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Entrevistamos a autodefensa informática | Radios Libreshttps://radioslibres.net/article/entrevistamos-a-autodefensa-informatica/

Hace tiempo que queríamos tenerles en Radios Libres y conversar con ellos. Pensamos que febrero es un buen momento ya que se celebra el Día por la Internet Segura el segundo martes de mes. Este año 2017 toca el martes 7 de febrero.

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Meet Iran's gay mullah forced to flee the country - BBC News

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Meet Iran's gay mullah forced to flee the country - BBC News
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Published on Jun 8, 2016
In Iran, homosexuality is banned and punishable by execution under its strict code of sharia, or Islamic law. In a country dominated by the religious class, being gay is taboo, and especially among the establishment. One Iranian gay cleric, who conducted gay weddings in secret, was forced to flee the country, and has been threatened with death. BBC Persian's Ali Hamedani reports.
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12 Transgender Celebrities Who Were Famous Years Before Caitlyn Jenner

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They were born men, but became famous women. Transgender people have been World War II veterans, Bond girls, international models and TV and movie stars.

Here are 13 famous individuals that challenged the public's perception of gender long before Caitlyn Jenner.

1. Christine Jorgensen

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Born George William Jorgensen Jr., Christine became the first publicly known transgender person in 1952 when the World War II veteran from the Bronx agreed to a profile in the New York Daily News after her transgender surgeries, which were performed in Europe.

Christine became an international celebrity (seen above with Milton Berle), and started a dialogue about transgender rights that is coming to fruition decades later. The subject of best-selling books and a movie, Jorgensen also worked as an actress and nightclub entertainer and spoke at college campuses about LGBT issues. She died in 1989 of cancer just shy of her 63rd birthday.

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2. Renée Richards


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Dr. Renée Richards was an ophthalmologist and professional tennis player as a man. In 1975, Richards underwent sex reassignment surgery -- and tried to continue her tennis career. She was denied entry into the 1976 U.S. Open in the women's singles competition, but the New York Supreme Court ruled in her favor in 1977. This was a landmark decision in favor of transsexual rights.

3. Caroline Cossey

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A must-have feature of any James Bond film is beautiful women, and to promote the 1981 Roger Moore Bond film "For Your Eyes Only," Playboy magazine published a nude pictorial of the lovely ladies. Soon after, the British press outed Caroline Cossey, a.k.a Tula, born Barry Kenneth Cossey.

At first, Cossey contemplated suicide, but soon embraced her transgender status, wrote two autobiographies and continued her modeling career for another decade. She has been happily married since 1992 and lives near Atlanta.

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4. Jenna Talackova

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Jenna is a Canadian model who gained a lot of media attention in 2012 when she successfully waged a legal battle to be allowed to compete in the Miss Universe Canada after being initially disqualified for being a trans woman.

She sued Miss Universe pageant kingpin Donald Trump, but Trump gave up and allowed her to compete before the case went to trial. She's only 26, and is in the midst of a successful career.

5. Lea T

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Leandro Medeiros Cerezo was born in Brazil, raised in Italy and underwent sexual reassignment surgery in 2012. As a successful international model, she has become a pop culture icon in the LGBT community.

6. Isis King
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Isis King had sex reassignment surgery in 2009 and then made a national name for herself as the first trans woman to appear on "America's Next Top Model" and has indeed established herself as a top model.

7. Candis Cayne

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Born Brendan McDaniel, one of two male fraternal twins, in Maui, Hawaii, Candis became the first transgender actress to play a recurring transgender character in primetime television in 2007. The show was ABC's "Dirty Sexy Money," which ran for two seasons. She continues to work consistently in film and television, most recently in a recurring role on the CBS show "Elementary."

8. Carmen Carrera


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Born Christopher Roman in New Jersey, Carmen is mainly known for appearing on the third season of the Logo reality television series "RuPaul's Drag Race," but she is also a successful model, burlesque performer and actress.

9. Geena Rocero

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Born in the Philippines, Geena became an international model, but that's not her biggest accomplishment. She is the founder of Gender Proud, an advocacy and aid organization that stands up for the right of transgender people all over the world to "self-identify with the fewest possible barriers." She's certainly doing that.

10. Janet Mock
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Beautiful -- and brainy, too. Janet was born in Hawaii and was also raised in Oakland, California. A former staff editor at People magazine, she has become an outspoken advocate of LGBT rights and authored a best-selling book, "Redefining Realness." She is also a contributing editor to Marie Claire magazine.

11. Nina Poon

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One of the stars of the VH1 reality show "TRANSform Me," Nina was born in Vietnam and raised in Orlando, Florida, and grew up to be a fashion designer. Her acting credits include "Fighting," starring Terrence Howard and Channing Tatum, and was the first transgender female to model in full page ads featured in Vanity Fair, Vogue, the New York Times and Marie Claire.

12. Laverne Cox
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Laverne, born in Alabama, has taken the transgender movement to a new level -- one that even Caitlyn Jenner hasn't reached. Cox, a star of the hit Netflix series "Orange Is the New Black," is not only the first openly transgender actress to be nominated for an Emmy Award, but is also the first openly transgender person to appear on the cover of Time magazine. You go, girl!
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National Geographic will feature a 9-year-old transgender girl,

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“The best part about being a girl is, now I don’t have to pretend to be a boy.”


The January 2017 issue of National Geographic will feature a 9-year-old transgender girl, Avery Jackson, on the cover to celebrate the “gender revolution.” This is the first time in the magazine’s long history that a transgender person will appear on the cover. Her photograph is accompanied by a powerful caption: “The best part about being a girl is, now I don’t have to pretend to be a boy.”

Though Jackson only appears on the subscriber version of the magazine, the newsstand version will still feature transgender, intersex, and other non-binary people on the cover.

According to National Geographic, this gender-centric issue will spotlight articles about modern American standards of beauty, the quickly changing definition of masculinity, and the science behind gender identity to explore the cultural, social, biological, and personal aspects of gender.Image/photo
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Talulah-Eve Brown, 22, is a transgender beauty queen from Birmingham.

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#TransVisibility: 'Britain’s Next Top Model returns for a new series next month, the modelling show will feature it’s first ever transgender contestant.
Talulah-Eve Brown, 22, is a transgender beauty queen from Birmingham.
Talulah-Eve describes her look as “instantly recognisable” and “versatile”, believing she can “win the competition because there is no one like her”.'
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100% fully agree.
Let's bust the gender binary so that those who want to reclaim their binarity either way are safe and welcome to do so.
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This stupid people go to start a nuclear war just by accident. Uff is not the red button sorry
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El humor de Miguel Lago
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Israel deploys 'Star Wars' missile killer system - Israel deploys 'Star Wars' missile killer system
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[i][Este dalas no es mas subnormal por que no entrena.
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Slavery (wage slavery too) is Conservative value, even if closeted, so poverty, bankruptcy with medical bill a plus https://twitter.com/DrJillStein/status/811707960263114752
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La España de finales de los 70's...

Baccara - Yes Sir, I Can Boogie (1977)

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Baccara - Yes Sir, I Can Boogie (1977) Show
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