Monthly Archives: January 2012

Today in the Sanctity of Marriage: Get Married or Get Fired

We hear a lot about how the union of man and woman is special, an institution that has been “ordained by God”, something that is a privalge not a right, so, I’ve decided to start a new series of posts … Continue reading

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No Limits Playtime Equals No Limits for a Lifetime

The following I discovered via one of my favorite blogs, Raising My Rainbow, a fantastic blog about raising a gender nonconforming son. Pink & Blue is a film project by James Parris about how the subtle messages that we send children … Continue reading

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Summer Camp for Transgender and Gender-Variant Youth

Also learned through Raising My Rainbow, Camp Aranu’tiq, has registration now open for the summer. From the Camp Aranu’tiq about us page: Our mission is to provide transgender and gender-variant youth with a safe, fun, and unique camp experience during which they … Continue reading

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New Hampsire Gay Marriage Repeal Vote to Be Feb 1?

Though I have not be able to find any corroborating atricles aside from what I have seen on Joe. My. God and National Organization for Marriages’ (NOM) own blog that the vote to repeal gay marriages (HB 437) in New … Continue reading

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Tweeting the Truth: #lgbtfacts

I found the below via an article on Huffington Post Gay Voices. The full story is about how supporters of the gay community are “hijacking” what was originally an anti-gay hashtag. Below, was one of the funniest and true of … Continue reading

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Design Servicemembers Legal Defense Network SLDN’s 20th Anniversary T-shirt

This poped up in my email this morning: Servicemembers Legal Defense Network is excited to launch a first-of-its-kind contest that allows you and other supporters of equality to get involved by sharing your creativity, talents, and ideas! From now until … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better

I’ve been doing some thinking on the It Get’s Better Project by Dan Savage and the suicides of gay youth that keep happening. I’ve been thinking aside from our own personal, verbal encouragement, what is there to show them it … Continue reading

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I’m Not Surprised: Gay Airman Randy Phillips to Ride in AIDS/LifeCycle

Gay and out airman Randy Phillips, who grew an impressive following on YouTube under the pseudonym areyousurprised during pre- and post Don’t Ask Don’t Tell (DADT) repeal, has committed to riding in the AIDS/LifeCyle. The AIDS/LifeCycle is a 545 biking … Continue reading

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There’s Just One Word To Describe Toby Keith’s “Clancy’s Tavern”: Good

With Clancy’s Tavern Toby Keith creates another terrific album that shows he’s more than just the patriot-song-man that so many are familiar with. Toby shows off his range of ability with this collection of songs that run the gaumet from … Continue reading

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States Rights vs. Municipality Rights for Omaha LGBT Citizens

Nebraska state senator Beau McCoy wants to make the lives of GLBT citizens in Nebraska harder in the name of uniformity. The below comes from Omaha.com: A new debate is brewing at Omaha City Hall and in the State Capitol … Continue reading

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