Post Tagged with: "WHOF"

by / on May 30, 2012 at 9:30 am / in Culture, Media, Society

Bystanders and Bullies: Using and Abusing Personal Power

As I think back on that time, I can find a way to feel sorry for Jared. Over the years since, I’ve learned that many bullies were themselves bullied or abused by parents, older siblings, or other authority figures.

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by / on May 12, 2012 at 8:56 am / in Culture, Prejudice, Sexuality, Society

The Gay Holocaust

WE MUST NEVER FORGET!

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by / on May 3, 2012 at 10:49 am / in Culture, Education, Gender, Philosophy, Relationships, Sexuality, Society

Gay Myths Busted

In fact, the same study found that gay couples tend to be better at resolving conflict and encouraging positive emotions.

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by / on April 24, 2012 at 12:22 pm / in Culture, Editorials, Education, Gender, Philosophy, Sexuality, Society

To My 7th Grade Self…

Maybe there’s something to this.  Last week, I did a bit of “time-traveling”.  Almost simultaneously, there was a powerful video released called “To My 7th Grade Self”.  Brilliant idea!  If only we could. Our collective minds were in the same place.  Telling my 7th grade self to get it together and move on would be a life-changing event.  I know that, now. […]

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by / on April 2, 2012 at 2:11 pm / in Current Events, Editorials, Facebook Fan pages, Miscellaneous, News, Prejudice, Relationships, Sexuality, Society, Spirituality

WHOF: Wipeout Homophobia on Facebook

By: Thomas Drendil WHOF’s mission: To make everyone equal, because equal rights aren’t equal until everyone has them! Since 2010, Wipeout Homophobia on Facebook (WHOF), with a simple yet powerful message and virtual platform, has been combating the negative imagery that many gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals have to deal with on a daily basis from ignorant, uninformed and […]

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by / on April 2, 2012 at 10:36 am / in Country, Culture, Education, Gender, Parenting, Politics, Prejudice, Relationships, Sexuality, Society, The Pen Prostitute, Uncategorized

Part III Emily Loves Annie

Immediately their wedding photo popped up on the screen. It was taken by Paul. He caught them just as they had mushed cake all over each others faces. They were so…happy.

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by / on March 23, 2012 at 10:18 am / in Gender, Philosophy, Relationships, Sexuality, The Pen Prostitute

Part II Emily Paints Faces

Editor’s Note: Here’s the title and link to part 1 of Emily’s story —>  ‘Happy‘ It had been six months since Emily had been found on the doorstep of Pula’s Funeral Home.  True to his word Paul had set her up with a job as his make up artist.  The  last one had finally quit after getting pregnant because she could […]

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by / on March 22, 2012 at 12:55 pm / in Editorials, Facebook Fan pages, Media, Society

Why It Matters To Me

Editors note: Ron Kemp is a blogger @ Enough is Enough and is featured as Wipeout Homophobia on Facebook‘s ‘Guest Writer of the Month’ for April, 2012. By Ron Kemp Twelve years old.  I’m on vacation in a little rural city named Portsmouth, VA.  My aunt, with whom I was spending the summer, prearranged with her friend and neighbor to […]

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by / on March 16, 2012 at 12:30 am / in Art, Body, Culture, Dysfunctional family dynamics, Entertainment, Gender, Prejudice, Psychology, Relationships, Sexuality, Society, The Pen Prostitute, Uncategorized

Happy

Emily hugged her knees to her chest a little tighter.  It was going on eleven pm. Eight hours, it was her mantra. In eight hours the sun would crack through the March sky and give her some relief, some warmth and some safety.  She hated the night time with a passion.  Eight, eight, eight, she hummed to herself rocking a […]

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by / on March 15, 2012 at 9:44 pm / in Britain/England/UK, Current Events, Gender, Media, Petitions & Organizing, Relationships, Sexuality, Society

Supporting Diversity Role Models

By Ron Kemp This is getting good.  Lately, there’s been more “good news” stories to write about than the heavy alternate.  I like that. In the U.K., there’s an organization called Diversity Role Models.  Their mission is to do just that:  provide role models for LGBT teens in an effort to help combat bullying and avoid attempted suicides. The movement […]

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