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What the Pulse Shooting Can Teach Us About the American Propaganda Machine

in The Nation

Pulse shooter, Omar Mateen, wasn’t targeting the LGBTQ community, and he wasn’t gay either, but some have attempted to use that politically valuable narrative to drive a wedge between Muslim and LGBTQ communities.

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San Francisco Gay Pride 2017: Day 1

in Entertainment & LifeStyle/Real Talk/The-Nation/Weekly

There are many things we are able to choose from. What job we want, what we want to eat for dinner, what movie we want to go watch, or even what outfit we want to wear for the day. Being gay isn’t one of those choices. In the past six months, a lot has happened and has changed in our country. It seems that every day we’re waking up to a new bill being signed that will forever change our lives, or to some shooting or stabbing. The news of the gay men being hunted and killed in Chechnya broke…

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