HAPPY 33rd BIRTHDAY LADIES
The new exhibition of posters illustrates the means designers communicate the risks posed by HIV and AIDS to the public in countries across the world.
Correction! There are 97 and counting (yes colleges are adding new policies every semester so not all may be represented) colleges and universities with gender-inclusive housing. The list is provided by the Transgender Policy and Law Institute.
Here is a sneak peak but the full list and details are located in the link above.
Hendrix College (2011)
California Institute of Technology
Harvey Mudd College (2009)
Humboldt State University (2007)
Occidental College (2009)
Pitzer College (2007)
San Diego State University
Stanford University (2008)
University of California, Berkeley (2008)
University of California, Irvine (2009)
University of California, Riverside (2005)
University of California, San Diego
University of California, Santa Cruz (2009)
Colorado College (2004): open to all students
Connecticut College (2009)
University of Connecticut (2007)
Wesleyan University (2003)
Yale University (2010)
Emory University (2011)
Kennesaw State University (2012)
Lake Forest College (2009)
Northwestern University (2010)
University of Chicago (2009)
Grinnell College (2007)
Bowdoin College (2010)
Colby College (2011)
University of Southern Maine (2004)
Maryland and beyond can again be found at this link.
The Pride: Today’s LGBT Headlines (September 5th, 2013)
- The U.S. Agency for International Development has unveiled a new partnership to promote LGBT equality around the world.
- A coalition of LGBT organizations is calling on the media to better respect transgender identities, highlighting the poor handling of Chelsea Manning coming out.
- The Pennsylvania judge considering the case of the county clerk handing out same-sex marriage licenses has promised a quick ruling.
- Louisiana has joined Texas and Mississippi in denying same-sex spousal benefits to its National Guard members, but Alabama says it will follow the Pentagon’s policy even though it doesn’t recognize marriage equality.
- The California legislature has passed a law guaranteeing that LGBT seniors receive respectful elderly care.
- There was a very heated public forum last night in San Antonio, Texas, withmany nasty things said about a proposed LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance.
- Mayor R. T. Ryback of Minneapolis, Minnesota is inviting Illinois same-sex couples to come to his city to get married.
- The outgoing Olympics president admitted there’s nothing the International Olympic Committee can do to “have an influence on the sovereign affairs of a country.”
- A new poll finds strong support for marriage equality in Israel.
- Here are 62 active NFL players who have made LGBT-affirming statements.
- The authors of the Batwoman comics series are quitting because DC Comics wouldn’t let them portray the heroine’s same-sex marriage.
- A new platform called “Not All Like That” (NALT) will lift up the voices of LGBT-affirming Christians in hopes of countering stereotypes about Christianity being anti-gay. Here’s Dan Savage introducing the campaign: