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The Color of Genders: Inequality, Prejudice, and Violence in Everyday Acts

Ruby’s case is one of many in the world that demand the quickest possible action to start a positive change in the sexual climate of the 21st Century.

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World Sexual Health Day 2011: What Is My Responsibility?

Know your sexual rights and ask yourself: What is my responsibility? What are my sexual responsibilities?

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The Invisible “Pink Homophobia”

Despite significant progress in gay rights and economic power in some quarters, middle and lower class LGBT individuals can be more vulnerable to institutional homophobia and to violence in public spaces, and may suffer from a dual discrimination.

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World Sexual Health Day: Let’s Talk About It!

World governments are responsible for providing sex education and sexual health services, but youth can’t just passively accept these things. We have to talk and act on our knowledge.

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