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Famous Homosexuals from Canada
NLGJA | The Association of LGBTQ Journalists
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The other panelists: Mariana Valverde, feminist author, professor and former member of The Body Politic collective, and Sidney Katz, author of Maclean's articles likely the first sympathetic look at gay life in Canada or rather Toronto. The moderator was David Adkin, who had made a documentary film on early gay pioneer Jim Egan -- who had led Katz on his explorations. I found the panel's initial frame as in "media frame" a too easy set up -- a chance for modern lesbian and gay "journalists" the quotation marks meant to disown that egregious term to cackle in smug superiority over the predictable homophobia of their straight forebears.
It is based in Washington, D. NLGJA opposes all forms of workplace bias and provides professional development to its members. Exclusive in Los Angeles. It hosted its annual convention in San Francisco.