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Quote Of The Day – Cristina Kirchner

“Today is a day of tremendous reparation. Today we do not shout for liberation but instead we shout for equality, which is just as important as freedom. I do not want to use a word that bothers me greatly: Tolerance. No. I do not believe in ‘tolerance’. To tolerate is to say I’ll allow you to be because I have ...

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Anti-Gay NY Senator Ruben Diaz Endorses Birther For Dominican Presidency

New York state Sen. Ruben Diaz, who has twice led massive anti-gay hate rallies through New York City, sat and roared with laughter as a Dominican presidential candidate Hipolito Mejia declared that President Obama was born in Africa. Diaz has endorsed Mejia because he has vowed to thwart LGBT rights in the Dominican Republic. Andres Duque has more at Blabbeando: ...

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Two Great Rights Clips From Argentina

(Via – Blabbeando)

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Friendly Voices – Jennifer Lopez

“It’s OK to be out. I do think it is. I do think it’s acceptable for people to be who they are. I am a huge advocate of that. In that sense, that’s the only way we can truly love ourselves, it’s by accepting who we are and letting everybody know who we are. So, I’m very proud – you ...

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Gay Culture Watch: Glee Airs In Cuba

Dubbed or subtitled episodes of Glee routinely air in Latin America, but in what some say signals the continuing expansion of respect and rights in Cuba, a state-run television channel has now added the show. Over at Blabbeando, Andres Duque translates one local review: What draws our attention is how the series treats the case of Kurt, an extremely effeminate ...

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Ugly Betty’s Ana Ortiz To Sen. Diaz:
You Do Not Represent Latinos!

Ugly Betty’s Ana Ortiz rocked the house yesterday with her admonition to Sen. Ruben Diaz: “Mr. Diaz: You do not represent the voice of Latinos! Absolutely not! Not in our name!” Go to Andres Duque’s excellent Blabbeando for extensive coverage of both the anti and pro-gay rallies, including many videos.

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