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June is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month, established to recognize the impact that gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals have had on the world. Below you will find examples of what some Diversity Best Practices member companies are doing to acknowledge and celebrate Pride Month. Through the conversation, AIR Pride will provide information to facilitate an understanding of the issues and needs of our co-workers, colleagues, and clients who live with the potential bias and discrimination from both identities.
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Did you know that a group of lions is called a "pride"? This funny pun tank top features a lion pride that is colorful and gay just like some of our favorite people! Here at Boredwalk, gay pride is a no brainer!
Disney 's remake of "The Lion King" is a faithful recreation of the classic. While there are moments that look like shot-for-shot re-creations of the original, the remake adds a few scenes with the film's villain, detailing why Scar would want to kill his older brother and nephew. It turns out the Disney villain wasn't just power-hungry.
A photograph of two male lions seemingly in an amorous embrace has some humans clutching their pearls. After the release of the photograph, taken in August at Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve, Ezekiel Mutua, the chief executive of the Kenya Film Classification Board, blamed humans or maybe demons for the male-on-male mounting. The actual story behind the photograph shows that Mutua got some things wrong.
IN THE jungle, the mighty jungle, the lion sleeps tonight. But who is he sleeping next to? That is the thought troubling Ezekiel Mutua, chief executive of the Kenya Film Classification Board, after the Nairobi News reported two maned lions in the Maasai Mara had been spotted in an intimate embrace, raising speculation that Kenya is host to a pair of gay lions. Mutua — who has been campaigning against depictions of homosexuality since his appointment inwants action.
The opening number is still stunning. The effect is magical. Then the characters start speaking and the magic crumbles.