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Wow! Very interesting video. I've never heard anything like that before. It's a beautiful theory. It even made me cry.
Just throwing this out for your reading pleasure:
An Increasing Number of Adults in the U.S. Identify As LGBT
Related to Don the Con's pick for Secretary of Education, known to be hostile to the whole idea of public schools:
What Trump Really Means When He Talks About "Government Schools" (Mother Jones)
(good discussion of framing in the service of "free-market-trumps-all" (so to speak), "I've got mine, screw you" right-wingers.)
I would love to attend that dance party. I so love when the trolls get trolled. LOL
[Progressive Secular Humanist]
Activists Host ‘Queer Dance Party’ Outside Mike Pence’s House
Daniel, that's oranges and apples.
I agree, Carl. We should be as nice to the orange guy as they were to the black guy.
Oh, and to those people who have exclaimed that Trump's not even in office yet and to wait and see what happens...I say, Puleeeze!! Really?! Get real.
Like I've been saying to my family, friends, and acquaintances...there's absolutely NOTHING good about any aspect of a Trump administration. This really is a dire situation.
Betsy DeVos, Trump’s Education Pick, Could Make Life Hell for LGBT Youth
Senators must ask if a socially conservative crusader intends to protect gay and transgender students. Lives are at stake.
DeVos’s stance on LGBT rights is not known—she has declined to comment ahead of the confirmation hearings—but there are, to put it mildly, reasons for concern. The DeVos family has been the primary funder of some of the most anti-LGBT organizations in the country, to the tune of more than $200 million. Her father-in-law, Richard DeVos, was one of the first mega-funders of the Christian right in the 1970s, and his foundation is now a fixture at The Gathering, the Woodstock of Christian right funders, and a major funder of Focus on the Family. The DeVos Center for Religion and Society at the Heritage Foundation has promoted a quasi-theocratic worldview. And Betsy DeVos’s father, Edgar Prince, was a founder of the Family Research Council.
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