In 2014, Facebook introduced tons of gender identities (58, to be exact) and it still allows users to select from among three pronouns: “him,” “her” or “their” (forget grammar; it’s political correctness that matters). The days of identifying oneself as a male or female are long gone. Gender is now a “custom” option on Facebook — and apparently in the real world as well. Pay attention, because it gets tricky quickly. We went to GenderWiki to get a better handle on gender identities and…

In 2014, Facebook introduced tons of gender identities (58, to be exact) and it still allows users to select from among three pronouns: “him,” “her” or “their” (forget grammar; it’s political correctness that matters). The days of identifying oneself as a male or female are long gone. Gender is now a “custom” option on Facebook — and apparently in the real world as well. Pay attention, because it gets tricky quickly. We went to GenderWiki to get a better handle on gender identities and…

The image of the rainbow has become the modern symbol for gay or homosexual pride and activism. This is a good example of how a symbol can have applied meaning throughout the world and within culture who create them and give them meaning. Symbols like these are also found within religious scripture and culture, for the same purpose.

The image of the rainbow has become the modern symbol for gay or homosexual pride and activism. This is a good example of how a symbol can have applied meaning throughout the world and within culture who create them and give them meaning. Symbols like these are also found within religious scripture and culture, for the same purpose.

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Today same sex marriage became legal in all 50 states.Like this pin if you aren't against gay marriage.And I would very much appreciate if you would comment why you think it's "wrong"

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Today same sex marriage became legal in all 50 states.Like this pin if you aren't against gay marriage.And I would very much appreciate if you would comment why you think it's "wrong"

The lambda was adopted as a gay symbol in 1970 by the New York Gay Activists Alliance and came to represent the growing movement of gay liberation. In 1974, it was adopted by the International Gay Rights Congress as their symbol for lesbian and gay rights, and it became internationally popular. There seems to be no definitive reason for its adoption. Some suggest that it is the Greek letter L for liberation; others cite its use in physics to denote energy.

The lambda was adopted as a gay symbol in 1970 by the New York Gay Activists Alliance and came to represent the growing movement of gay liberation. In 1974, it was adopted by the International Gay Rights Congress as their symbol for lesbian and gay rights, and it became internationally popular. There seems to be no definitive reason for its adoption. Some suggest that it is the Greek letter L for liberation; others cite its use in physics to denote energy.

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