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North Dakota Set to Pass Most Anti-LGBTQ Legislation in the Country

North Dakota is set to pass more anti-LGBTQ legislation this year than any other state in the US. Governor Doug Burgum has already signed eight bills into law that discriminate against LGBTQ+ people, and several more are advancing through the legislative process. The latest bill, HB 1473, prohibits transgender individuals from using restrooms and other facilities consistent with their gender identity in certain settings.

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Nebraska State Senator Megan Hunt Investigated for Conflict of Interest Amid Trans Rights Fight

Nebraska State Senator Megan Hunt is being investigated for a potential conflict of interest after she voted against a bill that would ban gender-affirming healthcare for minors, including her own transgender child. Despite the investigation, Hunt has been vocal about her support for trans rights and has been fighting against anti-LGBTQ+ legislation in Nebraska.

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The Harm of “Agree to Disagree”: Why LGBTQ+ Youth Need More than Tolerance

When you refuse to accept your LGBTQ+ child or grandchild, you are not just disagreeing with them. You are denying them their basic human right to be who they are. You are telling them that they are not worthy of love and respect simply because of who they love or how they identify. And when you cling to the “agree to disagree” mindset, you are actively choosing to prioritize your own discomfort or disapproval over your child or grandchild’s well-being.

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Fighting Back Against Transphobia and Disinformation Campaigns: The Urgent Need for Education and Awareness

Join the fight against disinformation and transphobia by educating yourself and others, supporting transgender individuals facing discrimination, and holding those responsible accountable. Let’s work towards a more just and equitable world for everyone.

“Until we all can stand together, we will continue to be picked off one by one.” – Harvey Milk

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Cancel Culture and Conservative Boycotts: A Look at the Historical Similarities

Cancel Culture has been a buzzword for some time now, describing the act of boycotting or publicly shaming individuals or companies for controversial actions or statements they have made. However, this is not a new phenomenon. Similar boycotts were seen in the 80’s and 90’s, particularly by conservative groups who boycotted companies like Disney. In this article, we explore the similarities between these conservative boycotts and Cancel Culture and why it is important to understand the historical context of these movements.

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How Tabloid Talk Shows in the 80s, 90s, and Early 2000s Contributed to the Poor Representation of Transgender Individuals

Tabloid talk shows were a staple of daytime television in the United States, but they also had a dark side. They perpetuated negative stereotypes about transgender individuals and contributed to a climate of fear and misunderstanding that made it difficult for this community to advocate for their rights. This article explores how these shows contributed to the marginalization of transgender individuals and the impact it has had on the trans community at large.

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The Dangerous Spread of Transphobia and TERF Ideology: Why J.K. Rowling’s Views Matter

Transphobia and Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminism (TERF) are harmful and dangerous belief systems that deny the humanity and basic rights of transgender individuals. J.K. Rowling, a prominent author with a significant platform, has been accused of promoting these harmful ideologies. In this post, we examine the dangers of transphobia and TERF ideology, and the role that J.K. Rowling’s views play in perpetuating them.

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