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  • An intersectional and interdisciplinary study of Appalachian Studies, LGBT Studies, Sexuality Studies, Gender Studies, Feminist Studies, Southern Studies
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  • Welcome to Appalachian Studies at Wikiversity! Encyclopedia of Appalachia race in Appalachia: Appalachians
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  • A subfield of LGBT studies, transgender studies provides an approach to gender studies, gay and lesbian studies, and sexuality studies by studying the
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  • from many countries around the world as LGBT rights are too poor in these regions to safely gather data. See LGBT rights by country or territory for more
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  • all much less true at "gender-free" contra dances, usually sponsored by LGBT groups like the Lavender Contra and Folk Dancers. There are comparatively
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  • even goes as far as convicting landlords if they rent out an apartment to a LGBT. This bill has made a lot of commotion. Outside countries government who
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  • Secretariat of National Aboriginal & Islander Child Care Apologising to the LGBT Community Stolen Genrations Christianity and Homosexuality Forgiveness Mediation
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  • societal discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) persons was common and that open hostility prevented the reporting of some
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  • Would you please do me a great favor and send the opinion of mine to the LGBT section of Wikipedia. I could not find an open door to give a little wisdom
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  • Some people might think you are gay. Though much prejudice against the LGBT community still exists, many gay, lesbian or bisexual people are open about
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  • has a particular valence as a form of non-heteronormative imagery (e.g. LGBT rights symbolism). In short, there is a density of meaning attached to Rainbow
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