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The media portrayal of LGBT people refers to the varying and evolving ways in which the media depicts or portrays the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. The acronym LGBT is commonly used in North America and other English-speaking countries; it attempts to include all sexual orientations and variations represented in shorthand. Although the acronym originated in North America, media representation of the LGBT community may be examined on a global scale, with varying degrees of tolerance.

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Gay sex is no longer as widely criminalized as it used to be, but a total of 72 nations still have laws against it. That was the year when the global rights group began documenting the laws that are used to persecute LGBT people. Indonesiawhere a large province and some cities outlaw homosexual acts.

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Tweets, memes, gifs, and status updates about the topic have circulated at such an ass-tronomical rate that even three days later KanyeAnalPlaylist was still trending. Not because her tweet is homophobic, as some white bloggers have said to reinforce racist stereotypes of the Black community as homophobic, but the tweet is problematic for other reasons. The tweet is not homophobic in itself; saying that a guy misses ass play is not homophobic!

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Second, I hope that you remember that nothing we either love or hate just drops from the sky or rises from the ground. Everything comes from somewhere. Everything has a history.

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As a homosexual man of British-Caribbean decent, I have struggled my entire life to satisfy the expectations of the black community, while still staying true to my gay self. Growing up I often questioned my sexuality; although I recognised and accepted my attraction to men, I knew from a young age, that there would come a time when my parents would discover I was gay, and that this would be a significant and extremely difficult moment in my life. What I knew of gay culture, growing up, came from homosexual characters featured in British television sitcoms.

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For soon-to-marry couple Dominic Spence and Nick Gilyard, Instagram has become a place where together they show others what a young, black, queer relationship looks like. Their photo and story of growing up in South Florida and knowing each other for many years before dating became one of the most popular posts with 17, likes in the past week. We went to different high schools but they were close in proximity, so we had a lot of mutual friends.

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Comprehensive Annenberg Report on Diversity in Entertainmentrespectively are the results of painstaking tabulation and analysis. Like any measure they are not perfect, but they do provide insight into media representation trends. This season marks the 20th year GLAAD has tracked the presence of LGBT characters on television by calculating their numbers in scripted primetime programs across both broadcast and cable networks.

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Decades ago, political theorist Cathy Cohen reflected on the meaning and possibilities of coalition among groups as diverse as gay men and single mothers. This article focuses on Black women's fertility struggles as they navigate controlling images and the Black fertility mandate. I compare accounts of how celebrities and non-celebrities have discussed making families through reproductive technology, and whether we can read these narratives as attempting to redefine and even 'queer' family.

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Patrick Shrout Professor of Psychologyand Crystal Clarke Doctoral candidate, NYU Psychologyexamines how African American, Black immigrant, and White youth in New York City potentially differ in their assessment of police in terms of threat, security, trust in the police, and identification with the police. Their interdisciplinary research team received an IHDSC Seed Award in Spring to study the psychological and physiological responses of young Black males age 14 — 22 to the police and evaluate how participants assess the police explicitly and implicitly. Shrout and Crystal Clarke about their ongoing project. In working with Pat and in trying to conceive of an idea of how to approach it in a psychological way, we started talking about identity.

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