Tag Archives: Discrimination

Of Dolmas and Deities

In the United States, we see an array of personas on television, from religious leaders to talk show hosts who spout on and on about sex, to homosexual men like Nate Berkus who give decoration and cooking tips. All of … Continue reading

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White Washed

I’ve noticed that in the mainstream realm of gay men in the United States, there seems to be this unspoken “ideal” for the gay man and a prejudice which follows for those who differ from the ideal. Who is the … Continue reading

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Hi, my name is ________. And I’m a Second Class Citizen.

Yup, that’s what my name tag reads. Why you ask? When trying to go out with friends and meet new guys, I’m pressured into going to a bar specifically for Gays, because my straight compatriots can’t stand the sight of … Continue reading

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It’s such a strong word. And yet we use it so frequently. I hate broccoli. I hate running. I hate chic flicks. I hate cats! So is it any surprise that we use it also so frequently on people? I … Continue reading

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