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TIME
9 days ago
"For the queer survivors of Nazi oppression, 1945 did not bring about any kind of liberation; rather, it marked the beginning of a systematic process of persecution and willful suppression," writes Andrea Carlo https://t.co/R5eQWTEuZj
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@RacismIf
if-racism-were-a-religion
9 days ago
@TIME They are taught in my classroom. Never erased. Students read and recognize what this group did to survive in their hated subgroup. Not forgotten. Seen. And Remembered
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@Gbbar_Is_Back
गब्बर इज बैक 🏹🚜
9 days ago
@Gbbar_Is_Back
गब्बर इज बैक 🏹🚜
9 days ago
सीधे गवर्नमेंट ने डील साइन किया? जनता को लाख प्रयासों के बाद मूल्य नहीं बताया! चोर @AmitShah @PMOIndia @narendramodi_in @nstomar @rajnathsingh @nsitharaman @iamnarendranath @INCIndia @AamAadmiParty @RakeshTikaitBKU @BBCHindi @BBCWorld @CNBC @CNNnews18 @CNN @News18India @ndtv https://t.co/UtlDtqHTMD
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@MaurikuV
Mauriku Kalki Valentinus
9 days ago
@TIME What!? I'm pretty sure Homosexuals were being marginalized long before WW2...
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@Redc04t
Dan Price
9 days ago
@TIME Didn't even need the Nazis to do that. Look at what the British did to Turing, single handedly broke the Nazi enigma only to be chemically castrated for being homosexual.
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