As someone who has always passed as a straight man, I’ve never experienced explicit homophobia directed specifically at me. But that doesn’t mean that I’ve never been the recipient of homophobia as a closeted queer person.
Last month, Lethbridge city council passed first reading of Bylaw 6228, which would prohibit the business practice of conversion therapy. Second reading was scheduled to occur on Monday. Blaine Hyggen and Joe Mauro want to delay it.
Pride should be more than an act of inclusivity; it should be an act of solidarity.
Lethbridge City Council approved first reading Monday their new conversion therapy bylaw by a vote of 7–2.
Canadian Blood Services has a 3-month waiting period for men to donate blood if they’ve had sex with another man. It’s a policy based in homophobia. Here’s why.
In February, Lethbridge City Council passed a resolution to have administration to draft a bylaw regarding conversion therapy.
Yesterday, Leela Aheer, the minister of culture, multiculturalism, and status of women issued the following statement on Pride Month.
I’m kind of straight. Mostly straight. But not just straight.
When you make fun of a marginalized group, you disrespect those who belong to that group, even if you didn’t direct your comments to those specific people.
An adult asked our 10yo about the flag on their back and the flags on their cheeks. When they explained pansexuality and transgender, the adult responded with something like, “Aren’t you a bit too young to decide something like that?”