Archives for posts with tag: LGBT

By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey with Susan Sacirbey contributing
The diplomat-artist is not just in the form of the personality of the Goodwill Ambassador but also the vision and presentation of the avant-garde of global citizens: Once you are in the water you’ll discover it is more than a pool but a sea of change. –Read MORE–
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Grandma is Topless & Liberating
By, Ambassador Muhamed (MO) Sacirbey via The Huffington Post
Join the excitement: “Fantasy Fest” is America’s most liberating party, but beyond the skin, costumes and endless tides of good-times, it is a reminder of what frees America to consistently strive for me.

 
From Diplomat Artist Buzz – Read MORE to find out which States voted against the Committee to Protect Journalists consultative status today.
By Montclair Student Diplomat, Sarah Levy, via Huffington Post
As a senior in college suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder & anxiety, I have important advice to share that I wish was given to me prior to entering college. Mental illness is a disorder and not a decision, but here are some factors you can make decisions on. — Read More —
 
From Diplomat Artist Buzz: This week, the UN released stamps promoting the rights of the LGBT community globally, at a time when members of such community are persecuted, prosecuted or even executed in more than a mere minority of states. — MORE —
More American than @realDonaldTrump?
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
Is it about birthright or the values we support? If it’s a matter of birth, well then only Native Americans can truly claim to be the original or authentic. All the rest of us came here seeking refuge from political or religious persecution. — MORE–
 
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
Social network Facebook has evolved into large groups where people from diverse demographics & geography come together as online communities, global town halls. Some of these communities could be gatherings of sports fans, music’s big & rising artists, human rights & animal rights activists. — MORE —