LGBT

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LGBT

abbr.
lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender

LGBT

abbreviation for
(Sociology) lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender
n, pl LGBT's or LGBTs
(Sociology) a lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender person
Translations
pédégouine

LGBT

abbr lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. V. lesbian.
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For those with little familiarity with Russo and an interest in gay and lesbian history or politics, activism, LGBTIQ cinema, or AIDS, then, this text is an invaluable must.
Organizers of the LGBTIQ event claimed also that the activists broke into the private territory illegally.
Grants will be given to eligible organisations that demonstrate a sound understanding and experience of working with the LGBTIQ community.
This collection of LGBTIQ poetry does not disappoint from the first to the last page, offering up not only personal pedagogical anecdotes but also the most beautiful yet painful, heart-wrenchingly honest poetry I can recall reading in recent memory.
18) Programmes for young people that challenge gender roles and power relations, promote young women's empowerment, respect for young women's equal rights, respect for the rights of LGBTIQ persons, and emphasise the unacceptability of violence can have a powerful impact in stopping the cycle of violence.
The collection features essays and profiles of libraries, archives, professionals, and projects, some of which integrate personal stories of contributors' own experiences as LGBTIQ patrons.
They wanted to create a personal way to reach out and tell LGBTIQ youth that in fact it does get better.
Students also differ not only with respect to their gender orientations, but their consciousness of LGBTIQ issues, which clearly warrant "a place at the blackboard" (Savage & Harley, 2009) in developmentally diverse classrooms.
6) As a result, it has been far more difficult than it commonly seems to speak of LGBTIQ (7) people in any easy fashion.
I think we're up to six: LGBTIQ (the final "Q" is for "questioning").
The LGBTIQ activists found it encouraging that a representative of the Human Rights Commission of Kenya as well as a human rights lawyer from Zimbabwe participated in one of the panel discussions at the Q-Spot.
Now you know why West supported the LGBTIQ community