The two were seeking to address the double discrimination faced by Native American gays and lesbians resulting from racism within the mainstream lesbian and gay movement and the homophobia of Christianized Native societies. GAI started as a social group that offered Native gays and lesbians opportunities to meet each other in a safe, welcoming environment. But it quickly evolved into an organization that provided a wider range of services to its constituency and also functioned as a lobby group working to bring its members' concerns to nongay Native groups and non-Native gay groups. By the s GAI was a thriving group that had made gains in raising the profile of Native gays and lesbians. It had also made progress in encouraging Native, mainstream, and gay organizations to improve their outreach to Native American gays and lesbians. By the time it celebrated its tenth anniversary in , it had about six hundred members nationwide.
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Two-Spirit also two spirit or, occasionally, twospirited is a modern, pan-Indian , umbrella term used by some Indigenous North Americans to describe Native people in their communities who fulfill a traditional third-gender or other gender-variant ceremonial and social role in their cultures. Cameron writes, "The term two-spirit is thus an Aboriginal-specific term of resistance to colonization and non-transferable to other cultures. There are several underlying reasons for two spirited Aboriginals' desire to distance themselves from the mainstream queer community. She states, "at the core of contemporary two-spirit identities is ethnicity, an awareness of being Native American as opposed to being white or being a member of any other ethnic group".
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Most cultures have unique dating and courtship rituals that are strictly follow, and the native Americans were no different in this. Native American dating was much different than we can even imagine. The culture at one time was much different than most people are familiar with.