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LGBT as part of the workforce? India Inc. is not interested

Last week, an overwhelming majority voted in favour of same-sex marriage in Ireland—the first nation to legalise it by a popular vote.

But in India, which still criminalises same-sex acts, even among the most affluent, educated and global class, there is a seeming reluctance to acknowledge homosexuality. 388 more words


“Do you want coffee?” Emma asked, trying to be polite.

Izzy nodded.

“Oh,” Emma said, a little dismayed. She tried to work out what she needed to do. 38 more words


Michelle Obama Tells Graduates to "Rise Above the Noise". Irony Abounds.

The least-admired First Lady in my lifetime gave a Graduation Speech this weekend.

It was…interesting.

The Weekly Standard reported yesterday, that

First Lady Michelle Obama spoke today to graduates of Oberlin College.

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The Long House

Memorial Day in London isn’t exactly the same here in London as it is the United States. We have 2 bank holidays in the UK; one on the first weekend of May and one on the fourth. 39 more words


Transgender Insanity Hits Home

This post is not going to go over well for some but someone has to step up and be the voice of reason… as unlikely as it may be, it seems as though I am already in the minority.   1,238 more words


Marriage Bill 2015 To Be Enacted By The End Of July - Minister Frances Fitzgerald

The Minister for Justice and Equality, Frances Fitzgerald TD, yesterday (25th May) announced her intention to have the Marriage Bill 2015 enacted by the end of July. 275 more words


The Case of the Sultry Mountie, or, We Need to Talk about Cecil

Justin Bengry

I never knew my great uncle Cecil Bengry. Affectionately known as Cic’, this bachelor uncle seems to have lived in the background of other people’s lives. 1,715 more words

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