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Julie Tarney is a dynamic and highly engaging presenter. Her entertaining storytelling and actionable tips help promote LGBTQ+ representation and cultural change in high-performing organizations.  

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As a subject-matter expert and former corporate relations executive, Julie consults or provides customized educational sessions for C-suite and managerial teams that helps leaders promote and protect the rights of people of all gender identities and expressions.

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7 days ago

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The NYC AIDS Memorial's 2nd annual Legends of Drag Revue on June 5th, honoring Pride Month and HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day, is SOLD OUT!! But you can still witness the breathtaking talents and timeless beauty of the Legends of Drag queens via the FREE LIVESTREAM from the Whitney Museum! On Zoom with advance registration. (bit.ly/LegendsatWhitneyMuseum) Virtual show starts at 7p ET.Trailblazing performers include Emcee Linda Simpson, Simone, Ruby Rims, Egyptt Labeija, Princess Diandra, Lawanda Jackson, and special guest Agosto Machado -- all icons who paved the way for the drag renaissance of today. 👑#legendsofdrag #nyaidsmemorial Whitney Museum of American Art #egypttlabeija #Simone #AgostoMachado #dragelders #draghistory #dragicons #pride2024🏳️‍🌈 TY Sponsors! Trixie Cosmetics Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS ... See MoreSee Less
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Meet Ronnie and Reggie, a gay Humboldt penguin couple at the London Zoo. I share their portrait this first Monday of LGBTQ Pride Month as a reminder that, no matter where you look, our world is full of queerness! Queerness that urges a celebration of diverse identities. And it’s not just humans and penguins. The very nature of nature is queer!About 1.500 animal species have gay relationships, including lions, orcas, monkeys, bottlenose dolphins and, as we most recently learned, humpback whales. And so many species that challenge the gender binary. There are male seahorses who give birth, clownfish that change gender based on social hierarchies, and species like worms and rose plants that have both male and female reproductive organs. Just this March, the NYT reported on an evolutionary biologist from New Zealand who was on a bird-watching vacation in Columbia when he spotted a green honeycreeper. The songbird had shimmering green feathers — the classic marking of females — on its left side, and iridescent blue feathers — the coloring of males — on its right side. This rare biological phenomenon of half-male, half-female is known as bilateral gynandromorphism. So much for the gender binary! Queerness busts all the beliefs that have been imposed on society and nature. For us humans, queerness abounds in chosen family and a community of allies that foster inclusion, support, personal growth and joy. Let’s all celebrate queerness, right alongside Mother Nature. Happy Pride!#LGBTQPride #PrideMonth #LGBTQ #LGBTQIA #queer #community #chosenfamily #diverstyandinclusion #beyourself ... See MoreSee Less
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