CIA Lesbian Genocide - Photos + List of Perps

Ms. Elizabeth A. Sherry
Brooklyn, New York, USA
Phone: +1 (917) 913 - 2479
Email: dandypantsactivist@gmail.com

*** For General Release *** / *** Pour le général de sortie ***

See below for French translation. Voir le texte suivant pour la
traduction française.

To the LGBT community,

Please be advised that images of genocide and ethnic cleansing of the lesbian and bisexual women's population have been declassified by United States Attorney General, the Honorable Ms. Loretta Lynch.

The images declassified feature forensic evidence pertaining to lesbian genocide committed by the Central Intelligence Agency or CIA of The United States. These specific homicides occurred between 1990 -
2015, however the policy of ethnic cleaning by the CIA targeting lesbians in fact dates back to the 1940s and World War II.

A list of convicted death row perpetrators is included in the posted community notice, as well. See link below.

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Warning: THE PHOTO ALBUM LINKED WITHIN THE FOLLOWING COMMUNITY NOTICE CONTAINS EXTREMELY GRAPHIC CONTENT OF FORENSIC EVIDENCE FROM ONGOING HOMICIDE INVESTIGATIONS. PLEASE BE ADVISED.

DO NOT VIEW THE PHOTO ALBUM IF YOU ARE EASILY OFFENDED. THE CONTENT IS SICKENING.

Full details, including declassified images can be found here:
http://queendandypants.livejournal.com/734.html

-- Elizabeth A. Dieudonne Last updated 11 June 2015.

See below for French translation of above text.

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Pour la communauté LGBT,

S'il vous plaît noter que les images de génocide et de ethnique de la population des femmes lesbiennes et bisexuelles ont été déclassifiés par les Etats-Unis procureur général, l'honorable Mme
Loretta Lynch.

Les images déclassifiés disposent preuves médico-légales relatives au genocide lesbiennes commis par l'Agence centrale de renseignement CIA ou des États-Unis. Ces homicides spécifiques ont eu lieu entre 1990 -
2015, cependant la politique de ethnique par la CIA visant les lesbiennes, en fait, remonte aux années 1940 et la Seconde Guerre mondiale.

Une liste des auteurs condamnés à mort est inclus dans l'avis de la communauté affiché, ainsi. Voir le lien ci-dessous.

Attention: L'ALBUM PHOTO LIÉ AU SEIN DE L'AVIS DE LA COMMUNAUTE SUIVANT CONTIENT DE CONTENU extrêmement graphique preuves provenant des enquêtes sur les homicides en cours. S'IL VOUS PLAÎT être conseillé.

NE PAS VOIR LA PHOTO ALBUM SI VOUS facilement offensés. LE CONTENU est
révoltant.

Tous les détails, y compris les images déclassifiés peuvent être
trouvés ici: http://queendandypants.livejournal.com/734.html

- Elizabeth A. Dieudonné
Prochaine du 11 Juin à 2015.
dune

crickets.... is anyone still here?

Hey all. Not sure if this community is still active, but figured I'd try!

My grad students and I are starting a major research project aimed at improving knowledge and awareness regarding stressful experiences faced by folks who identify as trans. It's an anonymous online survey with a 1/25 chance to win a $25 gift card.

Our team includes both trans- and cis-identified folks and we garnered extensive feedback from the trans community on our materials prior to beginning recruitment. We are having a *very* hard time reaching potential participants (probably due to psychology's messy history with gender... don't get me started).

I'm not sure what the protocol for sharing research links is (e.g., on listserves, twitter or facebook, tumblr, wordpress) -- but if it's possible, would you be willing to repost the following for us to your contacts? We'd really appreciate it and need help getting the word out!

Thanks so much for your time :)

HERE'S OUR AD:
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Are you a person of trans experience? Let your voice be heard (and enter to win one of several $25 amazon gift cards)!!

We are a group of researchers from the Marginalization, Mental Health, and Empowerment Team and Columbia University. Our team is made up of LGBTQ folks and allies.

We're interested in learning more about your experiences of marginalization and empowerment as a trans individual.

Click this link or copy/paste into your browser to participate: http://snurl.com/cutrans
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CAA CFP due May 6 - Obsessive Occularity: Visualizing Queerness, Bodies, and Disability

College Art Association Annual Conference

February 12-15, 2014 Chicago, IL

Queer Caucus for Art Panel CFP


Obsessive Occularity: Visualizing Queerness, Bodies, and Disability

Panel Chair - Stefanie Snider, PhD: Snider.Stefanie@gmail.com

The body has been taken up by both people with disabilities and queer people (and of course, queers with disabilities) as a contentious site of identity, empowerment, desire, and community. The rhetoric of embodiment has been considered both in terms of its limitations and its possibilities for numerous marginalized communities. In light of recent scholarship on disability, vision, and visuality by Rosemarie Garland Thomson in Staring: How We Look (Oxford University Press, USA, 2009) and queerness, sexuality, and disability by Robert McRuer in Crip Theory: Cultural Signs of Queerness and Disability (NYU Press, 2006) and Anna Mollow and Robert McCruer in Sex and Disability (Duke University Press, 2012), an increasingly concentrated effort to think about the ways in which visual representations by, for, and/or about how queer and disabled subjects intersect and inform one another seems worthwhile. In particular, how can visual representations of disability and queerness enrich our understandings of the intersections of race, class, gender, and citizenship status over the course of history in local, national, and international arenas?

This panel seeks to contemplate the ways in which visual representations can accentuate the connections between queer and disabled subjects. This panel calls for analyses of queer and/or disabled subjects in fine art, visual culture, and art historical texts in order to ask questions such as: How are embodied queer and disabled sexualities represented in our visual field? How might queer studies, disability studies, and visual studies productively inform each other as methods of research or approaches to pedagogy? How might representations of disability be queered and/or representations of queerness be “disabled”? How do we make the work of visual art production and art history ethical and socially just when they privilege visual information that is not available to a substantial part of the population? Perspectives that concentrate on specific artworks, artists, and/or texts from a variety of cultures and time periods are especially welcomed.

For more information on how to submit your abstract for consideration, please see the College Art Association website at http://www.collegeart.org/proposals/2014callforparticipation

Thank you for your interest!
dune

South Asian Queer, Bi, and Gay men!

Hello! We are part of a diverse research team composed of graduate students and faculty members at Teachers College, Columbia University. We are looking for individuals who would like to participate in a research study exploring the life experiences of South Asian sexual minority men (men whose sexual orientations are gay, bisexual, or queer). This survey should only take about 20 minutes of your time.

After reading below, if you are willing and eligible, please click on the link provided below. Thank you in advance for your time and input. We would really appreciate it if you could pass this message along to anyone else that you think may be eligible and willing to participate, it would be greatly appreciated!

Eligibility Criteria:
* Must be at least 18 years old
*Must identify as a sexual minority man (for example: gay, bisexual, or queer)
*Must identify as South Asian or of South Asian Descent
*Must reside in the United States

If you meet the above eligibility criteria and are interested in participating, please click on the below link to take you to the survey:

https://columbia.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6S8VlLgV3A1lYEI

***This study has been approved by the Teachers College, Columbia University Institutional Review Board: Protocol #12-170. If you have any complaints, questions, concerns, or would like to know the results of the study, please feel free to contact Dr. Riddhi Sandil at sandil@tc.columbia.edu

Help Out with My Brief Online Study

My name is Matthew Robinson and I am a doctoral student in the
Counseling Psychology program at Teachers College, Columbia University.
I am looking for individuals who would like to participate in my
research study exploring gay and bisexual men's attitudes about
parenting. This survey should only take about 20 minutes of your time.

After reading below, if you are willing and eligible, please click on the link provided below....
Thank you in advance for your time and input. Also, I would really
appreciate it if you could pass this message along to anyone else that
you think may be eligible and willing to participate, it would be
greatly appreciated!

Eligibility Criteria:
* Must be at least 18 years old
* Must be biologically male
*Must identify as gay or bisexual
*Must not currently have children


If you meet the above eligibility criteria and are interested in
participating, please click here to take you to the survey or follow the
link below:

https://columbia.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6RnWLKTscUIX140



***This study has been approved by the Teachers College, Columbia
University Institutional Review Board: Protocol 11-355. If you have any
complaints, questions, concerns, or would like to know the results,
please feel free to contact me via e-mail at matthewarobinson@gmail.com
.


Thank you!


Matt



--
Matthew A. Robinson, M.S.
Doctoral Student - Counseling Psychology
Teachers College, Columbia University

My new FTM YOUTUBE Channel!

hello!

im ryan, and im ftm! yah

i just wanted to post about my new youtube channel, where im trying to set up a place for people to talk about ftm everyday issues. Ive set up a few videos already and am open to ideas to make new videos. one of the more important reasons for doing this was because i felt that the lgbt community has a way of excluding queer people of color, and being hispanic myself, i identify with this feeling. i havent seen much out there based on these issues and thought maybe this could be a place for some of that to be spoken about.

well heres the channel check it out!

http://www.youtube.com/user/ryanrendon1?feature=mhum
dune

(no subject)

http://psycnet.apa.org/index.cfm?fa=buy.optionToBuy&id=2010-21335-002

Hi there,

Many months ago I recruited participants from this community for a study about bisexuality. The publication from that study is now available (see link above). Thanks so much to all who participated.

- Results suggested that some forms of "anti-bisexual" stigma and prejudice were related to psychological distress for bisexual people. This is similar to findings about minority stress theory (by Ilan Meyer and others) with LG people.
- Importantly, the first measure of bisexual prejudice resulted from this study.

If you would like a pdf copy, just leave me your email address.

Looking for Interviews with Polyamorous Women

Have you been or are you currently in a consensual relationship with more than one partner, where all partners know about each other? Would you describe yourself or your relationship as polyamorous?

I am looking to interview women between the ages of 18-35 about their experiences in polyamorous relationships. I am especially interested in women from diverse race/ethnicities, social class backgrounds, and sexual identities. Participants must be currently living in the U.S. Interviews can be conducted in-person (if local to San Diego, California) or via e-mail.

All in-person interviewees will receive a $15 gift certificate to either Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble. E-mail participants will be entered into a lottery to win one of five $15 gift certificates to either Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble.

This is a research study being conducted as part of a Master's thesis through San Diego State University. Your participation would be voluntary. You will be asked questions about your experiences with polyamory and its role in your life.

If interested, please contact Sarah Wheeler at swheeler@rohan.sdsu.edu with a short description about yourself (age, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, etc.) and your current or most recent polyamorous relationship. Please also indicate whether you would like to participate via e-mail or in-person interview. Thank you for your interest!

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(Mods, please let me know if this type of posting isn't allowed--I read the community rules and didn't see anything about research inquiries, but I certainly don't want to annoy anyone!)

Cross-posted to poly_grrls

SUNY New Paltz Fake Orgasm Survey

I am inviting you to participate in a survey that I am conducting on faking orgasm. I am a student at SUNY New Paltz. The survey is for a research project on faking orgasm. It has been approved by the Institutional Review Board. In the survey you will be asked a few questions on your own experiences and feelings on orgasm and faking orgasm as well as some general questions on the topic. It is not necessary to have faked, not faked, or even to have had any type of sexual interaction before. This survey is aimed to get the opinions of everyone. It is open to the public only requiring that those who take it are 18 years of age or older. Participation is voluntary and all responses are anonymous. It will take approximately 20-30 minutes to complete. If you feel uncomfortable, you may stop at any time. All responses will be very appreciated. Thank you
for your time!

*The reason I am specifically posting here is because I have received over around 1000 responses, and in my work I would like to have a decent amount of representation of people from various sexualities. I currently have responses from 749 self identified heterosexuals, 29 homosexuals, 62 bisexuals, 21 pansexuals, 16 who are unsure and 16 who claimed another sexuality. As you can see the number drops very drastically. My aim here is to obtain more responses and hopefully more sexual representation within my study. However, this is just a side note. Thanks for your time and enjoy !

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please contact me at: NPorgasmresearch@gmail.com

Below is a link to the survey:

SUNY New Paltz Orgasm Survey