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Ten Animals that Engage in Homosexual Acts

Scientific research is spotting a surprising range of animals that engage in same-sex relationships. In this mind-expanding list, we will look at the “Lesbian Albatrosses” of Hawaii; male dolphins who keep boyfriends; and sam-sex seagull couples who adopt young to raise together. In the animal world, big surprises always await us: No. 10 Rams We are often told to count …

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Rainbow Flag: Meaning of Each Colour & Chakras

Colours like sounds produce different levels of energy. We often pick out a particular colour item to wear according to our moods. Music with its different notes produces a variety of energies. Many healers identify with the chakras which are different energy places in our body and each is assigned a cooler. Read about the colours of the Rainbow flag. …

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LGBTI Life in Afghanistan: Gradually Improving?

In 2012, Nemat Sadat, a former professor of political science at American University of Afghanistan mobilized a LGBT movement and on August 22, 2013, he became the first public figure to come out as gay and campaigned for gender freedom and sexual liberation. There does not seem to be much internet information on improvements since then, but I would think …

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Homophobic Lies 101: Do The Research!

People make a choice to be gay. If you know any/many GLBT people and you have listened to them, you would not entertain this statement as true. This is a pivotal statement used by anti-gay groups all the time. It is simple and it is powerful. Here is why. If being GLBT is a choice, then it is a conduct. …

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Homosexuals Avoid These Death Penalty Countries!

Many of us live to travel, but we should be extremely careful of countries that have the death penalties for lesbians and gays. Here are the 10 countries where homosexuality may be punishable by death: Yemen: According to the 1994 penal code, married men can be sentenced to death by stoning for homosexual intercourse. Unmarried men face whipping or one …

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