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Monday, 10 October 2016

A Dozen Reasons Why Mike Pence Is Just As Bad As Donald Trump

A Dozen Reasons Why Mike Pence Is Just As Bad As Donald Trump
- One month after Arizona's governor vetoed a measure that would have permitted businesses to deny services to LGBT customers, Pence signed a ...

Sweden is doing much better than most other countries'

Sweden is doing much better than most other countries'
- Amir Ashour isn't afraid to think big. From his base in southern Swedish city Malmö, he runs IraQueer, the first and only organization for the LGBT ...

57 percent chance of new majority

57 percent chance of new majority
- The better candidate on LGBT issues is fairly apparent in most U.S. Senate races this year. But in one race, the community seems split. And more ...

NIH Recognizes LGBTQ Community as 'Health Disparity Population'

NIH Recognizes LGBTQ Community as 'Health Disparity Population'
- Kellan Baker, a senior fellow for the LGBT Research and Communications Project at the Center for American Progress, has been working with the NIH ...

Homophobic attacks rose by almost 150% after Brexit vote

Homophobic attacks rose by almost 150% after Brexit vote
LGBT anti-violence charity Galop reported over the weekend that hate crimes against the LGBT community rose by 147% in the three months following ...

Who's missing in Hollywood?

Who's missing in Hollywood?
- There weren't any LGBTQ people with disabilities depicted on film in 2015. The study reaffirms the idea that representation in Hollywood is lacking ...

Interior to release study of LGBTQ history

Interior to release study of LGBTQ history
- The Department of Interior will release the first report in its history of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer history on Tuesday, the culmination ...

Campus to celebrate LGBTQ history month

Campus to celebrate LGBTQ history month
- This college's LGBTQ History Month will promote awareness and pride with activities including a screening of “Upstairs Inferno,” written, directed and ...

Is Trump's rhetoric leading to an increase in bullying?

Is Trump's rhetoric leading to an increase in bullying?
- But some have gone further, linking Trump's rhetoric to bullying in the schoolyard and in the classroom. In a report from Teaching Tolerance, a project ...

Half of all Australians endure workplace bullying

Half of all Australians endure workplace bullying
- Half of all Australian employees will experience workplace bullying during their careers, new research finds. Of those bullied, 40 per cent of people ...

Need to address teen stress

Need to address teen stress
- Worldwide statistics from Child Helplines reveal that psychosocial mental health issues top the list of concerns of children and teens who have made ...

The mental-health crisis among migrants

The mental-health crisis among migrants
- The refugees and migrants surging into Europe are suffering very high levels of psychiatric disorders. Researchers are struggling to help.

Know Someone With A Mental Disorder? Read This!

Know Someone With A Mental Disorder? Read This!
- Do you have a friend or a loved one who is battling a mental disorder? If yes, and if you are one of the primary caregivers to the affected person, you ...

Warning signs, importance of early intervention!

Warning signs, importance of early intervention!
- Although we can't avoid living under unnatural time pressures, it's important for us to take care of our mental health just as we take care of our physical ...

Mental illness and violence are not synonymous

Mental illness and violence are not synonymous
- I never had any mental health education at school. No one even mentioned the terms "mental health" or "mental illness" when I was growing up.

What is it and why is it important?

What is it and why is it important?
Mental illness – a sad thing that happens to other people, but not something to worry your head about, right? Wrong. According to the World Health ...