LGBTQIA

AcronymDefinition
LGBTQIALesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Intersex and Allies
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Jackson, co-founder of the Gay and Lesbian Archive of Mid-America (GLAMA), will read from his book Changing Times: Almanac and Digest of Kansas City's LGBTQIA History, Jackson's book chronicles Kansas City's pivotal role - colorful yet mostly unknown -- in LGBTQIA individuals' early struggle for equal rights.
While they may not support the LGBTQIA youth that are the Rainbow Caf, these young people were reaching out to learn about our democracy and prepare themselves as future voters.
With the support of the British High Commission, MARG supports LGBTQIA people in India to achieve full enjoyment of their human rights.
Caption: Outlawing disapproval: Professor Vitit Muntarbhorn, the newly appointed UN independent expert on sexual orientation and gender identity, is leading the charge to make it illegal to disapprove of LGBTQIA "lifestyles.
Read together, these two versions of Holding the Man can act as stimuli for the discussion of 'universal' coming-of-age themes like outsider experience and sexual awakening, but also the more specific social histories of LGBTQIA movements and HIV/AIDS in the 'crisis years' before the advent of life-saving antiretroviral drugs dramatically altered the implications of an HIV-positive diagnosis.
A recent Canadian senate standing committee report on cyberbullying (Jaffer and Brazeau) found that belonging to or being aligned with a marginalized identity group such as LGBTQIA also increases the risk of being a target (Bailey and Steeves; Kowalski et al.
It defined diversity as "including (but not limited to) LGBTQIA, people of color, gender diversity, people with disabilities, and ethnic, cultural, and religious minorities.
Mission: To provide advocacy, leadership, support and outreach to LGBTQIA youth and their allies.
But then the LGBTQIA community realized that to be equal, they should have the opportunity to marry.
At Boulder, the standard shorthand is LGBTQ (for Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgendered, and Queer); at Bowdoin College in Maine, it's LGBTQIA (adding Intersex and Asexual); while down the road at Bates College it's LGBTIQQ (the second Q for Questioning).
1069, 1072-73 (2012) (describing "sexual orientation resisters" who oppose the notion that "the biological sex of one's partner is of key importance in matters of self-identity"); Michael Schulman, Generation LGBTQIA, N.
At times, there is overlap in the literature regarding sexual orientation and gender identity, by grouping together "sexual minority" individuals or through inclusive groupings such as LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) or LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex, and allies).