Post Tagged with: "LGBT"

LGBT Pride: Marching on the Front Lines

LGBT Pride: Marching on the Front Lines

Pride events remain a critical moment of visibility of the LGBT movement. But the global movement will continue to progress and create new alliances for gaining equality.

A Seat at the Table: International LGBTQ Rights at the United Nations

A Seat at the Table: International LGBTQ Rights at the United Nations

Despite promising developments, initiatives to include sexual orientation and gender identity as protected categories under law have largely failed at the United Nations.

The Irish Same-Sex Marriage Referendum: Its Meaning for LGBT Rights in the EU

The Irish Same-Sex Marriage Referendum: Its Meaning for LGBT Rights in the EU

LGBT rights promotion across Europe remains an elite-level project. The EU must work directly with national partners to demonstrate that they matter equally.

Review – Sexualities in World Politics

Review – Sexualities in World Politics

A timely collection that reflects the contemporary zeitgeist of LGBT politics, raises important disciplinary questions, and promises to open up new dialogue within IR.

Queering Paradigms: From Individual Resistance to Global-Local Impact

Queering Paradigms: From Individual Resistance to Global-Local Impact

Performative scholarship as activism promises further advances in Social Justice. Ethically, there is no ‘mere criticality’; there is always also societal responsibility.

LGBT Politics, Queer Theory, and International Relations

LGBT Politics, Queer Theory, and International Relations

Stemming from various fields, queer theory-inspired research combines an inter-disciplinary epistemology to advance new critical perspectives on sexualities and beyond.

Religion, Same-Sex Marriage, and the Language of the Public Square

Religion, Same-Sex Marriage, and the Language of the Public Square

Recent political discourse on same-sex marriage suggests that Christian conservatives in the US are undergoing a readjustment of public rhetoric, outreach, and perhaps of policy positions.

LGBT Rights in Turkey: The Long Road To Tolerance

LGBT Rights in Turkey: The Long Road To Tolerance

Turkish society’s attitude towards lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals is challenging. Although the current picture is bleak, LGBT activists and their allies are working hard to make Turkey a more tolerant place.

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