Monthly Archives: November 2011

The new normal: Stay-at-home Dads and gay parents

The below comes via ( — There was a time when gay parents and single adoptive mothers were unheard of, but the new norm is that almost anything works well as long as there’s a dedicated adult and plenty … Continue reading

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Get Over Gay Marriage

Though this editorial comes from half a world away (Australia), the message it sends resonates not matter what part of the globe you live in. LET’S get over gay marriage. Gay marriage is one of those issues that just won’t … Continue reading

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Today in Transgender Education

Found this item via Joe. My. God.  It’s education that a lot of us could use. See the larger version.

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Top Marine: Fears of ending gay ban prove (un)founded

From the Assocated Press: MANAMA, Bahrain (AP) — Marine Gen. James F. Amos, the face of opposition in the military to lifting the ban on gays serving openly, now acknowledges his concern has proven unfounded that repeal would undermine the … Continue reading

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Local civil rights leader remembered at national level

From Metroweekly: Various government officials, members of Congress, local community leaders and others congregated at the Cannon House Office Building on Capitol Hill to bid a final farewell at the official memorial service for Frank Kameny, the local gay-rights pioneer … Continue reading

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The DC Eagle Turns 40

My second, second home (Remington’s is the first) is having a birthday this week. Congratulations to the DC Eagle for four decades in business. From Metroweekly: The space is the DC Eagle. It’s not the only building to have housed … Continue reading

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Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney Presales Tuesday!

The below popped into my email box this morning. If you’ve read my previous post on the Brothers of the Sun Tour, you know I’m excited about this. The membership from McGrawFAN is only $20.99. Worth it to get in … Continue reading

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How Iowa’s Social Conservatives Lost Their Influence

An excellent article from The New Republic on Iowa, social conservative influence (or not) and the current crop of Republican presidential candidates: …Iowa social conservatives seemed to hurt themselves through their inability to unite behind and stick with a single … Continue reading

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Why are Republicans in bed with known anti-gay hate groups?

From a commentary by Ken Williams, editor-in-chief of San Diego Gay & Lesbian News: This weekend, most of the Republican presidential candidates — including Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Rick Perry and Rick Santorum — are heading … Continue reading

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When Conan O’Brien Married Us on Live TV

An excellent piece on written by Scott Cronick, who was married to his partner David Gorshein on Conan: “Gay marriage” is a national issue — and Conan offered us international exposure. Conan put on stage in one state a … Continue reading

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