Category Archives: LGBT History

There is a Movement

  There is a movement in the international community to respond to the crackdown in Egypt and in other countries against LGBT individuals. Governments in Egypt, Russia, and many countries where the ultra-conservative theologically based rhetoric or socially conservative ideology … Continue reading

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First Transgender Mass in Cuba

First Transgender Mass in Cuba From Reuters news media, a story about a transgender priest conducting her first Mass in Communist Cuba.   By Sarah Marsh and Anett Rios | MATANZAS, Cuba MATANZAS, Cuba For decades belonging to a religion … Continue reading

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Thoghts of the Day — July 3rd, 2016

“You are normal. You are not a creation of the modern age. Your identity is not a ‘trend’ or a ‘fad’… Chances are you don’t even know that you are holy, or royal, or magic, but you are. You are … Continue reading

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