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Unformatted text preview: Earlier in the semester the Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and Transgender (LBGT) had week long events to get their word out about life in their eyes and basically just the overall issues of the organization. One night they had an ex-NFL player come out and talk about his life as a gay football player. I really wanted to attend this event but I had a test that night so I was unable to attend. The night before though they had a showing of the movie Milk, in the Graduate Life Center. The event wasn’t the big at all, only about 25 people were there to watch the movie. Considering the fact the room it was held in holds about 350 people I have a feeling they were expecting a bigger turn out. Regardless the “event” was still meaningful and very interesting. Milk, was based off a true story where a gay man runs for public office. The movie goes through his life from running for office to his assassination. We learn more and more about the life of an openly gay man that is in the public eye. We see a lot of social injustices that revolved around homophobia and gay man that is in the public eye....
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This note was uploaded on 10/02/2011 for the course WS 1824 taught by Professor Rlstimpson during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.
- Spring '08