Editorial

Editorial

Maya Jafer

In the 10 years it took me to become a U.S. citizen, I faced financial hardship, dozens of interviews, and lived in constant fear of deportation. Despite being a highly skilled, in-demand worker as a doctor, the process was nothing short of painful. ...
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The fashion industry along with makeup is changing consistently with new trends being introduced and changing before the blink of an eye. ...
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National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance

Canceling DACA puts the lives of 800,000 undocumented young people at risk of deportation. NQAPIA demands a clean DREAM Act without any enforcement provisions. ...
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Instagram: We're continuing to provide mental health resources to you when you need them most. If you see someone going through a difficult time or in need of support during a live broadcast, you can report it anonymously. ...
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More and more LGBT community members are entering the field of public administration, either as a civil servant or as a community leader. The majority of them also play critical roles in nonprofit organizations and local movements. ...
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People are talking about LGBT issues because there has been more activism on both sides and politicians generally follow the status quo. ...
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These facts are more likely to raise questions rather than give answers. They show how complex and multifaceted human nature truly is for all. ...
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While it certainly isn’t advisable to spend the first date, or even the first few months of your newfound relationship relentlessly discussing details of the past, it doesn’t hurt to drop in a little context. ...
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Maintaining a tradition of issuing cases impacting the LGBTQ community on June 26, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Pavan v. Smith, upholding the requirement outlined in Obergefell (the case that banned marriage discrimination based on sexual orientation/gender) that birth and death certificates reflect the same-sex spouse. ...
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Anne-christine d’Adesky in her element, at a San Francisco protest. (Photo: Juno Rosenhaus)

Exhausted from years of activism with ACT UP and The Lesbian Avengers, an organization she co-founded, d’Adesky took a break in Paris to reflect on her life while becoming entranced with long walks along the Seine River. ...
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