GLBT


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GLBT

abbr.
gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender
Translations
LGBT
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A company's international placement strategy may need to vary based on the host country's laws and culture to show that the organization's policies apply and that benefits are available to GLBT seconded employees.
Torquere publishes every genre of romance, from paranormal to western to sci-fi, as long as the main characters are GLBT. They have also expanded with Prizm, the first YA GLBT publisher and a subsidiary of Torquere Press, which began in 2008 and targets a young and new adult audience.
As a community we must speak out when these violations happen and demand that our local and national media reflect that GLBT people deserve the same rights and dignity as other members of society.
The employees produced a video in support of the It Gets Better Project, a worldwide movement to show young GLBT people the levels of happiness and acceptance they can reach by persevering through their teen years.
There has been relatively little integration scholarship from Christian psychologists on the topics of homosexuality, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender (GLBT) issues, and sexual identity as, say, compared to theoretical integration or worldview integration.
Typically, evangelical authors condemn same-sex relationships while using biology and the Bible to support their positions, while the GLBT community has also used biology to insist on the biological origins of sexual orientation.
Now, he continued, GLBT people must take up that baton.
"ChargAe d'Affaires Ambassador Richard Hoagland and members of Gays and Lesbians in Foreign Affairs Agencies (GLIFFA) hosted Embassy Islamabad's first ever gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) Pride Celebration on June 26," the US Embassy said in a statement.
"In the early days, one of the questions asked about a GLBT book was, 'Does the character die?'" he quipped jokingly.
In cancer research and registries, gender and sexual identity data are also not usually collected, making it difficult to identify cancer clusters in the GLBT population.
The GLBT movement has embraced the trans community (along with bisexuals) as its own, but clearly any definition of a "lifestyle" that presupposes a specific kind of sexual activity is far too narrow to be taken seriously.
Part I consists of three chapters; the first introduces the topic, the second provides a comprehensive history of gay and lesbian literature, and the third covers collection development and readers' advisory issues related to GLBT literature.