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Is LGBT Viewed As A Cultural Diversity?

My name is Dominique’ Flagg and with this Vlog. I would like to tell you from my perspective about LGBT are culture diversity or what? Cultural Diversity: LGBT is most important because it based on their experience, feeling, beliefs, and attitude. In United States, many people assume that LGBT is not some of culture diversity because of sexual orientation is not right.

Last year, I joined theater about Corpus Christi, author by Terrence McNally. I am only one woman that made it in as actor which means I had to act like man. Terrence McNally came to Gallaudet University with his fiancé. That day, he decided to married his fiancé in Washington DC. My professors, Ethan Sinnont wants to Terrence McNally to met his students and watch our rehearsal and helped us to improved the rehearsal. He enjoyed watch the rehearsal. It is kind of cultural diversity to me because
of ages and ethical races

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LGBT Flag

This vlog recounts about the analytical meaning of the LGBT flag. The current society typically assumes that this flag just represents lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals; however, each of these colours possess their own meanings.

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Bullying

Videotaped and edited by: Juan Munoz

American Sign Language-English Translation:

OPPRESSED…
HEARTBREAKING…
PAIN…
ALONE…
TEAR…
OBSTACLE…
SCARED…
SUFFERED…
JUDGED…
LOST…
INFERIOR…
ASHAMED…
ANGRY…
MOCKED…
ISOLATED…
DISCRIMINATED…

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ONE WORLD EQUALS 5% OF BEING BULLIED.

THE DEAF WORLD IS 50% MORE OF BEING BULLIED THAN THE HEARING WORLD.

THE DEAF WORLD, IN WHICH HOMOSEXUAL PEOPLE EXIST, IS 100% MORE OF BEING BULLIED, VIOLATED, AND SUFFERED THAN THE HEARING GAY WORLD.

PLEASE STOP BULLYING NOW!

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