Nov 29, 3 Comments by Bryan Austin is one of the most progressive, liberal, and gay-friendly places in America. When moving to a new city, one of the single most important factors in creating a special place to call home is how comfortable you feel under your own roof. Ranging from the colorful contemporary new homes in Mueller, to the floor to ceiling glass condos adorning the streets of South Lamar. There is a special place tailored to the LGBT community in every corner of Austin, and discovering those sweet spots are easier than you may think.
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This is a test. Um, maybe furk you? Whatever is going on here I want to be part of it. I like to imagine the list-maker reading this out loud. Whatever is going on here I want to be part of this too. Looks like someone needs a prescription for… Jesus! You get my point.
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Cocktails at a Rooftop Bar Add to Trip! Fancy touching the clouds while sipping a cocktail? Breathtaking vistas merge with stunning crowds at this higher breed of open-air bar. Nothing out-glams a Bangkok ladyboy show! Aboard a luxury cruiser or teakwood rice barge, admire sparkling temples and the bustle of river life while supping on a sumptuous meal.
This YA novel was challenged and banned in multiple school districts because it discusses suicide. The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian written by Sherman Alexie Consistently challenged since its publication in for acknowledging issues such as poverty, alcoholism, and sexuality, this National Book Award winner was challenged in school curriculums because of profanity and situations that were deemed sexually explicit. I Am Jazz written by Jessica Herthel and Jazz Jennings and illustrated by Shelagh McNicholas This autobiographical picture book co-written by the year-old protagonist was challenged because it addresses gender identity. Infographics These infographics are free for anyone to download and share. Artwork courtesy of the American Library Association, ala.