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Delicious Queer recipies, especially the sweet rainbow, pink and other yummy stuff

Delicious Queer recipies, especially the sweet rainbow, pink and other yummy stuff

Same Violence, Different Challenges: Relationships and Dating Abuse in the LGBTQ Community | Break the Cycle

Same Violence, Different Challenges: Relationships and Dating Abuse in the LGBTQ Community | Break the Cycle

When I was young, I loved my parents so much that friends often said that I would never recover if they died. Today, they are gone, but they are still a part of my life every day. Love is enduring. I fell in love for the first time at 16 and shortly thereafter was rejected....Read More »

When I was young, I loved my parents so much that friends often said that I would never recover if they died. Today, they are gone, but they are still a part of my life every day. Love is enduring. I fell in love for the first time at 16 and shortly thereafter was rejected....Read More »

During the weekend, yet another hate crime occurred in the LGBTQ community when a mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida left 49 dead and 53 injured. Families and friends of LGBTQ communities across the world are still recovering from the...

During the weekend, yet another hate crime occurred in the LGBTQ community when a mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida left 49 dead and 53 injured. Families and friends of LGBTQ communities across the world are still recovering from the...

Join host Elisa Camahort Page and guests Heather Gold, Jenny Yang, and Luvvie Ajayi, as they discuss how humor can be a tool to raise social awareness and, ultimately, drive social change.  Show Notes:  Intro: A few words about the 06/12/16 attack on the LGBTQ Latinx community in Orlanda, FL.  Starts at 1:39: Interview with Heather Gold, comedian, storyteller, activist, BlogHer OG, and all-around bad-ass. (Heather is speaking at #BlogHer16.)  Starts at 9:39: Interview with Jenny Yang…

Join host Elisa Camahort Page and guests Heather Gold, Jenny Yang, and Luvvie Ajayi, as they discuss how humor can be a tool to raise social awareness and, ultimately, drive social change. Show Notes: Intro: A few words about the 06/12/16 attack on the LGBTQ Latinx community in Orlanda, FL. Starts at 1:39: Interview with Heather Gold, comedian, storyteller, activist, BlogHer OG, and all-around bad-ass. (Heather is speaking at #BlogHer16.) Starts at 9:39: Interview with Jenny Yang…

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