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Activision Blizzard Announces New LGBTQ+ Friendly Overwatch 2 Competitive and Shoutcaster Program

Activision Blizzard Announces New LGBTQ+ Friendly Overwatch 2 Competitive and Shoutcaster Program

screenshot: snowstorm Today, Activision Blizzard announced three plans Overwatch 2competitive and leisure scene. These aim to foster a healthy environment with a focus on its new and returning LGBTQ+ player base. In an article titled “Summon all heroes,” This Overwatch The team and its competitive esports program, the Overwatch League (OWL), have announced that they …

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Activision Blizzard Announces New LGBTQ+ Friendly Overwatch 2 Competitive and Shoutcaster Program

Activision Blizzard Announces New LGBTQ+ Friendly Overwatch 2 Competitive and Shoutcaster Program

screenshot: snowstorm Today, Activision Blizzard announced three plans Overwatch 2competitive and leisure scene. These aim to foster a healthy environment with a focus on its new and returning LGBTQ+ player base. In an article titled “Summon all heroes,” This Overwatch The team and its competitive esports program, the Overwatch League (OWL), have announced that they …

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Two Iranians sentenced to death, including LGBTQ activist

Two Iranians sentenced to death, including LGBTQ activist

One of them, Zahra Sedighi-Hamadani, was described by Amnesty International earlier this year as a gender nonconforming person and LGBTI activist, “due to her real or perceived sexual orientation and gender identity, as well as her social media posts. Detention by the authorities and statement of defending the rights of LGBTI.” Elham Chobdar was also …

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Analysis: Why Singapore's gay sex law change is a double-edged sword for LGBTQ activists

Analysis: Why Singapore’s gay sex law change is a double-edged sword for LGBTQ activists

On another look, to many, this seems like a double-edged sword. That’s because in ending the law, the Singaporean government reiterated its opposition to same-sex marriage. Shortly after declaring consensual same-sex sex was no longer illegal, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said in his annual rally speech in August that his government would “preserve and …

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