National Geographic News and Stories

10 ‘Around the World’ Stories: Tanzania Closes HIV Centers, Trans Voting in Ecuador, ‘Moonlight’ in Botswana

Tanzania closes HIV centers because a place for HIV tests and counseling apparently ‘encourages homosexuality’ — that and more in our look around the world

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Activists Call the Czech Version of National Geographic’s Gender Issue ‘Blatantly Transphobic’

Trans activists have criticized the Czech version of National Geographic’s “Gender Revolution” issue for its transphobic and homophobic translations.

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9-Year-Old Transgender Child Makes History on Cover of National Geographic Magazine

9-year-old trans girl Avery Jackson will soon appear on National Geographic magazine as part of their issue on the “Gender Revolution”.

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10 Ways Companies and World Governments Are Supporting LGBT Culture

In March alone, governments and organizations from Europe, Africa and Asia did things to combat HIV and raise prominent LGBT activists and artists.

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2011: The Year of 7 BILLION

While it’s not a gay blog, National Geographic is running a fantastic series about the earth’s projected population of 7 Billion in 2011. Short of zombies taking over like in The Walking Dead or World War III, the 7 billion benchmark will happen very soon. The Nat Geo subpage is filled[…]

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