Harvard Law Review Elects First Openly Gay President

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Harvard Law Review Elects First Openly Gay President

Postby predent/prelaw » Tue Mar 22, 2011 7:08 pm

This is like a month old but I thought it is kinda cool

http://www.thecrimson.com/article/2011/2/8/reich-president-law-harvard/

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Re: Harvard Law Review Elects First Openly Gay President

Postby pasunepipe » Thu Mar 24, 2011 2:32 am

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Re: Harvard Law Review Elects First Openly Gay President

Postby TheTopBloke » Thu Mar 24, 2011 2:49 am

Couldn't give a shit.

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Re: Harvard Law Review Elects First Openly Gay President

Postby predent/prelaw » Thu Mar 24, 2011 8:43 am

TheTopBloke wrote:Couldn't give a shit.

two tears in a bucket mother...

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Re: Harvard Law Review Elects First Openly Gay President

Postby chasgoose » Thu Mar 24, 2011 5:34 pm

TheTopBloke wrote:Couldn't give a shit.


Why are you still even on these boards? I thought you gave up on law school?

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Re: Harvard Law Review Elects First Openly Gay President

Postby Alltheirsplendor » Sun Mar 27, 2011 11:47 am

This is pretty awesome. It really makes me happy. Thanks for sharing! I'm surprised we didn't hear much about this in the media... Or maybe we did?

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Re: Harvard Law Review Elects First Openly Gay President

Postby Moxie » Sun Mar 27, 2011 11:55 am

Good for him, I guess. I don't ever recall hearing about this on-campus, maybe I just wasn't paying enough attention.

Although I think at this point most people don't even differentiate between a "straight" and a GLBTQ individual getting these types of honors (or at least I don't)

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Re: Harvard Law Review Elects First Openly Gay President

Postby ExpectLess » Mon Mar 28, 2011 2:18 am

Moxie wrote:Good for him, I guess. I don't ever recall hearing about this on-campus, maybe I just wasn't paying enough attention.

Although I think at this point most people don't even differentiate between a "straight" and a GLBTQ individual getting these types of honors (or at least I don't)


When there hasn't been a single openly gay senator, supreme court justice, governor, president, or cabinet member in US history, it's nice to see offices in which LGBT people are represented. :)

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Re: Harvard Law Review Elects First Openly Gay President

Postby predent/prelaw » Wed Mar 30, 2011 7:15 am

ExpectLess wrote:
Moxie wrote:Good for him, I guess. I don't ever recall hearing about this on-campus, maybe I just wasn't paying enough attention.

Although I think at this point most people don't even differentiate between a "straight" and a GLBTQ individual getting these types of honors (or at least I don't)


When there hasn't been a single openly gay senator, supreme court justice, governor, president, or cabinet member in US history, it's nice to see offices in which LGBT people are represented. :)



Larry Craig

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHCrOtSzIBg

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Re: Harvard Law Review Elects First Openly Gay President

Postby ExpectLess » Wed Mar 30, 2011 1:44 pm

predent/prelaw wrote:
ExpectLess wrote:
Moxie wrote:Good for him, I guess. I don't ever recall hearing about this on-campus, maybe I just wasn't paying enough attention.

Although I think at this point most people don't even differentiate between a "straight" and a GLBTQ individual getting these types of honors (or at least I don't)


When there hasn't been a single openly gay senator, supreme court justice, governor, president, or cabinet member in US history, it's nice to see offices in which LGBT people are represented. :)



Larry Craig

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHCrOtSzIBg


If we were counting closeted anti-gay Republicans in the group, we'd be overrepresented.




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