This is from the POV of a lesbian. I'm taking this question to be asking about the general culture in the LGBT+ community, rather than the individuals in the community themselves.Pros:Extremely accepting, including with aspects unrelated to sexuality. With most of us being used
The number of Hacking communities in the Deep Web is very high as reported by several investigations published by security firms and cyber-experts, hackforum, Trojanforge, Mazafaka, dark0de ,TheRealDealThe majority of the hacking communities are closed to the public and one must request an invitation to join the discussions.Among the communities accessible only
Should straight people be included in the LGBT+ community?They are the majority sexuality.And, if we want everyone equal and to stop discriminating, wouldn't it be best to include them to show that they are no different from the rest? Isn't it sort of discriminating to not include
I helped organize HackIllinois, so I am biased, but based on research I conducted at the event, there are different measures of success for each person. These are the best hackathons depending on what your goal is, organized by some of the main motivations for attending hackathons.
G here (of LGBT) since age 5.The one thing I could never understand about the LGBT is the drag or cross-dressing sub-culture.If we fight for marriage equality, equal treatment and emphasise that being LGBT is no different from the majority in all aspects of life except on whom