Monthly Archives: October 2011

Spirit Day Shouldn’t End When The Day Does

Today, October 20th, is Spirit Day. It’s a day where “Americans wear purple…as a sign of support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth and to speak out against bullying” according to the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation … Continue reading

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Gay Military Personnel Ready for 1st Convention

From the New York Times comes this artilcle about the OutServe Leadership Summit:   SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The nation’s only professional group for active-duty gay military personnel is holding its first conference in Las Vegas this weekend, an event only … Continue reading

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Any Day Can Be Coming Out Day

Though this is a few days late, I wanted to post it anyway because I liked the message: Any day can be coming out day, whenever your ready.

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More on Gay Activist Frank Kameny

An excellent piece from Rachel Maddow: We should all remember to keep our own papers in order for the day when the Smithsonian and Library of Congress come knocking. And come knocking they will. Included are the links to the … Continue reading

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Longtime Gay Activist Frank Kameny Dies

From the Washington Blade: Franklin E. Kameny, one of the nation’s most prominent gay rights leaders, died in his home today apparently from natural causes. He was 86. The death came less than a month before the planned celebration of … Continue reading

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Romney Badgered on Same-Sex Marriage Questions at N.H. Town Hall

I laughed out loud when I read the end of the below paragraph from ABC News: HOPKINTON, N.H. — It was all about the social issues at Mitt Romney’s second town hall of the day this evening, where he was … Continue reading

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Out Presidential Candidate Fred Karger Gets Himself “Into” the Presidential Debate

Props to Fred Karger for this ad:

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Commentary from Ann Coulter: You Can’t “See” Gays and Just Because Someone Listens to Lady Gaga Doesn’t Mean They Are One

Some rambling commentary from Ann Coulter, GOProud’s gay icon of all media (or something like that) and author of Demonic (and no, that’s not her autobiography): The below is the interview to which they refering:   I must say that … Continue reading

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Go, Rainbow Mom, Go

In other opposing viewpoints to anti-accepting commentaries today comes this post from a fabulous blog called Raising My Rainbow. The blog is written by a mom who is, proudly, raising a son who in the words of this post “has … Continue reading

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Powerful Quote of the Day

Uncover your eyes, do you see your gay neighbor? Do your Jesus-eyes see the injustices they suffer? Then speak up. From an article by Kathy Baldock on lgbtqnation.com where she discusses Linda Harvey’s refusal to “see” gay people. Also, worthy … Continue reading

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