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Marck Angel

Marck Angel Delivers Socially Conscious, Pop Album “Seraphim”

“Seraphim” – a derivative of the word “angel” – represents light, fire, ardor & passion. Pop/R&B singer-songwriter Marck Angel’s new LP, “SERAPHIM”, metaphorically delivers that meaning into a seamless, urban-pop symphony, delving into many social, political & cultural issues affecting our world today. The socially conscious, concept album, arced into 4 movements (loosely architected in classical symphony form), lyrically addresses …

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Lambda Legal

Lambda Legal

Founded in 1973, Lambda Legal is the oldest and largest national legal organization whose mission is to achieve full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and everyone living with HIV through impact litigation, education and public policy work. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, They do not charge Their clients for legal representation or advocacy, …

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Abu Nuwas

Abu Nuwas

Abu Nuwas, the first and foremost Islamic gay poet. Abu Nuwas, “Father of Curls,” so named for his long flowing hair that hung down to his shoulders, was the greatest Arab poet of his time, or as some claim, the greatest Arab poet of all time. His full name was Abu Nuwas al-Hasan ibn Hani al-Hakami. Abu Nuwas’s mother, Golban …

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Lesbian Couple

Lesbian Health

Lesbians have the greatest concentration of risk factors for this cancer of any subset of women in the world. Combine this with the fact that many lesbians over 40 do not get routine mammograms, do breast self-exams or have a clinical breast exam, and the cancer may not be diagnosed early when it is most curable. Lesbians have been shown …

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Breast Binding Safety

Breast Binding Safety

Layering, wrapping, compressing, binding is a process that many female-to-male transgender (FTM) people engage in to reduce the appearance of breasts. It involves the compression of chest tissue through a number of methods (such as layering sports bras, using commercially made breast binders, and wrapping ace bandages). In fact, one study of 1,800 FTM participants found that 51.5 percent reported …

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