A gay Tamil teenage girl living in the USA, a debater, writer, feminist, and rationalist. And oh, by the way, still in the closet. I'm here to share my thoughts, but mostly I'm just trying to figure life out.
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One morning, as my mom walked into my room, I belatedly realized that I had left a copy of Out & Equal at Work: From Closet to Corner Office out on the floor in plain view. Please don't notice, please don't notice, I willed in my mind. But no such luck.
I'll admit, it's not always easy trying to advocate for LGBT rights from deep within the closet. Being vice president of my school's GSA, I constantly put myself out there while holding back just enough, laughing things off, and sometimes having to say no. I keep secrets, and I feel the negative repercussions every day. It's in the confusion I feel when I tell my best friend I'm going to a GSA meeting, but can't tell her why. It's in the way I avoid my mom's gaze when I make up an excuse to go to an GSA lock-in, or when I hide the rainbow ribbons and LGBT books at the back of my shelf or the bottom of my backpack.
Why now? Because it simply cannot wait.
I can't believe I only came across The New Normal last week!! Welcome to my severe case of "Where have you been all my life?!?"-itis.
The show centers around a gay couple, Bryan and David, who are planning to have a baby. Meanwhile, Goldie is a single mom who moves from Ohio to California with her daughter Shania, and followed by her bigoted, ultra-conservative grandmother. When Goldie decides to become a surrogate, and gets paired up with Brian and David (add a little brilliant humor), a new kind of amazing family is born.
Redefining the Family
This show does an amazing job showing that no matter gay or straight, single or married, related by blood or not, love is what holds a family together.
Or as Shania so eloquently puts it...
The struggles that Bryan and David go through are just what every parent goes through when having their first child. Is it a boy or a girl? What were we hoping for? Who's going to stay at home? How are we going to provide a safe environment? It's personalized a little here and there to show the unique challenges that gay couples face, but the main picture is one of a supporting family trying to bring a new life into the world.
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The season of presents is just around the corner. Have you given yourself this important gift?
Whoever you are, remember you are beautiful!!
Last night, historic victories were achieved and voters overcame huge milestones in civil rights and equality. For the LGBT community, this year's election has been an occasion worth celebrating.
Congratulations Mr.President! I am personally relieved knowing that the president of my country will support and fight for my rights.
It's important to note that President Obama's reelection was carried largely by Women, Latino, African-American, and LGBT voters, sending the GOP a clear message that they cannot continue to ignore and degrade women and minorities.
Tammy Baldwin was elected from Wisconsin, making history as the FIRST openly LGBT Senator in the United States! She also became Wisconsin's first woman Senator. Alongside her, 12 other LGBT candidates were triumphant.
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