FSoG On Danish Radio Speaking On Maaya 2
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FSoG On Danish Radio Speaking On Maaya 2

Sec 377 has been abolished and while the LGBT+ community celebrates its heart out the…

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Facebook Bans LGBT Content
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Facebook Bans LGBT Content

The advertisements all seemed innocuous at a glance. But they were all blocked by Facebook. A…

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Romanians To Vote On Same-Sex Marriage Rights
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Romanians To Vote On Same-Sex Marriage Rights

Romanians will be asked this weekend whether they want to redefine marriage as only being…

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Tokyo: New Law Bars LGBT Discrimination
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Tokyo: New Law Bars LGBT Discrimination

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has passed a bill that prohibits discrimination on the basis of…

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6-Year-Old Children In London Made To Write LGBT Love Letters
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6-Year-Old Children In London Made To Write LGBT Love Letters

A British primary school was recently spotlighted by the BBC Radio Manchester, for making its students, some…

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UK Announces Vital Funding For LGBTI Inclusion
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UK Announces Vital Funding For LGBTI Inclusion

Last year, the UK government carried out a survey of LGBTI people in the UK,…

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Singaporeans Torn On LGBT Acceptance
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Singaporeans Torn On LGBT Acceptance

An article by Singaporean Professor Tommy Koh was disturbing not just for its conclusions but,…

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Queer Love: The Song Of Dusk
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Queer Love: The Song Of Dusk

      It’s Sunday afternoon and I watch a quarrel of sparrows around my…

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McBride & Dornsife:’Homecoming Royalty’
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McBride & Dornsife:’Homecoming Royalty’

Girlfriends Cecilia McBride and Story Dornsife were thrilled to be nominated for homecoming court by…

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Meet FSoG’s Founder: Shubham Mehrotra
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Meet FSoG’s Founder: Shubham Mehrotra

Shubham Mehrotra was already a pretty impressive person before she created the FSoG. It went on to…

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