Archive for April, 2007
  • Her name is too GAY!!
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    Posted April 30th, 2007 at 9:10 pm
    Gay too gay for Telecom NZ By staff reporters April 30, 2007 12:00 Article from: The Daily Telegraph A WOMAN'S email to the help desk of Telecom New Zealand was rejected by a computer system because her name was Gay and "inappropriate for business-like communication". Gay Hamilton, from the northern South Island town of Nelson, said while she was actually gay, she was concerned that the country's biggest public company was spending its time and resources on trifling issues, the Herald on Su...
  • Gay film pulled from Singapore film fest
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    Posted April 30th, 2007 at 3:59 am
    Gay film pulled from Singapore film fest SINGAPORE (AP) -- A Singaporean movie about a homosexual relationship between a teacher and his 18-year-old student has been pulled from a local film festival after government censors said sex scenes from the film had to be cut. Organizers of the Singapore International Film Festival and producers of "Solos" said Monday the film would be withdrawn from public screening in line with the festival's policy of only showing uncensored films. The festival opene...
  • Latino USA is Latino Queer this week!!
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    Posted April 30th, 2007 at 12:06 am
    Check out Latino USA. This weeks, April 21, 2007, three radio features are Latino Queer: Note: Lation USA's Radio Programs are in English NEWS Latino USA's Maria Hinojosa and Univision's Maria Elena Salinas speak about news issues of the week affecting the Latino community. 1.) GAY ISSUES IN LATINO COMMUNITY "Maria speaks with Evette Cardona, cofounder of Chicago's Amigas Latinas and Jesus Ortega, Director of Community Organizing for ALLGO, a Texas statewide Queer People of Color organization, ...
  • Dallas’ Latina Lesbian Sheriff in the news: “Dallas County Sheriff vents frustration about relentless criticism”
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    Posted April 28th, 2007 at 5:15 pm
    Dallas County Sheriff vents frustration about relentless criticism By Tammye Nash Senior Editor Apr 26, 2007, 21:43 Dallas Voice Valdez initiates interview in attempt to set record straight about her job performance; claims Dallas Morning News is skewing coverage Lupe Valdez Voters’ distrust of everything connected to longtime Republican Sheriff Jim Bowle’s administration and the widespread fear of “business as usual” helped sweep Lupe Valdez into office in 2004, making her the first wo...
  • Fort Worth: Transgender teen accuses school of discrimination
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    Posted April 28th, 2007 at 5:01 pm
    Eastern Hills High School sophomore Rodney Evans says he has been punished by school officials numerous times for dressing as a girl, which he began doing when he was a freshman. 'I can't be who I am. They basically stripped me of who I am,' he said. Hey this guy is brave for only being 15-years old. I think he could give lessons on coming OUT. The fight continues ... Transgender teen accuses school of discrimination FW ISD: Suspension was for cross-dressing, not foul language, he says Saturda...
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