LGBTQ+ Rights are Human Rights But Ignorance, Religion, and Fear Attack Them

John Wallis Neosho (Missouri) Junior High School teacher

Missouri, Texas, Iowa, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia lead the attack on LGBTQ+ people of all ages and LGBTQ+ human and civil rights. John Wallis, a 22-year-old teacher of drama, speech, and world mythology at Neosho Junior High School, in southwest Missouri, hung the pride flag on a bookshelf, as well as a sign that read “in this classroom, EVERYONE is welcome” in order to let students know they could come to him for help. Following complaints from a few parents, Wallis had to resign from Neosho Junior High School after being told to not only take the flag down from his classroom but also to sign a letter promising not to discuss sexuality or gender with students. Wallis was employed at the school for less than a month before resigning (Wallis was hired August 13, and submitted his resignation on September 1, 2021) and on Twitter, explained his reasons for resigning.1 Wallis grew up in Neosho and attended the junior high school where he began to question his own sexuality–but did not come out as gay until his senior year in college. He asked for permission to put up the sign and pride flag when he met with his school’s principal and assistant principle. “I left that meeting with the understanding that they had advised against it but not instructed me not to,” Wallis said.2 Neosho has no mention of gender identity or sexual orientation in their non-discrimination policy.3 Mike Page responded:

There is support for Wallis by some–but not Missouri christian fascists

Wallis was not an isolated case. He was supported by antifascists and damned by fascist evangelicals and Republicanazis that have a hold on Missouri4 who had led the charge against 9/11 respondents in the House with Missouri Republicanazis Hartlzer and Graves voting NO  (it was led in the US Senate by Kentucky GOPig Senator Rand Paul).5 In the House the vote against 9/11 responders was led by the Republicanazis, including Mo Brooks who voted NO, although all but Rogers who refused to vote voting Yea on the passage vote,  of Alabama; Gosar, Biggs, and Schweikert of Arizona; Crawford, Hill, and Womack of Arkansas; McClintock, Nunes, Calvert, Hunter, and McCarthy of California, etc.; all Republicanazis of Colorado; Matt Gaetz, Webster, Bilirakis. Spano, Buchanan, Steube, Rooney, and Waltz of Florida; all Republicanazis representing Idaho; and white supremacist and Iowa’s Nazi6 Steve King.7 Republicans fought tooth and nail to stop 9/11 responders from extending their benefits.8 Republicanazis initially blocked all aid to 9/11 victims in the House.9 Republicanazis also voted against ending child marriage.10 Literally, child rape and marriage.11 They fought the violence against women act. DeVos fucked the ability for students to press charges against their rapists.12 Also fought and won to allow companies to choose if birth control will be covered by health insurance! Vasectomies and Viagra are OK!13 Hormonal birth control, NO GO. It’s almost like they hate real freedom and women, and against all support for LGBTQ+ people and to kick LGBTQ+ out of the military.14

Crystal Quade (Missouri Democrat leader)

Fortunately, Wallis also supported by Crystal Quade, Missouri House Democratic Floor Leader and State Representative of House District 132.15

Twenty-five years ago, when Pat Robertson16 and other radio and televangelists17 first spoke of the United States becoming a Christian nation that would build a global Christian empire, it was hard to take such hyperbolic rhetoric seriously. Today, such language no longer sounds like hyperbole but poses, instead, a very real threat to our freedom and our way of life. Jerry Falwell, the father, is dead, but his son Jerry, continues to belch out the fires of hate but no longer controls Liberty University following the revelation of his wife having an adulterous affair with a pool boy while he watched. Evangelical  white christians brought Hitler to power in Germany in 1939, and Trump to play god in the USA in 2016, ignoring that the United States was never formed as a christian nation, codified in Article 11 of the 1797 Treaty of Tripoli, which declares that “the government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion,” has long been a fixture of debates over the separation of church and state.18 U.S. District Judge Max Cogburn ruled19

Ronnie Billard (right) and husband Rich Donham (left)

On September 3, 2021, Charlotte Catholic High School and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Charlotte, North Carolina wrongfully fired gay substitute drama and English teacher Lonnie Billard, who in October 2014, In October 2014, announced his engagement to Mr. [“Rich“] Donham on Facebook.  The judgment20 reads: “Charlotte Catholic’s Chaplain Father Matthew Kauth (“Father Kauth”) met with Principal Telford to discuss it. (Doc. No. 31-16 at 6-7; Doc. No. 31-18 at 6-8). Principal Telford believed that Plaintiff could not serve as a substitute at Charlotte Catholic because of his engagement to Mr. Donham. (Doc. No. 31-16 at 7-9) In December 2014, after not receiving an assignment from Charlotte Catholic in some time, Plaintiff spoke to fellow teacher Ms. Joan Stretch and expressed his confusion. (Complaint at ¶ 25; Billard Dep. 1 at 200). She admitted that she had heard Plaintiff was unable to work at Charlotte Catholic any longer due to his intention to marry a man. (Id. at ¶¶ 25, 26). Plaintiff texted Assistant Principal Carpenter to confirm. Plaintiff was informed via phone call by Assistant Principal Carpenter that he could no longer work as a substitute teacher because he “announced his intention to marry a person of the same sex.” (Doc. No. 8 at ¶ 26).
Plaintiff reports being emotionally devastated and suffering a loss of identity and self-worth after being eliminated from the substitute list at Charlotte Catholic. (Pl. Decl. at ¶ 56). He enjoyed the time he spent teaching children at the school and interacting with their parents. (Id.).21 Billard was summarily fired22 in defiance of sex discrimination under Title VII and Bostock v. Clayton County.23

San Antonio Catholic Church Sexual Abuse (Hill Law Firm)

As LGBT people gain greater equality under the law, we are seeing a troubling push to allow anyone, including businesses, to use their religious beliefs to discriminate. Nobody should be turned away from a business, refused service by government officials, or evicted from their home just because of who they are. Organizations like Philadelphia’s Catholic Social Services, Foster Care agencies, Food Banks, etc. don’t get to discriminate against LGBTQ, Jewish, Muslim, and Mormon communities without being sued by the ACLU. The Roman Catholic and evangelical faith is more concerned with sexuality in others without correcting the rampant pedophilia among their own clergy.24 That is hypocrisy.

In March 2018, the city of Philadelphia learned that two of the agencies it hired to provide foster care services to children in the city’s care would not, based on their religious objection, accept same-sex couples as foster parents. Philadelphia informed the agencies that it would no longer refer children to them unless they agreed to comply with nondiscrimination requirements that are part of all foster care agency contracts. One of the agencies agreed to do so.

Fulton County fights against Catholic Social Services discrimination against LGBTQ+, couples of different faiths or without any faith (atheists and agnostics), and single parents

The other, Catholic Social Services (CSS), sued the city, claiming the Constitution gives it the right to opt out of the nondiscrimination requirement. After the Third Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously affirmed a lower court decision in Philadelphia’s favor, CSS asked the Supreme Court to hear this case, and the Court granted review.25 The Court heard argument on November 4.26 The CSS lost the appeal as case remanded. Bigotry disguised as “sincerely held religious beliefs” still festers in the hearts of many evangelicals without religious basis.27 Republican “christians” and evangelicals reject Jesus’ commandment in Matthew 7:1: μη κρινετε ινα μη κριθητε (mh krinete ina mh kriqhte).When the U.S. Congress passed the National Suicide Hotline Designation Act28 last fall to establish a toll-free number with assistance for those with mental health crises, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops quietly lobbied behind the scenes against the legislation. The bishops’ justification? The legislation contained special funding for LGBTQ support.29 This was also the case with the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, composed of all men,30  who opposed (March 6, 2013) the March 23 act Violence Against Women, who objected specifically to the law protecting lesbians.31

In the past, some states had laws banning LGBTQ people from becoming foster or adoptive parents. The last of these was struck down in 2016. As these outright bans were struck down, those opposed to LGBTQ equality have increasingly sought a far-reaching constitutional license to discriminate in the name of religion.32 The State of Nebraska appealed the case and it was heard by the Nebraska Supreme Court on January 5, 2017. On April 7, 2017, the Nebraska Supreme Court affirmed the lower Court’s decision. It was ordered that plaintiffs and other qualified applicants be permitted to be licensed as foster parents without any regard for their sexual orientation. Every major children’s health and welfare professional group – including the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Psychological Association and the Child Welfare League of America – recognizes that over 25 years of scientific research shows that parents’ sexual orientation has no relevance to parenting ability or the well-being of children.
While white christian evangelicals, Republicanazis, and many COVID-denying unvaccinated heterosexuals including some doctors and nurses work tirelessly to spread misinformation and death among the community, the same is not true of the LGBTQ+ community. Jai Rodriguez, Morris Singletary, and Phill Wilson33  have founded organizations to end the HIV and AIDS epidemic and used lessons from these pandemics to make people aware of COVID-19.34 Phill Wilson wrote: “We all understand the importance of hotlines, checking in, and reaching out for support when it comes to caring for friend and loved ones with suicidal ideation. But suicide prevention goes beyond the personal, it’s environmental and system. This World Suicide Prevention Day, here are a few ways we can end the suicide epidemic in America.” and listed:
We all understand the importance of hotlines, checking in, and reaching out for support when it comes to caring for friend and loved ones with suicidal ideation. But suicide prevention goes beyond the personal, it’s environmental and system. This World Suicide Prevention Day, here are a few ways we can end the suicide epidemic in America.

Black AIDS Institute CEO Phill Wilson

Wilson noted on the Facebook page of his Black AIDS Institute, the sad reality “We can’t end the HIV epidemic without first tackling the effects of stigma! And that’s the subject of GLAAD and Gilead’s Be Our Compass’s new report: 2021 State of HIV Stigma Study. The numbers don’t lie—we still have a ways to go to stop the stigma, and at BAI we’re committed to just that.” with the poignant illustration: Sika Nutmeg commented: “Without empathy we can never beat HIV stigma[,] education is not enough even judging from the numbers by the medical community[.]20

On July 27, 2021, Gov. (Jay Robert) J. B. Pritzker (D) signed into law HB1603 to repeal its draconic HIV-transmission law, following the Black AIDS Institute (BAI) release of the “We the People Plan: A Black Strategy to End HIV”, noting the forceful statement of the Black Treatment Advocates Network (BTAN) Chicago:

BTAB Chicago – Black Treatment Advocates Network

“The only way we can end the HIV epidemic in Black communities is by ending the misperception that people living with HIV are dangerous and need to be controlled. People living with HIV deserve to live full, enriched lives just like every other human being.”36 Photo taken of the February meeting. Monthly meetings are held at 4314 South Cottage Grove, Chicago, IL 60653-3514. Pritzker is also known for Executive Order 22 in 2021, that extends the vaccination requirements for individuals in high-risk settings, including all healthcare workers, nursing home employees, all P-12 teachers and staff, and higher education personnel and students. The two-week extension allows for hospitals and schools to implement their own testing, vaccine and accountability protocols. It was released in English, Arabic, Chinese, Spanish, Hindi, Polish, and Tagalog.37

Leslie Rutledge leads Lawyers for Trump

It’s not surprising that Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, who fought to overturn the Affordable Care Act (Obama Care) for Trump38 and used state money to support Trump,39 has joined with 19 other Republican states40 to sue the Biden administration for a rule extending federal sex discrimination protections to LGBTQ people. Discriminating against LGBTQ people is the LAW in Arkansas.41 The legislature has made it clear, with new additions just this year, and Rutledge has advanced the cause at every opportunity. Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery filed the lawsuit42 in U.S. District Court in Knoxville, Tennessee, controlled by 1 George W. Bush appointee (Thomas Varlan) and three Donald Trump appointments (Clifton Randall McDonough, Charles Atchley Jr., and Catherine Crytzer)43arguing that legal interpretations by the U.S. Department of Education and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission are based on a faulty view of U.S. Supreme Court case law.

US Supreme Court in 2020

The Supreme Court ruled in June 202044 that a landmark civil rights law, under a provision called Title VII, protects gay, lesbian and transgender people from discrimination in employment. Joining Tennessee in the lawsuit to overturn the Supreme Court ruling and allow states to discriminate and permit the murder of LGBTQ+ people are Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota and West Virginia. No thinking and rational LGBTQ+ person should boycott and never ever visit, buy products grown or good manufactured by these hate-filled hateful states.

The New York City Pride Parade celebrating all lifestyle choices (2017). Participants in the parade dressed up, carrying rainbow flags, posters and banners protesting President Trump’s policies.

Most of the attacks on LGBTQ+ people are because of religions and religious discrimination based on their wrongly perceived concept that Jesus and god hate the LGBTQ+ community. As LGBT people gain greater equality under the law, we are seeing a troubling push to allow anyone, including businesses, to use their religious beliefs to discriminate. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a 6-3 decision[1, https://www.aclu.org/legal-document/bostock-v-clayton-county-supreme-court-opinion,] that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the federal ban on sex discrimination in employment, protects LGBTQ+ workers from discrimination. The decision was based on a straightforward reading of the law: Discriminating against someone because they are LGBTQ+ is inherently sex discrimination. In his dissent, Justice Samuel Alito, a far-right Pius X Roman Catholic, raised concerns about implications for employers with religious objections to hiring LGBTQ+ people, but the questions before the court in Monday’s monumental victory for LGBTQ workers did not involve whether the employers had a religious right to fire LGBTQ+ people. The court made clear that the scope of any religion-based defenses offered by Title VII, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, and the constitutional protections for religious exercise would be addressed in future cases.

Facebook censors LGBTQ+ ads

The greatest enemy, after religion (especially the evil cancer of the Roman Catholic and evangelical churches, their pastors and parishioners45), of LGBTQ+ people is Facebook. Facebook has an Orwellian history of censoring LGBTQ+ advertisers.46

Facebook censors Selina ad from LA LGBT Center

And Facebook’s problems are not limited to the LGBTQ community, Black creators documenting police violence have recently seen their pages temporarily taken down completely. Facebook calls these “mistakes” but isn’t doing enough to stop them from happening again. It is not safe to use Facebook, even for social chat as Facebook has become the instrument of hate groups: Proud Boys, Peace Keepers, KKK, American Nazis, Roman Catholic Council of Bishops, Republican Party, the Trump Crime Family, and many more. It would be nice if Liker would come back as it was a site that was open to all people without comment of qualification. Unlike Fox News, Liker never put out an opinion piece and welcomes all people, all races, all forms of sexual expression, and all religions including people who rejected religion and all gods.

Michael.Cooper@onlinesafetymasters.com, passed me a link that should be kept handy by all LGBTQ+ people when they feel at a loss and their safety at risk. It will  help: https://www.vpnmentor.com/blog/lgbtq-guide-online-safety/.




  1. https://twitter.com/MrJWallis/status/1434337594201022469.
  2. https://www.kansascity.com/news/local/education/article254077203.html.
  3. Ibid.
  4. https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=7020219. Cf. https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/American-Fascists/Chris-Hedges/9780743284462. Cp. https://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-show/gop-opponents-fail-stop-911-victims-compensation-fund-bill-msna1256146. Ref, https://www.911healthwatch.org/history/votes/congressional-record/, and https://www.nj.com/politics/2016/09/house_gop_leaders_praise_911_first_responders_they.html.
  5. https://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-show/gop-opponents-fail-stop-911-victims-compensation-fund-bill-msna1256146.
  6. To this day you can see Trump signs surrounded with Nazi flags in Hardin County, especially off I-30 on Highway 175, and in Eldora and Iowa Falls on Washington Street.
  7. https://www.renew911health.org/take-action/take-action-contact-your-members-of-congress/.
  8. https://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/politics/2019/07/23/rand-paul-votes-against-9-11-first-responders-bill/1807935001/. Cp. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/9-11-victim-compensation-fund-bill-vote-roll-call-senate-reauthorization/.
  9. https://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/30/nyregion/30zadroga.html.
  10. https://publicintegrity.org/politics/system-failure/the-trump-administrations-war-on-birth-control/.
  11. https://publicintegrity.org/politics/system-failure/the-trump-administrations-war-on-birth-control/. Cp. https://www.newsweek.com/idaho-congress-blocks-bill-end-child-marriage-1348919,
  12. https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2019/3/1/1838685/-Republicans-in-state-with-highest-rate-of-child-marriage-vote-to-keep-it-legal
  13. https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2012/03/birth-control-viagra-vasectomy-laws/. Cp. https://www.vice.com/en/article/wjen7z/the-women-trolling-the-gop-with-bills-that-restrict-viagra-use-and-ejaculation. Cf. https://slate.com/human-interest/2016/02/abortion-restriction-laws-are-unfair-should-mens-erections-get-the-same-scrutiny.html. Also: https://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/healthcare/355114-president-trumps-contraception-rule-ignores-the-reality-that.
  14. https://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/healthcare/355114-president-trumps-contraception-rule-ignores-the-reality-that. Cf. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-46963426. Cp. https://www.thenation.com/article/archive/trans-military-dadt/. Ref. https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/daily/may98/goldwater072894.htm.
  15. https://twitter.com/crystal_quade/status/1435009355737444357.
  16. Arthur Frederick Ide (1986). Evangelical Terrorism: Censorship, Falwell, Robertson, & the Seamy Side of Christian Evangelicalism. Irving, TX: Scholars Books. Arthur Frederick Ide (1987). Robertson: the Pulpit and the Power: Plotting, Planning, Pretending – Pat’s Putsche for the Presidency. Austin, Texas: American Atheist Press.
  17. Arthur Frederick Ide (1988). Heaven’s Hustler: the Rise & Fall of Jimmy Swaggart. Dallas, TX: Monument Press. Arthur Frederick Ide (1985). Unholy Rollers: Televangelism and the Selling of Jesus. Arlington, TX: Liberal Arts.
  18. Jacob Crane, “Reading American Secularism in the 1797 Treaty of Tripoli,” American Quarterly (John Hopkins University Press) Vol. 72, Number 2, 2 June 2020, pp. 403-422. Treaty of Peace and Friendship, signed at Tripoli November 4, 1796 (3 Ramada I, A. H. 1211), and at Algiers January 3, 1797 (4 Rajab, A. H. 1211). Original in Arabic. Submitted to the Senate May 29, 1797. (Message of May 26, 1797.) Resolution of advice and consent June 7, 1797. Ratified by the United States June 10, 1797. As to the ratification generally, see the notes. Proclaimed Jane 10, 1797. https://avalon.law.yale.edu/18th_century/bar1796t.asp#art11. John Adams and the Senate made clear that the pact was between two sovereign states, not between two religious powers. Frank Lambert (2006). The Founding Fathers and the Place of Religion in America. Princeton University Press. p. 11. The Barlow translation (Article 11 included) was the text presented by the President and ratified unanimously in 1797 by the U.S. Senate following strict Constitutional procedures.
  19. https://www.acluofnorthcarolina.org/sites/default/files/billard_-_findings_and_conclusions_9-3-2021.pdf.
  20. Ibid.
  21. Ibid).
  22. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/charlotte-catholic-high-school-wrongful-termination-gay-lonnie-billard/.
  23. https://www.aclu.org/cases/billard-v-charlotte-catholic-high-school. Cp. https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/article254002423.html. Cf. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/charlotte-catholic-high-school-wrongful-termination-gay-lonnie-billard/ and https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/education/lgbtq-catholic-teacher-lawsuit-charlotte-school-education/275-83ea6f94-2b74-431f-9537-77c5b018a9d1, and https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9960531/Gay-teacher-wrongly-fired-Catholic-school-posted-wedding-Facebook.html; watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0BzKSW9zYY and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtZPq4TwaQ0.
  24. https://www.proquest.com/docview/2522856746.
  25. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fkn49IiO_GE.
  26. https://www.scotusblog.com/case-files/cases/fulton-v-city-of-philadelphia-pennsylvania/. cf. http://archive.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/articles/2006/03/10/catholic_charities_pulls_out_of_adoption_business/. cp. https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/aug/21/religious-groups-square-ahead-major-supreme-court-/, and https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/01/us/bethany-adoption-agency-lgbtq.html.
  27. https://www.ncronline.org/news/justice/us-bishops-lgbtq-anthropology-rules-out-equality-act-compromises.
  28. https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/senate-bill/2661.
  29. https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/help-yourself/lgbtq/.
  30. Arthur Frederick Ide (1984). Woman as Priest, Bishop, and Laity in the early Catholic Church to 440 AD: with a Translation and Critical Commentary on Romans 16 and other Relevant scripture and Patrological Writings on Women in the Early Christian Church. Mesquite, TX: IHP.
  31. https://www.usccb.org/news/2013/usccb-committees-express-concerns-over-domestic-violence-legislation.
  32. https://www.aclu.org/cases/stewart-and-stewart-v-heineman.
  33. https://www.facebook.com/blackaids/. Cp. https://ballotpedia.org/United_States_District_Court_for_the_Eastern_District_of_Tennessee.
  34. https://www.facebook.com/pozitive2positive/. Cp. https://youtu.be/NATk-Qqr2VU.
  35. Ibid.
  36. https://www.facebook.com/BTANChicago/.
  37. https://www.illinois.gov/government/executive-orders/executive-order.executive-order-number-22.2021.html.
  38. https://arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2019/03/26/trump-moves-to-strike-down-entire-affordable-care-act-in-tune-with-leslie-rutledge.
  39. https://arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2021/01/15/taxpayers-sue-attorney-general-leslie-rutledge-for-spending-state-money-to-help-donald-trump-and-herself. f, https://katv.com/news/local/lawsuit-arkansas-ag-improperly-spent-taxpayer-money-on-self-promotion-helping-trump,
  40. https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/20-states-sue-over-biden-admin-school-work-lgbt-protections/2021/08/30/b2fe2b98-09e3-11ec-a7c8-61bb7b3bf628_story.html.
  41. https://arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2021/08/31/leslie-rutledge-joins-suit-to-allow-discrimination-against-lgbtq-people?utm_campaign=daily_update&utm_source=arktimes_email&utm_medium=email&vgo_ee=zZax%2Fd2EiLjqO%2Byev8pS7nqAHELO3MbXkFl%2FT4FHv5M%3D.
  42. https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/attorneygeneral/documents/pr/2021/pr21-31-complaint.pdf.
  43. 5 Senior judges were appointed by a Republican President (2 by Ronald Reagan and 3 by George W. Bush); 1 Senior judge was appointed by a Democrat President (Bill Clinton).  https://ballotpedia.org/United_States_District_Court_for_the_Eastern_District_of_Tennessee.
  44. https://apnews.com/article/courts-supreme-courts-mi-state-wire-neil-gorsuch-ap-top-news-5a7b0e41a47a3c571dda69194758e7b1.
  45. https://www.ncronline.org/news/justice/lgbtq-catholics-closely-watching-supreme-court-case-adoption. Cf. https://www.ncronline.org/news/justice/lgbtq-catholics-closely-watching-supreme-court-case-adoption. Ref, http://press.georgetown.edu/book/georgetown/beyond-biology,
  46. https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2018/10/03/facebook-blocked-many-gay-themed-ads-part-its-new-advertising-policy-angering-lgbt-groups/.

4 comments to LGBTQ+ Rights are Human Rights But Ignorance, Religion, and Fear Attack Them

  • Paul Pearson  says:

    People of quality don’t fear equality.

    • Arthur Frederick Ide  says:

      Perfectly stated. I have grown tired of using acceptable words for human anatomy and will no longer do it.

  • Michael  says:

    I’d like to suggest this important LGBTQ online safety guide that came out recently. This guide aims to empower LGBTQs and give them the tools to protect themselves online.

    • Arthur Frederick Ide  says:

      Thank you for this critical link. All members will be well-served if they keep this link among their personal notes and references.

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