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Television needs to step up its representation of LGBTQ people.
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It's not just for adults, after all.
"I've always said that music is a language that has no barriers."
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Since June 1st is the official kick-off of Pride Month rainbows will be everywhere, so why not on your plate? It's time to join the festivities and give this trend a try. You'll be the star at your next backyard party or potluck because, let's face it, food tastes better when it's pretty and colourful.
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RuPaul's "Supermodel" is THE BEST.
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Although we have a long way to go in the fight for equality, it's cities like Toronto who pave the way for acceptance and support of LGBT expression. This support is reflected in the long history of supporting queer music.
It is easy to achieve and has some added glam.
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Toronto Pride has come so far!
Parenting expert Alyson Schafer on how to teach kids to be accepting of all people.
No one is too young to celebrate one love.
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"People should not be persecuted for who they are, or who they love."
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Orlando resurrected concerns about violence in the local community and the value of "safe spaces.''
You might know that the number one word associated with being transgender is "dysphoria," a vague medicalized word used ascribed to transgender people to describe how mirrors and people you thought were your friends now make you cry. But another common word I've heard transgender people use to describe themselves is "monster." I knew to expect all that pain before I told a single person. But what nobody had prepared me for was the joy.