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LGBT or GLBT is an initialism that stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. In use since the 1990s, the term is an adaptation of the initialism LGB, which began to replace the term gay in reference to the broader LGBT community beginning in the mid-to-late 1980s.



cascade of viral social media posts is growing into a movement demanding that police and government stop blaming women for violence against women


What is BLM to you?

What is BLM? Black Lives Matter is a decentralized political and social movement protesting against incidents of police brutality and all racially motivated violence against black people. So the real question is why is BLM to you?

BLM Movement!!

Yes this page we will be talking about BLM and yes for the next page we will be talking about women lives matter and LGBTQ if you want to scroll past those you can but I suggest reading them because they are very important

Black lives matter is so much more

From the time historian Carter Woodson created Negro History Week in 1926 up through today’s celebration of Black History Month, the goal has always been to recognize Black Americans’ prolific contributions that had been ignored, dismissed or diminished in textbooks and popular culture…

Watch the #BlackLivesMatter “We Keep Us Safe” community call. Movement elders and BLM leaders (Patrisse Cullors and Melina Abdullah) share critical safety tips and resources to remember and utilize for the 2021 inauguration and after…

If there’s one thing we know is true, it’s that we keep us safe — not the police, not the authorities. Now, as we face down white supremacist attacks in D.C. and all across the country, it is more important than ever that we look out for and take care of each other…

January 6th was another dark day in America. People across the country — and the world — watched as white supremacists, incited by the white supremacist-in-chief, Donald Trump, carried out an attack inside our nation’s Capitol…

MLK Our dream

As MLK famously said, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” On Monday, Black Lives Matter Global Network will launch its newest arts and culture endeavor centering life, love, joy, rest, and pleasure…

as we honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (who was born on January 15th, 1929), we are still carrying so much of our own pain and grief

Martin Luther king was a social activist and Baptist minister who played a key role in the American civil rights movement from the mid-1950s until his assassination in 1968. King sought equality and human rights for African Americans, the economically disadvantaged and all victims of injustice through peaceful protest. He was the driving force behind watershed events such as the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the 1963 March on Washington, which helped bring about such landmark legislation as the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act.

Although mlk had not intended to follow in his father’s footsteps by joining the ministry, he changed his mind under the mentorship of Morehouse’s president, Dr. Benjamin Mays, an influential theologian and outspoken advocate for racial equality.

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Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation (BLMGNF) released the following statement in response to a Wisconsin District Attorney deciding that Kenosha police officer Rusten Sheskey will not be charged for his August 23, 2020 shooting of Jacob Blake…

Black Lives Matter stands in solidarity with all disenfranchised and displaced people in the Horn of Africa who are affected by violent conflict in Ethiopia…

The attacks the USPS continues to face are not just attacks on the postal service but attacks on Black lives. To defund the USPS would be to deny future generations this opportunity and dishonor the legacy of Black postal workers. Now, we’re taking this matter into our own hands by writing and sending #BlackLoveLetters through USPS…

As Black Lives Matter, we recognize and affirm the sanctity of all Black lives everywhere in the world. Following the murder of an unarmed civilian by the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) unit of the Nigerian police, young people across Nigeria have held protests denouncing years of brutality, torture, abductions, and killings. The demonstrations mark one of the largest Nigerian protest movements in generations.

Woman Lives matter

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Sarah Everard

cascade of viral social media posts is growing into a movement demanding that police and government stop blaming women for violence against women, and intensify the focus on The “Me Too” movement, which focuses on the experiences of sexual violence survivors, has earned a large response in part because sexual harassment and sexual assault impact people every day.

Sarah Everard Was a 33 year old woman, who was last seen March 3 walking home from her friends house. it’s sad to say that she never made it home that day. only to find out nine days later she had been r@ped and murdered. the r@pist and slaughter that was responsible for Sarah’s death was a police officer.
Police officers are supposed to care and protect us also the same officer was involved in her investigation until he was released from it and charged

What is it going to take y'all to understand that it's not woman. It's not what we do say or where is it going to be the fact that an innocent 33 year old woman got killed by a husband a father and even better yet a police officer a woman that took all of the safety precautions that us women have to take to make it home safe. Is that what it's gonna take for y'all to open your eyes and realize it's not us. It's not women. It's not what we do say or wear and it never was and you could go on here and say yeah not all men but it sure as hell is enough women. What's that? Oh, yeah 90. Seven percent 97 percent a woman with a story 3% away from that being a hundred percent three percent away from that being every woman. What is it going to take for y'all to open your eyes this woman took every single safety precaution needed and still ended up dead by the hands of a man. Y'all want to sit here with your eyes closed too many women have stories and not enough men are talking about it. Not enough men are trying to solve this issue. So even after this, are y'all still going to keep your eyes closed?


Why do Women’s Lives & Issues Matter?

Why do Women’s Lives & Issues Matter? Issues affecting women and girls lives matter to me not just because I am a woman, they matter because I believe in gender equity and equal justice for all. Yes, ALL lives matter. I grew up in a household of strong women who weren’t afraid to speak their mind. However, my mom, grandmas, and many of my aunts grew up in a time when there were much more restrictions on women’s career choices and physical movement. Some of them couldn’t go to school because getting an education was the reserve of men, and of boys who were expected to run the household later in life.

My generation benefited from the sacrifices and price my mother and her cohorts paid for us to feel free to do almost anything we wanted to do. It’s easy for some women to thumb their noses at the women’s movement today, but if you take time to read up on history, you’d be shocked to discover that women were considered chattel for many years in the USA. You’d be appalled to learn that there are places in the world today where women are still owned as possessions; like cars and toys. Have you ever asked your Mom what it was like for her growing up? What was it truly like? Not the amnesia induced version … Why is your life different from hers?

“The connections between and among women are the most feared, the most problematic, and the most potentially transforming force on the planet.” Adrienne Rich If you can’t think of a reason, ask the question of someone else and then ponder why you are at a loss for words. Of course, all lives matter … women carry half the sky on this earth, yet, many women around the world live a deferred dream. We need to open our hearts, eyes, and minds to hear our collective voices. We must never forget to speak up for the voiceless.

This page was created to share all our posts and other curated materials on women and girls. If something holds your interest, respond to it. If there is vital information you’d love to share that we can all use to learn and grow, share it. I welcome every visitor to this page; I welcome each and every one of you as a mother, daughter, sister, grandmother, aunt, girlfriend and supporter of women’s rights and human rights.


Amazing quotes from amazing woman

1. Women have always been courageous… They are always fearless when protecting their children and in the last century they have been fearless in the fight for their rights.” Isabel Allende

2. “Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement.” - Helen Keller

3. “You are the one that possesses the keys to your being. You carry the passport to your own happiness.” - Diane von Furstenberg

4. “I was smart enough to go through any door that opened.” - Joan Rivers

5. “Cautious, careful people, always casting about to preserve their reputations can never effect a reform.” - Susan B. Anthony

6. “When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful.” - Malala Yousafzai

7. “Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of achievement.” - Golda Meir

8. “Knowing what must be done does away with fear.” - Rosa Parks

9. “I didn’t get there by wishing for it or hoping for it, but by working for it.” - Estée Lauder

10. “Power’s not given to you. You have to take it.” - Beyoncé Knowles Carter

11. “The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity.” - Amelia Earhart

12. “The difference between successful people and others is how long they spend time feeling sorry for themselves.” - Barbara Corcoran

13. “You can waste your lives drawing lines. Or you can live your life crossing them.” - Shonda Rhimes

14. “I’d rather regret the things I’ve done than regret the things I haven’t done.” - Lucille Ball

15. “I hope the fathers and mothers of little girls will look at them and say ‘yes, women can.’” - Dilma Rousseff

16. “Beware of monotony; it’s the mother of all the deadly sins.” - Edith Wharton

17. “If you don’t risk anything, you risk even more.” - Erica Jong

18. “I have stood on a mountain of no’s for one yes.” - B. Smith

19. “The way we talk to our children becomes their inner voice.” - Peggy O’Mara

20. “You can never leave footprints that last if you are always walking on tiptoe.” - Leymah Gbowee

21. “If you don’t like the road you’re walking, start paving another one.” - Dolly Parton

22. “If you think taking care of yourself is selfish, change your mind. If you don’t, you’re simply ducking your responsibilities.” - Ann Richards

23. “You can’t give up! If you give up, you’re like everybody else.” - Chris Evert

24. “No matter how difficult and painful it may be, nothing sounds as good to the soul as the truth.” - Martha Beck

25. “Done is better than perfect.” - Sheryl Sandberg

26. “One of the secrets to staying young is to always do things you don’t know how to do, to keep learning.” - Ruth Reichl

27. “Be first and be lonely.” - Ginni Rometty

28. “One cannot accomplish anything without fanaticism.” - Eva Perón

29. “Look your best - who said love is blind?” - Mae West

30. “It took me quite a long time to develop a voice, and now that I have it, I am not going to be silent.” - Madeleine Albright

31. “Don’t take too much credit for your children — or too much blame!” - Debora Spar

32. “You can imprison a man, but not an idea. You can exile a man, but not an idea. You can kill a man, but not an idea.” - Benazir Bhutto

33. “Step out of the history that is holding you back. Step into the new story you are willing to create.” - Oprah Winfrey

34. “What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” - Jane Goodall

35. “I firmly believe you never should spend your time being the former anything.” - Condoleezza Rice

36. “I may be wearing makeup, but I can throw a fastball by you at the same time.” - Jennie Finch

37. “A good compromise is one where everybody makes a contribution.” - Angela Merkel

38. “A strong woman is a woman determined to do something others are determined not be done.” - Marge Piercy

39. “I choose to make the rest of my life the best of my life.” - Louise Hay

40. “Drama is very important in life: You have to come on with a bang. You never want to go out with a whimper.” - Julia Child

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About LGBTQ+ & Sexuality

What is LGBTQ+?
LGBT or GLBT is an initialism that stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. In use since the 1990s, the term is an adaptation of the initialism LGB, which began to replace the term gay in reference to the broader LGBT community beginning in the mid-to-late 1980s.

What does Lgbtqi+ stand for?
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI) persons face specific obstacles when it comes to accessing many of their rights, including their right to social protection.

What is the full meany of LGBTQ?

What does the Q in LGBTQQIP2SAA stand for?
lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender
LGBTQQIP2SAA stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, queer, intersex, pansexual, two-spirit (2S), androgynous and asexual. Two-spirit is term used by some indigenous North Americans to describe those who fulfil a traditional third-gender ceremonial role

What does the 2 in LGBTQ2 stand for?
2249. What does LGBTQ2+ mean? LGBTQ2+ is an abbreviation that stands for: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (or sometimes questioning), and two-spirited.

What does Lgbtqqiaap stand for?
LGBTQQIAAP stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Allies and Pansexual.

What defines sexuality?
1 : of, relating to, or associated with sex or the sexes sexual differentiation sexual conflict. 2 : having or involving sex sexual reproduction. Other Words from sexual

What is an example of sexuality?
There are several types of sexual orientation; for example: Heterosexual. People who are heterosexual are romantically and physically attracted to members of the opposite sex: Heterosexual males are attracted to females, and heterosexual females are attracted to males. Heterosexuals are sometimes called "straight."

What is a sexuality?

A person’s sexuality, or sexual orientation, determines whom they do, or do not, feel attraction toward. This attraction is typically sexual or romantic.

Sexual attraction typically describes a person’s desire to have sex or form a sexual relationship with other people. It also often describes physical attraction, or lack thereof, toward others.

Romantic attraction can describe a person’s expression of love within a relationship. This relationship does not have to be sexual, and a person does not have to experience both romantic and sexual attraction in order to have a sexuality.

There are a lot of sexual orientations, and people who identify with one or more may find that their sexuality changes over time. This is perfectly normal — a person’s orientation can be fluid.

Short: def
A person's identity in relation to the gender or genders to which they are typically attracted; sexual orientation

Types of sexuality


A person who identifies as alloromantic experiences romantic attraction to others.


This is an umbrella term.

A person who identifies as allosexual typically feels sexual attraction toward other people. They may also want to have sex with a partner.

People who identify with this orientation may also identify with another sexuality, such as being gay, lesbian, or bisexual.


People who consider themselves androsexual feel attraction toward men, males, or perceived masculinity irrespective of whether or not they were assigned male at birth.


A person who identifies as aromantic may not feel any romantic attraction toward anyone.

People who are aromantic may not want a relationship beyond friendship.

Those who identify with this orientation may also identify with another orientation.

A person’s romantic attraction can differ from their sexual attraction. For example, a person may not be romantically attracted to people but can be sexually attracted to some.


Asexual is an umbrella term that encompasses a broad spectrum of sexual orientations.

According to the LGBTQIA Resource Center, asexuality is a spectrum. Some people may experience no sexual or romantic attraction to anyone, while others may experience varying degrees of sexual or romantic attraction to people.

Those who identify with this orientation do not have to abstain from sex to be asexual.

Some orientations that exist within the asexuality spectrum include:

Sex-averse: This is when a person is averse to or entirely disinterested in sex and sexual behavior.
Sex-favorable: This is when a person has positive feelings toward sex in some situations.
Sex-indifferent: This refers to those who feel neutral about sex and sexual behavior.
Sex-repulsed: This refers to those who are repulsed by sex and sexual behavior.
Cupiosexual: If someone identifies as cupiosexual, they do not experience sexual attraction but still desire to engage in sexual behavior or have a sexual relationship.
Libidoist asexual: This term refers to those who are asexual and experience sexual feelings that they can satisfy with masturbation or self-stimulation.
Graysexual: Those who are graysexual experience sexual attraction either infrequently or not very intensely.
Grayromantic: People who identify as grayromantic may experience romantic attraction either rarely or not very strongly.
Learn more about asexuality here.


Those who are autoromantic experience a romantic attraction toward themselves.

This does not mean that they do not experience romantic attraction toward others as well.


Those who identify as autosexual experience a sexual attraction toward themselves.

Similarly to those who are autoromantic, people who are autosexual may also experience sexual attraction to other people.


People who identify as bicurious are interested in having a sexual or romantic experience with someone of the same gender.

The term indicates that the person experiences some uncertainty as to how they identify romantically or sexually.


People who identify as biromantic feel romantic, but not necessarily sexual, attraction to more than one gender.


A person who identifies as bisexual can be any gender.

Bisexuality means that a person feels attraction toward their own gender and other genders or toward anyone regardless of their gender.

Some people may also use the terms bisexual and pansexual at different times to describe their sexual orientation, the LGBTQIA Resource Center note.


People who identify as demiromantic usually do not feel romantic attraction to people with whom they do not have a strong emotional bond.


A person who identifies as demisexual typically only feels sexual attraction toward a person with whom they have already established a strong emotional bond.

Some people who are demisexual may have no interest or only a slight interest in sexual activity.

Learn more about demisexuality here.


A person who identifies as gay typically only feels sexual attraction toward people of the same gender.

Socially, people use this term to refer to men who are romantically and sexually attracted to men. However, those in the community use it as an umbrella term.

Gynesexual or gynosexual

People who identify as gynesexual feel sexual attraction toward women, females, and perceived femininity irrespective of whether or not they were assigned female at birth.


Those who are heteromantic may experience romantic attraction, but not necessarily sexual attraction, to those of a different gender.


People who are heterosexual, or “straight,” typically feel sexual and romantic attraction toward people who are of a gender different from their own.


Homoromantic refers to people who are romantically attracted to those of a similar gender to their own. They may not be sexually attracted to people of the same gender.


Homosexuality is a term describing those who are emotionally and physically attracted to people of the same gender.

However, the LGBTQIA Resource Center state that this term is outdated and may have negative connotations due to the past.


Those who identify as lesbian are usually women who feel sexual and romantic attraction to other women.

Some nonbinary people, who do not identify with the traditional binary sexes (male and female), may also identify as lesbians. This may be because they feel a closer connection to womanhood and are mainly attracted to women.


Monosexual is an umbrella term encompassing all sexual orientations that feel a romantic or sexual attraction toward only one gender.

Some sexual orientations under this term include heterosexuality, gay, and lesbian.


Multisexual is a broad term that encompasses all sexual orientations in which people are attracted to more than one gender.

Some sexual orientations under this term include bisexual and omnisexual.

Pansexual and omnisexual

These sexual orientations refer to people who feel attraction toward people of all genders and sexes.

A typical identifier for those who are pansexual is that gender is not a huge factor in sexual or romantic attraction.

While there is overlap between these two terms and bisexuality and polysexuality, some people may prefer to use one term over another.


This is a term that refers to those who experience romantic attraction, but not sexual attraction, to someone of any gender or sex.


People who identify as polysexual feel sexual or romantic attraction toward more than one gender.


People of all sexualities under the LGBTQIA+ umbrella may also identify as queer.

They may use the term “queer” to reclaim it, as historically many have used the term as a slur.

Unless a person is a member of the LGBTQIA+ community, it is generally not a good idea to use this term.


People who identify as skoliosexual typically only feel attraction toward people who are nonbinary.


Spectrasexual is a term that describes those who are romantically and sexually attracted to multiple sexes, genders, and gender identities but not all of them.

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