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  Over the years, there has been rumors within private settings that Catholic Priests could be Gays considering the environment in which they operate both as a Deacon and once Ordained as a Priest. They take pride in living a celibacy life, signifying purity and holiness and I being a Catholic too and a staunch one, having been an altar boy, I relate more to these...

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Cancer Facts for Lesbians, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People.   Some of the most common types of cancer among women are breast, colon, endometrial (uterine), cervical, lung, and skin cancer. Knowing about these cancers and what you can do to help prevent them or find them early (when they're small and easier to treat) may help save your life.     Barriers Studies have found that Lesbians, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender...

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Different Love, Different Feelings, Different Stakes.   We all speak one language, the language of  Love although not many know its true nature or even feel it. I have spoken this language many years of my life but I realised you can easily get hurt, killed, healed, confused, sick, happy, and possibly get lost in another world of your own because of the language, love.   My first lessons...

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Human rights are universal and ought to be respected no matter the age, gender or state of mind. This cumulatively includes Health rights and freedom of choice and expression, therefore access to health services should be open and accessible to every person.   In this write up I would like to relate to the health challenges and difficulties special interest groups go through every day while other...

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  I am a brother, I am a son and a friend to many and I am proud to be whom I am. It has taken me courage to come out of the closet about my sexuality but shocking enough it has made me go through the worst that life can offer but I have survived thanks to Nyarwek Network because they came to my rescue...

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