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We Are Not Invisible

By Sarita Ramirez Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. One of the biggest things I’ve learned in my life, and as I continue in this career path of media, is that we are not invisible, no matter how many times

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Uncovering Homophobia

Regardless of the recent outpour of positive LGBT media exposure, homophobia is still prevalent in many areas of the nation and the world. When we speak of homophobia, we tend to picture extreme southern religious groups holding up signs stating, “God

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I Am The Human Experience: Clayton Maderia

By Clayton Maderia “I Am – Two of the most powerful words; for what you put after them shapes your reality.” I am a gay man, but first and foremost, I am a human being. Eleven years ago, when I

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I Am The Human Experience: Linda Kay Silva

Linda Kay Silva: Author, Professor and Inspiration Written by Jaime Konzelman I am an American, African, World, British Lit and modern Epic Fantasy professor at an American Military University. I am a Harley rider and a writer of three series:

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T.H.E. Photo Campaign

Over the past few days you may have noticed some amazing photos such as these over T.H.E Facebook!  Twitter and Pinterest! These are T.H.E team members’ photo portrayals of their Human Experience and now comes the chance for YOU to join in! It’s quiet

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