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Increase Your Income with Business Coaches Caleb & Matthew of LGBTQ Entrepreneur

Increase Your Income with Business Coaches Caleb & Matthew of LGBTQ Entrepreneur | PinkieB.com | Gay and Lesbian Life | Scoop.it
How do you succeed without giving up what makes you unique? If you're an LGBT Entrepreneur then this podcast is for you!
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Leading out loud: Executive presence and communication for LGBT leaders

Leading out loud: Executive presence and communication for LGBT leaders | PinkieB.com | Gay and Lesbian Life | Scoop.it
JD Schramm, a lecturer in organizational behavior at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business spoke at Bloomberg’s San Francisco Technology Hub about the importance of LGBT leaders to lead with their authentic self and transparency, which can result in successful outcomes.
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Writer and Philanthropist Chuck Forester on Gay Sex in the 1970s

Writer and Philanthropist Chuck Forester on Gay Sex in the 1970s | PinkieB.com | Gay and Lesbian Life | Scoop.it
"In the 70s, society labeled gay men irresponsible hedonists, so we proudly owned it and by declaring our love of sex we made a political statement."
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Sites of LGBT history move toward national landmark status

Sites of LGBT history move toward national landmark status | PinkieB.com | Gay and Lesbian Life | Scoop.it
The creation of Stonewall National Monument not only marked the first time a landmark related to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history reached that status, but was the most visible step in a campaign the National Park Service started in 2014 to identify sites of LGBT heritage and tell their stories.
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In a city synonymous with the gay rights movement, that raises a question: What sites or neighborhoods that have been part of that history should be considered for such a designation next?

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