The LGBTQ Refugees in Kenya Self-Aid Society: Covid and Beyond

Most attempts to help people in Africa consist of outside NGOs and other groups from the West pouring money into what they think will help the people there without working closely with local leaders and groups and taking into account what they want and their own expertise knowledge of the situation. Because of this, the …

Rejected by My Own Family in Uganda for Being Gay: More from @GeoffreyRainbo

Today is the anniversary of Alan Turing's trial. Alan gave money to and fostered the career of a Jewish refugee who escaped from Austria. If alive today, I think Alan would very much like you to honor his legacy by supporting refugees like Geoffrey, who is fighting to better the life of his fellow LGBTQ …

A Voice to the Voiceless: Meet @GeoffreyRainbo, a twenty-three-year-old Ugandan LGBT Refugee

In a world in which everyday people are experiencing trauma, a brave young man has come forward to share his story and those of other LGBT Refugees escaping and/or living in countries in which being LGBTQ is a risk to their very lives. This is a first in a series of guest posts. You can …

The Power of Music

Both Alan Turing and Harvey Milk were music lovers. Alan enjoyed singing out-of-season hymns, loved British Pantomines, which are full of silly songs, and even took up the violin. Even as he had the police over at his residence, he entertained them with an Irish Classic, "Cockles and Mussels." There is a statue in Dublin …

Autistically Awesome Alan Turing

The future of our society and our planet lies in recognizing Neurodiversity. Different brains are organized in different ways and are skilled at different tasks. People with so-called Bipolar Disorder have different brains. People with so-called Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder have different brains and people who are Autistic have different brains. Having a Neurodiverse mind …