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Is it legal to go topless? A movement has just gotten a new law passed in their favor. The free nipple movement pushed by feminism leveled up in terms of what they see as women's empowerment and gender equality. Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Oklahoma, & Kansas have all made it legal for women to be topless in public. This is just more lgbtq and feminism ridiculousness. The free the nipple movement tells us, "my body my choice" as they try to do away with the objectification of women. Whatever happened to the modesty of women? Why is there such outraging modesty of women? What is gender equality and is this it? As women expose their bare breast and the start of toplessness slowly starts becoming a thing, today we ask the question, "Should it be illegal for women to go topless?" #feminism #toplessness #freenipplemovement
23 Sep 2019
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HAVE Y’ALL SEEN THE PANTENE PHILIPPINES COMMERCIAL IN HONOR OF TRANSGENDER AWARENESS WEEK I’M IN TEARS
8 Dec 2018
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Come and find out more about the LGBTQ club at Centennial College
2 Jun 2010
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The Trevor Project, the leading national organization focused on crisis and suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth, announced today the launch of a national public service announcement (PSA) targeted at LGBTQ youth. The PSA features Daniel Radcliffe, the star of the “Harry Potter” film series, Broadway’s “Equus” and the upcoming revival of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.” Newsrooms and broadcasters are encouraged to download the broadcast-quality (MPEG-2) PSA available on the panel to the right, and the video can also be easily embedded onto websites, blogs and online news outlets. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******multivu.prnewswire****/mnr/thetrevorproject/44111/
20 May 2010
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Katy Perry sparkled in a nude sequined gown as she was honoured with the Trevor Hero Award for her work 'empowering LGBTQ youth' at the Hollywood Palladium.
3 Dec 2012
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and the U.S. Military tries to honor the LGBTQ community -- westboro hates it all
9 Apr 2013
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We the People is a summit committed to advancing inclusion within the entertainment industry by serving as a solution-oriented call to action. All panels at the summit are completely FREE. Taking place September 22 and 23 at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills, We the People will feature free panel discussions and a keynote conversation. The conversations range from the state of the entertainment industry’s inclusion efforts both on screen and behind the camera, in addition to how women, immigrants, Muslims, LGBTQ+, Native Americans, people with disabilities and people of color continue to be systemically marginalized or not represented. In our 24th year, we at the LA Film Festival are committed to advancing the inclusion conversation. Films helmed by, and featuring underrepresented groups had an amazing 2017 and the trend continues in 2018. The myth that films which accurately reflect complex and diverse realities don’t traditionally perform at the BO, both domestically and internationally, is being dispelled. We examine how films made for diverse audiences isn’t a trend, it’s good business. With receipts in hand, the audience is crying, “More of this please. Now.” Panelists • Marc Bernardin • Kay Cannon • Leah Daniels-Butler • Emily V. Gordon • Franklin Leonard • Kumail Nanjiani Moderator • Kate Hagen o (The Black List)
30 Nov 2018
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We the People is a summit committed to advancing inclusion within the entertainment industry by serving as a solution-oriented call to action. All panels at the summit are completely FREE. Taking place September 22 and 23 at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills, We the People will feature free panel discussions and a keynote conversation. The conversations range from the state of the entertainment industry’s inclusion efforts both on screen and behind the camera, in addition to how women, immigrants, Muslims, LGBTQ+, Native Americans, people with disabilities and people of color continue to be systemically marginalized or not represented. In our 24th year, we at the LA Film Festival are committed to advancing the inclusion conversation. Films helmed by, and featuring underrepresented groups had an amazing 2017 and the trend continues in 2018. The myth that films which accurately reflect complex and diverse realities don’t traditionally perform at the BO, both domestically and internationally, is being dispelled. We examine how films made for diverse audiences isn’t a trend, it’s good business. With receipts in hand, the audience is crying, “More of this please. Now.” Panelists • Marc Bernardin • Kay Cannon • Leah Daniels-Butler • Emily V. Gordon • Franklin Leonard • Kumail Nanjiani Moderator • Kate Hagen o (The Black List)
30 Nov 2018
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We the People is a summit committed to advancing inclusion within the entertainment industry by serving as a solution-oriented call to action. All panels at the summit are completely FREE. Taking place September 22 and 23 at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills, We the People will feature free panel discussions and a keynote conversation. The conversations range from the state of the entertainment industry’s inclusion efforts both on screen and behind the camera, in addition to how women, immigrants, Muslims, LGBTQ+, Native Americans, people with disabilities and people of color continue to be systemically marginalized or not represented. In our 24th year, we at the LA Film Festival are committed to advancing the inclusion conversation. Films helmed by, and featuring underrepresented groups had an amazing 2017 and the trend continues in 2018. The myth that films which accurately reflect complex and diverse realities don’t traditionally perform at the BO, both domestically and internationally, is being dispelled. We examine how films made for diverse audiences isn’t a trend, it’s good business. With receipts in hand, the audience is crying, “More of this please. Now.” Panelists • Marc Bernardin • Kay Cannon • Leah Daniels-Butler • Emily V. Gordon • Franklin Leonard • Kumail Nanjiani Moderator • Kate Hagen
30 Nov 2018
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We the People is a summit committed to advancing inclusion within the entertainment industry by serving as a solution-oriented call to action. All panels at the summit are completely FREE. Taking place September 22 and 23 at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills, We the People will feature free panel discussions and a keynote conversation. The conversations range from the state of the entertainment industry’s inclusion efforts both on screen and behind the camera, in addition to how women, immigrants, Muslims, LGBTQ+, Native Americans, people with disabilities and people of color continue to be systemically marginalized or not represented. In our 24th year, we at the LA Film Festival are committed to advancing the inclusion conversation. Films helmed by, and featuring underrepresented groups had an amazing 2017 and the trend continues in 2018. The myth that films which accurately reflect complex and diverse realities don’t traditionally perform at the BO, both domestically and internationally, is being dispelled. We examine how films made for diverse audiences isn’t a trend, it’s good business. With receipts in hand, the audience is crying, “More of this please. Now.” Panelists • Marc Bernardin • Kay Cannon • Leah Daniels-Butler • Emily V. Gordon • Franklin Leonard • Kumail Nanjiani Moderator • Kate Hagen o (The Black List)
3 Dec 2018
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We the People is a summit committed to advancing inclusion within the entertainment industry by serving as a solution-oriented call to action. All panels at the summit are completely FREE. Taking place September 22 and 23 at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills, We the People will feature free panel discussions and a keynote conversation. The conversations range from the state of the entertainment industry’s inclusion efforts both on screen and behind the camera, in addition to how women, immigrants, Muslims, LGBTQ+, Native Americans, people with disabilities and people of color continue to be systemically marginalized or not represented. In our 24th year, we at the LA Film Festival are committed to advancing the inclusion conversation. Films helmed by, and featuring underrepresented groups had an amazing 2017 and the trend continues in 2018. The myth that films which accurately reflect complex and diverse realities don’t traditionally perform at the BO, both domestically and internationally, is being dispelled. We examine how films made for diverse audiences isn’t a trend, it’s good business. With receipts in hand, the audience is crying, “More of this please. Now.” Panelists • Marc Bernardin • Kay Cannon • Leah Daniels-Butler • Emily V. Gordon • Franklin Leonard • Kumail Nanjiani Moderator • Kate Hagen o (The Black List)
3 Dec 2018
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We the People is a summit committed to advancing inclusion within the entertainment industry by serving as a solution-oriented call to action. All panels at the summit are completely FREE. Taking place September 22 and 23 at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills, We the People will feature free panel discussions and a keynote conversation. The conversations range from the state of the entertainment industry’s inclusion efforts both on screen and behind the camera, in addition to how women, immigrants, Muslims, LGBTQ+, Native Americans, people with disabilities and people of color continue to be systemically marginalized or not represented. In our 24th year, we at the LA Film Festival are committed to advancing the inclusion conversation. Films helmed by, and featuring underrepresented groups had an amazing 2017 and the trend continues in 2018. The myth that films which accurately reflect complex and diverse realities don’t traditionally perform at the BO, both domestically and internationally, is being dispelled. We examine how films made for diverse audiences isn’t a trend, it’s good business. With receipts in hand, the audience is crying, “More of this please. Now.” Panelists • Marc Bernardin • Kay Cannon • Leah Daniels-Butler • Emily V. Gordon • Franklin Leonard • Kumail Nanjiani Moderator • Kate Hagen o (The Black List)
3 Dec 2018
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We the People is a summit committed to advancing inclusion within the entertainment industry by serving as a solution-oriented call to action. All panels at the summit are completely FREE. Taking place September 22 and 23 at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills, We the People will feature free panel discussions and a keynote conversation. The conversations range from the state of the entertainment industry’s inclusion efforts both on screen and behind the camera, in addition to how women, immigrants, Muslims, LGBTQ+, Native Americans, people with disabilities and people of color continue to be systemically marginalized or not represented. In our 24th year, we at the LA Film Festival are committed to advancing the inclusion conversation. Films helmed by, and featuring underrepresented groups had an amazing 2017 and the trend continues in 2018. The myth that films which accurately reflect complex and diverse realities don’t traditionally perform at the BO, both domestically and internationally, is being dispelled. We examine how films made for diverse audiences isn’t a trend, it’s good business. With receipts in hand, the audience is crying, “More of this please. Now.” Panelists • Marc Bernardin • Kay Cannon • Leah Daniels-Butler • Emily V. Gordon • Franklin Leonard • Kumail Nanjiani Moderator • Kate Hagen o (The Black List)
3 Dec 2018
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We the People is a summit committed to advancing inclusion within the entertainment industry by serving as a solution-oriented call to action. All panels at the summit are completely FREE. Taking place September 22 and 23 at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills, We the People will feature free panel discussions and a keynote conversation. The conversations range from the state of the entertainment industry’s inclusion efforts both on screen and behind the camera, in addition to how women, immigrants, Muslims, LGBTQ+, Native Americans, people with disabilities and people of color continue to be systemically marginalized or not represented. In our 24th year, we at the LA Film Festival are committed to advancing the inclusion conversation. Films helmed by, and featuring underrepresented groups had an amazing 2017 and the trend continues in 2018. The myth that films which accurately reflect complex and diverse realities don’t traditionally perform at the BO, both domestically and internationally, is being dispelled. We examine how films made for diverse audiences isn’t a trend, it’s good business. With receipts in hand, the audience is crying, “More of this please. Now.” Panelists • Marc Bernardin • Kay Cannon • Leah Daniels-Butler • Emily V. Gordon • Franklin Leonard • Kumail Nanjiani Moderator • Kate Hagen o (The Black List)
7 Dec 2018
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We the People is a summit committed to advancing inclusion within the entertainment industry by serving as a solution-oriented call to action. All panels at the summit are completely FREE. Taking place September 22 and 23 at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills, We the People will feature free panel discussions and a keynote conversation. The conversations range from the state of the entertainment industry’s inclusion efforts both on screen and behind the camera, in addition to how women, immigrants, Muslims, LGBTQ+, Native Americans, people with disabilities and people of color continue to be systemically marginalized or not represented. In our 24th year, we at the LA Film Festival are committed to advancing the inclusion conversation. Films helmed by, and featuring underrepresented groups had an amazing 2017 and the trend continues in 2018. The myth that films which accurately reflect complex and diverse realities don’t traditionally perform at the BO, both domestically and internationally, is being dispelled. We examine how films made for diverse audiences isn’t a trend, it’s good business. With receipts in hand, the audience is crying, “More of this please. Now.” Panelists • Marc Bernardin • Kay Cannon • Leah Daniels-Butler • Emily V. Gordon • Franklin Leonard • Kumail Nanjiani Moderator • Kate Hagen o (The Black List)
7 Dec 2018
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