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(December 1, 1976 – October 12, 1998) Mathew Shepard died on October 12th, 1998 at Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado – six days after a homophobic attack that took place on October 6th, 1998 – and left to die at Laramie, with heavy brain injuries in Wyoming, U.S.A. His injuries were so… Continue reading Remembering Matthew Shepard
By @_AlexandraClare Pronouns are some of the most commonly-used words both in literature and conversation. They are defined as a word that replaces a noun, used to avoid repetition – I recommended a book to my friend because I thought she would enjoy it. We assimilate the sense without caring that the order of the elements… Continue reading Call me by my pronoun
For Nigerians (or Africans), it can be difficult to understand the concept of LGBT pride as some western countries see it
Interviewed by @pridematters1 Hello Max, Thanks for doing this interview with me. Firstly tell me about yourself and how you personally identity. Hi Darren. It’s my pleasure! Thank YOU for setting this interview up. I was born and raised in Tampa, Florida. My mom is a marriage and family therapist and my dad is an… Continue reading Interview with the creator of a non binary film.
By @pridematters1 There is a disease out there, like no other! It doesn’t require doctors to find a cure, but huminaty to implement the cure that they have inside. It alienates its ‘targets’, changing their lives, destroying their existence and sometimes killing them. There is a cure. The government’s who have recognised the disease have… Continue reading Are you carrying the cure or the disease?
By @owentomasini Growing up I always felt different than everyone. I dressed like a boy, I acted like a boy, but I was born a girl. My family called me a tom-boy, and I thought that’s why I never felt right in girl clothes, or felt like I wasn’t like all my friends that were girls. The… Continue reading Owen’s Story: The need to be me.