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LGBT Equality Doesn’t Exist – But Here’s How to Fight For It

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By David Miller

When I came out as gay in my sophomore year of college, I absolutely loved going to Tigerheat – a kitschy 18-and-over gay club in Los Angeles. I mostly remember my nights there as frivolous fun, but they also had deeper meaning. That’s where I first learned how to openly and unabashedly celebrate being gay.

Gay Asian Americans Seen as More “American”

For Asian Americans who are gay or lesbian, their sexual orientation may make them seem more “American” than those who are presumed straight.

The Consent of the Governed May Depend on Who’s Doing the Governing

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Historically, elected office in the United States has been a white man’s game. Racial and gender diversity among winners of House, Senate, and gubernatorial elections have increased steadily since the late 1980s, but as a nation we are far from parity. The current Congress is the most diverse in U.S. history, and the incoming 116th Congress will likely be even more so.