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LOCLibrary Of Congress
LOCLines Of Code (software development)
LOCLine Of Credit
LOCLevel Of Consciousness (medical)
LOCLocation
LOCLine of Control
LOCLocate(ing)
LOCLoss of Control
LOCLocality
LOCLetter Of Credit
LOCLength of Cut (measurement)
LOCLocal Organizing Committee (various organizations)
LOCLine of Coverage (insurance)
LOCLine of Communications (US DoD)
LOCLetter of Confirmation (various organizations)
LOCLevel of Care
LOCLoss of Consciousness
LOCLocative (vestigial Latin case)
LOCLeague of Champions (various locations)
LOCLines of Communication
LOCList of Contributors
LOCLemoyne-Owen College (Memphis, TN, USA)
LOCLocalizer (instrument flying)
LOCLength-of-Curve (stress metric)
LOCLeft of Center (Charlottesville, VA)
LOCLab On a Chip
LOCLocal Operating Company
LOCLearning outside the Classroom (various organizations)
LOCLow Operating Cost
LOCLevel Of Concern
LOCLexus Owners Club (car club)
LOCLife of Crime (game)
LOCLoop Online Control
LOCLines of Code
LOCLocate
LOCLocus of Control
LOCLesbians of Color (various locations)
LOCLand of Confusion
LOCLow Organic Carbon
LOCLeftover Crack (band)
LOCLost Opportunity Cost
LOCLetter of Commendation
LOCLetter of Compliance
LOCLateral Orbitofrontal Cortex
LOCLoss of Cell
LOCLoss of Cell (delineation; ATMF)
LOCLetter Of Consent
LOCLord of Chaos (Wheel of Time; book 6)
LOCLogic of Constraints
LOCLake Ontario Counties (Rochester, NY)
LOCLead On Chip
LOCLimiting Oxidant Concentration
LOCLoss of Containment
LOCLogistics Operations Center
LOCLoss of Continuity (Sprint-ATM)
LOCLearning Opportunity Center (various locations)
LOCLeague Online Community (National League of Cities)
LOCLocal Oversight Committee (Oak Ridge, Tennessee)
LOCLoan Origination Center
LOCLetter Of Counseling
LOCLand of Chocolate (band)
LOCLoop On-Line Control
LOCLaunch Operations Center
LOCLine Out Converter
LOCLoss of Carrier
LOCLoss of Clock (DSC)
LOCLimited Operational Capability
LOCLarge Optical Cavity
LOCLicense of Occupation
LOCLAN Operations Center
LOCLabuan Online Community
LOCLiquid Organic Cleaner (Amway)
LOCLevel of Operational Capability
LOCLaxative of Choice
LOCLowest Outgoing Channel
LOCLocal Operator Console
LOCLetter of notification of personnel Clearance
LOCOxygen Lance Cutting (welding)
LOCLunar Orbit Capture
LOCLondon Open College
LOCLoss of Channel (Cisco)
LOCLeft Outer Canthus
LOCLetter Of Conditions
LOCLords of Crabula (gaming clan)
LOCLockout Chamber
LOCLogical Output Channel
LOCLynn Operations Center
LOCLower Order Concern (writing)
LOCLove of Crip
LOCLife of Company
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"I was so emotional and excited that such an event existed and hoped that something like it would always exist." Soon after, she was invited by LezbnsNPower, Boston's biggest promoter for lesbians of color at the time, to perform for its Talent Showcase.
Some lesbians of color might have to choose between their lesbian self and their ethnic origin because of how same-sex love is perceived in their community.
Not surprisingly, given his upbringing, Rivers also includes a chapter on the culture of lesbian feminist households and communities of the 1970s, which he describes as "resistance communities" that "actively questioned patriarchal and heterosexual values" and raised their children in "woman-centered, avowedly feminist environments." These communities included both white lesbians and lesbians of color, although racial tensions sometimes motivated lesbians of color to start their own communal living arrangements.
Playing off of an existing events database of thousands of clients, the couple initially geared the business toward lesbians of color. "It is something that was lacking.
and Asha's Mums allow lesbians of color and their children a chance to see their lives validated, the multiple oppressions lesbians of color encounter are not addressed.
Saxey describes how lesbians of color struggle to find language for their experiences: "Finding gay or lesbian community is the 'happy ending' of many coming out stories, the end of the protagonist's search.
"She was part of the gay community, feminist community, and recovery community," says friend Sheila Alexander-Reid, founder of Women in the Life, a magazine for lesbians of color. "She had turned her life around and rose far beyond her wildest dreams." Alexander-Reid, like others from Alston's life, talks about how Alston would push everyone around her to live and work to the fullest: "She raised my profile.
Counselors working with lesbians of color need to understand how racism and sexism within a client's racial/ethnic community might interact to compound her experiences of both external and internalized heterosexism and how experiences of racism within the LGB community might contribute to her feelings of alienation and distress (Greens, 1994).
And yet, the absence of lesbians and people of color (not to mention lesbians of color) bears mentioning.
What Garber sees in the poetry is "a sort of post-modern identity politics" that she calls "identity poetics." Though the definition of "identity poetics" is a little elusive, Garber knows it when she sees it, and she sees it most clearly in the poetry of working-class lesbians and lesbians of color. Central to their writing, particularly as it revolves around lesbian subjectivity, are issues of silence and voice, race and racism, class, gender, sex, and cultural mythologies.
As such, some lesbians of color will seek out therapy to help alleviate some of their psychological distress, and counselors and therapists must be ready to address their unique concerns.
FEMMENOIR (http://www.femmenoir.net/), for lesbians of color and other women of color worldwide, is a site "designed to build self-esteem through our history and culture" and "to provide a platform for lesbians of color to express themselves at a time when information truly is power on this information superhighway."