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shelves that looks like the LGBT flag / Une idée qui a super marché

THE ORIGINAL? COOP Supermarkets Coming out day – 2017 “Be proud of your shelf” (Click image to enlarge) Watch the case study video Source : Behance Agency : Young & Rubicam (Italy) LESS ORIGINAL Exito Supermarkets Pride Day – 2020 “Prouducts” #ExitoPride (Click image to enlarge) Watch the case study video Source : Behance Agency : Sancho BBDO (Colombia) [Author: Joe La Pompe]
Tags: Kitchen, Lgbt, Advertising, Colombia, Gay, Furniture, Retailers, Gays, Rainbow, Gondolas, Shelf, Sancho, Young Rubicam, LGTB, Tolerance, Joe La Pompe


‘Equal’ Trailer: HBO Max Docuseries Highlights the Unsung Heroes of the LGBTQ+ Rights Movement

HBO Max is churning out some quality documentaries and docuseries, the latest of which highlights the unsung heroes of the LGBTQ+ rights movement. Equal, which comes from executive producers Greg Berlanti (Love, Simon) and Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory), is a new four-part docuseries that chronicles this unknown time in the LGBTQ+ movement through a mixture of archival footage and recreations from a star-studded cast that includes Samira Wiley, Cheyenne Jackson, Anthony Rapp, and more. Watch...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Documentary, Lgbt, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Gay, Jim Parsons, Stonewall, Mattachine Society, Billy Porter, Equal, Compton Cafeteria, Greg Berlanti Love Simon


Hate speech and LGBTI rights: perspectives from the Jon Qwelane case

South Africa has an obligation to prohibit hate speech under international law, including against LGBTI persons. But now the Constitutional Court has to decide whether the hate speech provision is constitutional The post Hate speech and LGBTI rights: perspectives from the Jon Qwelane case appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Opinion, Lgbt, South Africa, Hate Speech, Constitutional Court, LGBTI, Jon Qwelane, John Qwelane, Lgbtqi+ Hate Crime


The Trevor Project adds new anti-suicide clothes in Animal Crossing

The Trevor Project, an anti-suicide organization for LGBTQ+ youth, has released a set of clothing to raise awareness about the issue of suicide.
Tags: Gaming, News, Lgbt, Trends, Trevor Project, The Trevor Project, Animal Crossing, Animal Crossing (video game


Trump releases new list of potential Supreme Court nominees

With just under two months remaining before the 2020 presidential election, President Donald Trump on Wednesday released a new list of potential Supreme Court nominees – his fourth such list since 2016. The announcement of the new list fulfilled a promise that the president made in a tweet in June, when Trump pledged not only to publish a “new list of Conservative Supreme Court Justice nominees” but also to fill any future vacancies on the court from that list. In a news conference at the White ...
Tags: Texas, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Obama, Washington, Mexico, White House, Lgbt, Court, United States, Ronald Reagan, Department Of Justice, Donald Trump, George W Bush, Paul Clement


Study analyzes the relationship between pets and their young LGBTQ owners

Since 2018, an ongoing study at the VCU School of Social Work has been analyzing the way pets impact the lives of young LGBTQ individuals. From animal-assisted therapy practices to having therapy dogs in schools to reduce anxiety, there are many mental health benefits to animal-human interactions.While the majority of current research is being focused on people who are not discriminated against or marginalized by society, this specific study could bring more clarity to how pets positively and ne...
Tags: Psychology, Identity, Relationships, Lgbt, Youth, Happiness, Mental Health, Transgender, Innovation, Community, Emotions, Personal Growth, McDonald, Ryan, Richards, Caroline Richards


Male Teacher Arrested for Hiding Camera in Men’s Bath

Another underhanded educator has been caught exercising his hobby of stealth surveillance as a 33-year-old male teacher was recently arrested for planting a camera in a public bath for men. Hiding the camera within a locker of the men’s dressing room at sento bath Tatsunoyu in Hyogo prefecture, shameless criminal Daiki Takaoka admitted to his […]
Tags: Japan, Crime, Lgbt, Cameras, Teachers, Voyeurism, Anime, Bathing, Hyogo, Tatsunoyu, Daiki Takaoka


Mexico City just outlawed gay conversion therapy. These cities have not

Mexico City has just issued a ban protecting its citizens from "conversion therapy.""Conversion therapy" is a loose term covering a wide variety of "treatments" which claim to alter a person's sexuality. With the law, Mexico City joins a small club of countries, provinces, and municipalities with such a law. In a win for LGBT+ individuals, the regional congress of Mexico City passed legislation banning conversion therapy throughout its jurisdiction. The vote took place virtually due to the curre...
Tags: Psychology, UK, News, Minnesota, Supreme Court, Law, Mexico, Lgbt, India, United States, NHS, United Kingdom, Mexico City, Innovation, United Nations, Civil Rights


Journalist Attempts to Cancel Ero-Artist for “Anti-Semitic Comments”

Western ero-artist Marmalade Mum found herself on the wrong side of social justice as a Daily Dot journalist attempted to cancel her for possessing the wrong political viewpoints. Ana Valens of the Daily Dot published a hit piece on Marmalade Mum after the artist was found mocking two of her Patrons (on Patreon) for opting […]
Tags: Politics, Internet, Lgbt, International, Artists, Anime, Ana Valens


Swery65 Confused as Outrage Mob Still Attacks Him Despite Changing DP 2

Despite bending over backwards for the rotten trans contingent, Deadly Premonition 2 Director Swery65 was aghast and confused at how hate was still being slung his way after correcting the “mistake that offended trans people” in the game; the Japanese man being blissfully unaware that such snowflakes only care about putting mental illness on a […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Internet, Lgbt, Censorship, Anime, Deadly Premonition


Implementing Compromise

For the symposium on Andrew Koppelman, Gay Rights vs Religious Liberty? The Unnecessary Conflict (Oxford University Press, 2020). Douglas Laycock             1. Religious minorities and sexual minorities make essentially parallel claims on the larger society. They each say that some aspects of human identity are so important to each individual that government should not interfere without the most compelling reason. They might have been allies in the political and legal battle against enfo...
Tags: Supreme Court, Congress, Senate, Lgbt, University Of Virginia, Branding, Guest Blogger, Robert, Fulton, Clayton County, Oxford University Press, Andrew Koppelman, Employment Division, Douglas Laycock, Koppelman, Smith It


Too Much and Not Enough: A Commentary on Gay Rights vs. Religious Liberty? The Unnecessary Conflict by Andrew Koppelman

For the symposium on Andrew Koppelman, Gay Rights vs Religious Liberty? The Unnecessary Conflict (Oxford University Press, 2020).Nan D. Hunter Andy Koppelman’s book on the conflict between laws protecting Americans against discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity and objections to those laws by religious conservatives desperately searches for a principled spot in the middle of the road. Andy, a longtime ally on LGBT rights issues, argues that the conflict is unnecessary...
Tags: Supreme Court, Congress, White House, Massachusetts, Lgbt, Court, City, Philadelphia, Illinois, Branding, Andy, Guest Blogger, Fulton, Clayton County, Oxford University Press, Hodges


Deadly Premonition Director Apologizes & Will Alter a Scene Amidst Trans Outrage

Japanese video game director and writer Swery65, who was responsible for Deadly Premonition and its recently released sequel, caved to the outrage mob like so many other developers and apologized after being criticized for “deadnaming” a transgender character in Deadly Premonition 2. Crosshairs aligned over Hidetaka Suehiro after a journalist for USGamer gained traction via […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Internet, Lgbt, Censorship, Anime, Deadly Premonition, Hidetaka Suehiro


Urban Dictionary Now Dedicated to Battling Racism, Discrimination & Hate Speech

One of the world’s oldest online repositories for Internet slang and definitions, the Urban Dictionary, has made an announcement they will be rethinking and restructuring their website to better fight what they consider “hate speech”. Explanations of niche slang terms and Internet lingo were not Urban Dictionary’s only specialty, as it also found itself to […]
Tags: Politics, Lgbt, Censorship, International, Anime, Announcements, Dictionaries, Urban Dictionary


LGBTQ+ community sees spike in first-time depression in wake of coronavirus​

Anxiety and depression rates are spiking in the LGBTQ+ community, and especially in individuals who hadn't struggled with those issues in the past. Overall, depression increased by an average PHQ-9 score of 1.21 and anxiety increased by an average GAD-7 score of 3.11. The researchers recommended that health care providers check in with LGBTQ+ patients about stress and screen for mood and anxiety disorders—even among those with no prior history of anxiety or depression. In the midst of the COVID...
Tags: Lgbt, Mental Health, Depression, Anxiety, Innovation, Human Rights Campaign, Hanneman, Flentje, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID, Annesa Flentje, JGIM, Tari Hanneman


LGBT asylum seekers' claims routinely rejected in Europe and UK

Researchers found decision-makers did not consider claimants were at risk of persecution People seeking asylum in the UK and Europe on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity are routinely seeing their claims rejected because of a widespread “culture of disbelief” and an “impossible burden of proof”, researchers have said.Calling for a major overhaul of the way asylum systems treat LGBT+ claimants, the team from the University of Sussex said that across Europe, one in three were re...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, Human Rights, Germany, Lgbt, UK News, Immigration and asylum, Italy, Home Office, University of Sussex


Square Enix Shows True Colors With Pride Month Mascot

Square Enix has continued to potentially tarnish their reputation as the developer has designed a mascot for the now concluded Pride Month, a move that will hardly surprise those familiar with their breast-shrinking “ethics department“. Pride Month, a so-called celebration where snowflakes of the LGBTXYZ cult virtue signal about how proud they are of being […]
Tags: Games, Politics, Lgbt, Illustration, Anime, Announcements, Mascots, Square Enix


Real estate agent beaten by attackers using homophobic slurs

Keller Williams agent Christian Council was attacked early Saturday morning in Oklahoma City. He said the incident "felt like a hate crime" after the assailants allegedly used homophobic language.
Tags: Real Estate, Police, Lgbt, Radio, Agent, Oklahoma, Hate Crime, Gofundme, Industry News, Oklahoma City, Keller Williams, Christian Council, News Brief, Pride Month, Bobby Calmes


Life, Writing, and Real Talk with Roxane Gay

Roxane Gay is an award-winning pop culture powerhouse whose writing appears in Best American Mystery Stories 2014, Best American Short Stories 2012, Best Sex Writing 2012, A Public Space, McSweeney’s, Tin House, Oxford American, American Short Fiction, Virginia Quarterly Review, and many others. She is a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times. She is the author of the books Ayiti, An Untamed State, the New York Times bestselling Bad Feminist, the nationally bestselling Difficult Wome...
Tags: Photography, Podcast, Writing, Lgbt, America, Creativity, Racism, New York Times, Career Development, Creative Process, Roxane Gay, Wakanda, Roxane, New York Times She, chasejarvisLIVE, CreativeLive CreativeLive


KW agent fired after comparing LGBT people to murderers

Bobby Calmes described himself as "anti LGBTQ" in one of several Facebook posts Tuesday. His company fired him within an hour.
Tags: Facebook, Real Estate, Lgbt, Georgia, Bible, Radio, Agent, Pride, Industry News, Keller Williams, Brokerage, Select, News Brief, Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus, Andy Peters, Bobby Calmes


'The Roberts Court': U.S. chief justice cements pivotal role

Conservative U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts cemented his role as the Supreme Court's dominant figure by siding with the four liberal justices in a trio of major rulings this month including Monday's 5-4 decision striking down a restrictive Louisiana abortion law. Roberts, appointed in 2005 by Republican former President George W. Bush, also joined the liberals in a 6-3 decision on June 15 backing LGBT worker rights and a 5-4 ruling on June 18 thwarting President Donald Trump's bid to rescind p...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Lgbt, United States, Louisiana, Donald Trump, George W Bush, John Roberts, Roberts


More than £11k raised for stabbing victims' families

The LGBT+ group wants to help the families of the three men who died [Author: [email protected] (Hugh Fort)]
Tags: Lgbt, Hugh Fort, Reading & Berkshire News


It Cosmetics The Show Your Pride Blush Brush for Pride 2020

It Cosmetics The Show Your Pride Blush Brush for Pride 2020 has arrived. This is the first time It Cosmetics has joined the Pride parade of products launched for the month of June. This rainbow handle brush features a slanted head that fits the curves of cheeks to apply your favorite blushes or powders easily. The purchase of the It Cosmetics The Show Your Pride Blush Brush will support The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center in their mission to empower the LGBT community wi...
Tags: Lgbt, Beauty, Ulta, Lgbt Community, It Cosmetics, Summer Collections 2020


Covid-19 deepens the educational divide

With the closure of schools, learning has moved to online platforms across the world, but a UNESCO report said only 12% of households in the least-developed countries have internet access at home The post Covid-19 deepens the educational divide appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Ebola, Education, Lgbt, Unesco, Inequality, Sub Saharan Africa, Audrey Azoulay, Top Six, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Thursday round-up

Briefly: David Savage reports for the Los Angeles Times that “[t]he Supreme Court is nearing the end of its term and ready to release major decisions on abortion, religion and the separation of powers.” At Bloomberg Government, Andrew Kreighbaum and Erin Mulvaney report that “[t]ransgender students stand to gain leverage in lawsuits over access to bathrooms and participation in school sports following last week’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling on LGBT workers’ rights.” At the Cato Institute’s Cato a...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Lgbt, Bloomberg, Liberty, Department Of Homeland Security, University Of California, Los Angeles Times, Round-up, Lech, U S Supreme Court, Clayton County, Pacific Legal Foundation, David Savage, Regents, DACA


Watch: Beautiful Animated Music Video Short for Mashrou' Leila Song

"To those who haven't given up - love is resistance." Rock on with this Lebanese band! There is a beautiful animated music video made for the song "Radio Romance" by the pro-LGBT rock band Mashrou' Leila (aka مشروع ليلى‎ in Arabic). It was made by a Paris animation studio called Mathematic, and directed by a very talented animation filmmaker named Vladimir Mavounia-Kouka (aka "Vladimir MK"). This is not just a music video, the animated short film features a story as well. The story is about ...
Tags: Movies, Lgbt, Animation, Paris, Short Film, To Watch, Mashrou Leila, Mashrou Leila Song, Vladimir Mavounia Kouka, Vladimir MK


Reading attack victims praised as the 'loveliest people'

Family members, friends and town’s LGBT community mourn men killed in town parkThe victims killed in Saturday’s suspected terrorist attack were three friends who regularly socialised together and were described as “the kindest, most genuine, and most loveliest people in our community”.David Wails, a scientist, Joe Ritchie-Bennett, who moved from the US 15 years ago, and history teacher James Furlong were all members of the LGBT community. Ritchie-Bennett had suffered a tragedy of his own in 2014...
Tags: Lgbt, US, UK News, Ian, James Furlong, Joe Ritchie Bennett, Ritchie Bennett, David Wails


Solicitor General Noel Francisco announces departure from DOJ

After just under three years (and three Supreme Court terms) on the job, Noel Francisco announced today that he would step down as the solicitor general of the United States, effective July 3, 2020. In a to President Donald Trump, Francisco wrote that he planned “to return to the private sector and spend more time with” his family. In a statement, Attorney General William Barr described Francisco as a “principled and persuasive advocate” who “has represented the United States superbly before t...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Lgbt, Cnn, United States, Muslim, Department Of Justice, Francisco, Doj, Trump, Howe, Barr, Janus, Steve Vladeck, What's Happening Now


2 LGBT real estate groups emerge in the wake of NAGLREP chaos

The LGBTQ+ Real Estate Alliance and the Real Pride Network are products of people who recently fled the National Association of Gay and Lesbian Real Estate Professionals.
Tags: Lgbt, Radio, Agent, Industry News, Realogy, Select, RE/MAX, Robert Peterson, NAGLREP, Jeff Berger, National Association of Gay, Exp Realty, Sean Frank, Mainframe Real Estate, Coronavirus Pandemic, Gene Brake


LGBT Home-Buyers Are Getting Priced Out of Areas With Legal Protections From Discrimination

– Areas that offer laws against discrimination in housing come with a higher price tag, meaning LGBT buyers who can’t afford to live in those places must forego the protections. – The typical cost of buying a home in areas with explicit legal protections for the LGBT community is $328,575, about 63% more than areas with no protections. – Of those that have statewide non-discriminatory housing protections in place for LGBT buyers, Hawaii, the District of Columbia and California have the hig...
Tags: Utah, Real Estate, New York, News, Minnesota, Maryland, Supreme Court, Colorado, California, Washington, Oregon, Massachusetts, Lgbt, Los Angeles, Austin, Radio