Week of October 20, 2014
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Reading A Positive View of LGBTQ (Ellen D.B. Riggle and Sharon S. Rostosky) and Living Out Islam (Scott Siraj al-Haqq Kugle), Queer Life & Literature Commentator Janet Mason finds that identity is an ongoing process for everyone.
Brooklyn, New York-based Black/Trans/Queer/Rowdy-as-Hell Poet J Mase III has some worthwhile words for shaky supporters with #AllyFail.
And in NewsWrap: Roman Catholic bishops pull proposed pastoral LGBT welcome mat, Kyrgyzstan continues down repressive road, Palau decriminalizes gay sex, same-gender Scots plan New Year's Eve weddings, marriage equality continues marching across the U.S., Taiwanese scientists christen a diversity poster-snail, and more news reported this week by Natalie Peoples and Michael LeBeau (produced by Steve Pride).
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