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GLBTGay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered
GLBTGay, Lesbiche, Bisessuali, Transessuali (Italian: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transexual)
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GLBT employees who are considering international assignments want employers to understand their concerns regarding such assignments.
For an hour every day, a book by your favorite GLBT romance author will be free through our website.
Within over half the states, including Kansas, there are no laws that protect GLBT persons from discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
"No one should have to endure bullying and violence," said SVP-chief innovation officer Wayne Delker, who serves as executive sponsor of Clorox Pride, the employee resource group (ERG) for GLBT employees and their advocates.
It is noteworthy that most of what is available on homosexuality, GLBT issues, and sexual identity are not scholarly resources, nor are they empirical studies.
In his own words, Marin "elevates the conversation" from simply a prescription for gay and lesbian persons to repent to a conversation about what it means to be Christian, and the manner in which Christ-like Christians would respond to the plight of the GLBT community.
Mills noted the federal government's strides in giving GLBT employees the same benefits as other employees and said the Department also advocates for GLBT rights in other nations.
In formal remarks at the ceremony, Ambassador Hoagland underscored US President Barack Obama's GLBT Pride Proclamation on May 31 that, "we rededicate ourselves to the pursuit of equal rights for all, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
The increasing range of GLBT characters in the literature gives teens more opportunities to identify with it, notes Dale McNeill, director of community library services, Queens Library, New York, and ALA GLBT Round Table co-chair.
Because one can't tell who is GLBT by appearance and intake forms often do not include this information, De Groot says that it is important to ask.
What makes the Right's whole notion so ludicrous is that the GLBT world itself--if such a "world" exists--has always struggled to find a center of gravity, a set of symbols or slogans at a minimum, capable of uniting what really is a proverbial herd of cats.
Part II lists works of fiction, biography, and drama, selected according to the following criteria: award status (mostly GLBT awards), GLBT content, availability, publishing date (mostly after 1969), English language publication, age appropriateness for adults (books of teen interest are indicated with a "teen" symbol), and racial and cultural diversity.