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Colors Of Love ❤️

The world isn’t just male and female anymore, nor man and woman as one, love is found too in same sex relationships and marriage, and sex reaches far beyond the two that we come to know, and there needs to be acceptance, as well as education, and equal rights for the LGBTQ+ community, which is why Lauren Conrad and crew today provide 8 resources of LGBTQ+ history and rights, here’s a few noted ones.

Disclosure

“Disclosure” is a must-watch documentary for an eye-opening look on how Hollywood’s depictions of trans people in film and television reflect our own anxieties about gender. The documentary features commentary from trans thinkers and creatives and is a wonderful film that is necessary to seeing and understanding the lives of trans people.

The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson

Marsha P. Johnson was a trans rights activist that fought for trans women’s rights, and played an integral in the Stonewall Uprising. This documentary focuses on her friend, Victoria Cruz’s, investigation into her suspicious death in 1992.

Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches by Audre Lorde

Black lesbian poet and feminist writer Audre Lorde’s collection of 15 essays and speeches tackles everything from racism, sexism, and homophobia, to class and social differences. Her words are moving and thoughtful, and offer us a message of hope for the future.

Daniel Quintanilla

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