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sexta-feira, Dezembro 28, 2007

[Canada] [News/Healthcare/Science]
Information black hole on trans men's health risks
With little known, health centres still putting up barriers

[USA]
Roller Coaster Ride: 2007 Trans Year In Review
From a transgender perspective, 2007 was a year with a lot of peaks and valleys. The entertainment field, in particular, witnessed many accomplishments but the community as a whole was tested with some significant blows.

[USA]
Year in review: Gay issues languish in Congress
Political expectations were high at the start of the year. With Democrats in control of both Houses of Congress, after more than a decade under Republican majorities, now was the time to move the LGBT legislative agenda forward. But the year ended with little to show and growing frustration, even bitterness, within the community.

[ME,USA] [Editorial]
Christian priorities
At a time when the state is cutting back assistance to the elderly, children and the poor, you might reasonably assume that the Christian Civic League of Maine would have larger concerns than the bathroom practices of an elementary school student. You'd be wrong.
Bangor Daily News is Obsessed with Sex
The Bangor Daily News officially piled on today in their editorial.
Even Christians who have long supported the League read poison like this editorial and wonder if the League is being irresponsible. Allow me to reassure you, dear Christian reader, the League IS being responsible <http://www.cclmaine .org/PDF_ Files/LeagueMela nsonPressComment s.pdf>

[USA] [News/Commentary]
2007: The year that should have been better
Perhaps the most apropos metaphor for how lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders fared in 2007 happened in October when Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling announced that the mightiest wizard in her children's best-sellers, Albus Dumbledore, was gay.