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10 Things Not to Say to a Lesbian

by Anna Pulley

1. Who’s the “man” in this relationship?

2. So if you like girls, are you attracted to yourself?

3. How do you have sex?

4. How do you know you’re a lesbian if you’ve never had sex with a man?

5. Wanna have a threesome?

6. Really? But…

Story of my life.

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 Students at Maybeck High School in Berkeley wear dresses and skirts during Skirt for Sasha Day Friday - San Jose Mercury News

Until two years ago, Luke “Sasha” Fleischman was a shy teen, a loner with odd hobbies and a bright mind, but far from a civil rights activist.
But between Fleischman’s freshman and senior year something changed: Fleischman decided to identify as agender or “nonbinary” gender, neither male nor female. Sasha asked to be referred to by the pronouns “they,” “them,” and “their.”
Family members say that very personal decision helped the teen blossom. But police believe it also led another teenager to light Fleischman’s skirt on fire as the student slept on a local bus, causing severe injuries that could take months to heal.
Since the incident, public support for the injured 18-year-old has been overwhelming, with more than $20,000 raised to help with medical expenses and civil rights leaders expressing outrage about the case. And understanding seems to be growing about the issues of gender identity that Fleischman hoped to call attention to.
On Friday, about half the 100 students at Maybeck High School in Berkeley, where Fleischman attended, wore skirts for Skirts for Sasha Day and carried signs reading, “Get well, Sasha, we miss you.”


This is super close to home and hits hard but these high schoolers give me hope. So much hope…

socialismartnature:

Students at Maybeck High School in Berkeley wear dresses and skirts during Skirt for Sasha Day Friday - San Jose Mercury News

This is super close to home and hits hard but these high schoolers give me hope. So much hope…

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mlb:

Boston Strong.

Gomes, you’re the man. Boston strong. I’m so glad the Red Soxs could bring the World Series back to Boston. The city deserves this after all that the last year has held. Such an amazing achievement to celebrate life, success, and baseball. To my hometown, Boston I love you and party on!

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Boston Strong.

Gomes, you’re the man. Boston strong.

I’m so glad the Red Soxs could bring the World Series back to Boston. The city deserves this after all that the last year has held. Such an amazing achievement to celebrate life, success, and baseball. To my hometown, Boston I love you and party on!