The New York Times is asking the LGBTQ community a few questions about the priorities and challenges facing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans. Take a few moments to share your thoughts and the NYT will publish a selection of responses this month.
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Love Your Labels is a movement that is meant to celebrate diversity, dismantle activities that suppress equality for all, and inspire young people and others to live as their truest selves. The group invites everyone to share their story and help build a community that “embraces individuality through the labels we choose for ourselves and to stand together to affect change.”
This week’s Saturday morning coffee is inspired by this photo of Massachusetts native, Joe Putignano, who now lives in NYC where he tends bar, is a personal trainer and more. His contortions and sexy photos (like this one) make for an interesting Instagram account to follow.
Pride is much more than parties and parades. What I think some people fail to recognize is in the face of hostility, legislated discrimination and violence, focusing on love and celebrating that love can be a far more effective tonic than channeling negative emotions. That is why Pride is and always will be at its core a political message: We’re here and we’re not going anywhere. #KillTheCloset