Luis Baez is an expert in helping QBIPOC entrepreneurs build businesses they can be proud of. With over 14 years of experience at some of the world's most distinguished companies like Google, LinkedIn, Tesla, and Uber, Luis is a seasoned expert in Sales and Marketing. He has taken these experiences to create the Sales Huddle -- a business program taking all of the secrets he learned in Silicon Valley to help you build your own business.
You can say what you want about NFT art but it is a gamechanger for LGBT artists, as NFT artwork has begun to level the playing field in the world of fine art, making it far less pretentious, and a lot more inclusive. Here are three LGBT NFT artists you should be supporting, and keeping an eye on as the NFT world explodes.
Queer Olympians have seen unprecedented representation at this year's Tokyo Olympic Games, but there is still a TON of hate and discrimination making its way into US legislation. There have been a huge number of new, anti-trans bills seeking to ban trans-women from competing in women's sports. This is an issue affecting women all over the world and has no place in the world of sportsmanship.
Pages like @GaysOverCOVID on Instagram have come to the forefront of the conversation by exposing gay men for COVID unsafe behaviors like circuit parties, holiday gatherings, and hookups. While I do not endorse these behaviors I’ve got to say that I for one, am OVER @GaysOverCOVID. Let’s talk about the difference between SHAME and ACCOUNTABILITY, and how these public shaming pages are doing a lot more harm than good to our community.
Many of you out there are on a job-hunt right now, especially following the effects of COVID-19 on our global economy. With any kind of job search whether it’s a part-time job or a full-time career, there is going to be a LOT of rejection. But ultimately, it’s up to you to decide how you can dust yourself off, learn from it, and keep moving forward until you find the job that’s right for you. These are really the only three things you can do when you get that inevitable rejection letter, so, let’s jump in to how you can overcome job rejection.
Adam Eli is a writer and community organizer based in New York City. He identifies as queer, and is of Jewish heritage, advocating for the empowerment of intersectional minorities. His latest book, The New Queer Conscience, is a pocket-sized, 30-minute read, which outlines what he believes is our moral imperative as queer people to come together and advocate for each other anywhere in the world. He calls this the “Global Queer Conscience” and summarizes it in just one phrase: “Queer people anywhere are responsible for queer people everywhere."