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Campaigner celebrates second victory in battle over court discrimination

Original post from Disabled Go News


A disabled campaigner has succeeded in proving that he was discriminated against – twice – by the courts service. 716 more words


Proud To Be Irish Today

Ireland has legalized same-sex marriage in an overwhelmingly large margin of support.


I am of Irish, German, Danish, Dutch, and Jewish ancestry.  I am also a lesbian.   243 more words


No rules, just love

Hey again,

first of all I have to congratulate Ireland, I nearly cried.

But I want to talke about something different today, I want to talk about music. 279 more words


Beautiful but Cracked

Walking into the apartment, everything seemed pretty normal – wooden dining room table covered in turquoise ornaments and pot plants that were beginning to see the wrong kind of light, a bare kitchen featuring only a steal kettle and matching toaster, and a corner dedicated entirely to old dog-eared work pieces, textbooks and broken stationary. 934 more words

"Maintaining Its Sad Tradition Of Disenfranchisement": Texas Lawmakers Are Busy Making It Harder To Vote

Another legislative session, another unfortunate attempt by Texas politicians to make it harder to vote. While other states move their registration systems into the 21st century — by putting the onus on the government to add eligible voters to the rolls, or letting citizens sign up online, for example — Texas maintains its sad tradition of disenfranchisement. 716 more words


I’m a Bisexual Part 10 - “Jumping the Hurdle… and Running to the Next”

“Straight people say, ‘You know you’re just gay,’ and gay people say, ‘You know you’re just gay.’ There is such a thing as bisexual!”


            – Andy Dick… 1,040 more words