Monthly Archives: March 2012

2 say Paradise Valley High School principal was let go because she is gay

Reposted from azcentral.com: A high-school principal whose contract was not renewed last week and a community member have raised the issue that the principal was let go because she  is gay. Cynthia Davis, principal at Paradise Valley High School, saw the … Continue reading

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NH GOP Rep. Dan McGuire to Base His Vote to Repeal Marriage Equality on Dictionary’s Definition of Marriage

Today’s “gem” of reasoning for voting for repealing gay marriage equality via New Hampsire’s HB 437 comes from towleroad.com. Below is the first paragraph of from Representative Dan McGuire’s response to one of his constituent’s who reached out to him … Continue reading

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Op/Ed: Marriage Equality the ‘New Hampshire Way’

Reposted from PortsmouthPatch comes this op-ed on New Hampsire’s potential House vote today on HB 437 which would repeal gay marriage equality: Former Ports lawmaker urges liberty, marriage for all. There is a myth about how civil marriage equality was … Continue reading

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Muddying the marriage equality debate

Reposted from fosters.com; an opion colum on New Hampshires proposed House vote on HB 437 which would repeal gay marriage equality: Today, the N.H. House will be asked to finally vote on HB 437, which proposes to repeal the 2009 … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: You Can Propose Marriage at a Hockey Game

The below video has been making the rounds on numerous blog sites and newswires and I wanted to add it to mine as another real day, real time example of Why It Gets Better. First off, the fact that we … Continue reading

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A Call to Cardinal Dolan to Stop Endangering LGBT Youth

A very thoughtful, touching and true open letter from Carl Siciliano, Executive Director of the Ali Forney Center: Cardinal Dolan,  I write to you as the director of the Ali Forney Center, the nation’s largest organization dedicated to homeless LGBT … Continue reading

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Before there was Stonewall, there was the Black Cat

From the advocate.com: For the gay patrons of the Black Cat tavern in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles, it was a disheartening start to 1967. As balloons dropped from the ceiling to mark the New Year, undercover cops … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day: Former Minnesota Supreme Court Chief Justice Kathleen Blatz on MN’s Legacy

“At this crossroads in Minnesota’s history we must not allow our state’s constitution to get caught up in the prevailing winds of the day. We may disagree on how best to recognize committed same-sex couples, but I believe quite firmly … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: Omaha City Council passes extended anti-bias protections to gay, transgender people

First seen on the blog Joe. My. God. and reposted from the original Associated Press report from therepublic.com: OMAHA, Neb. — The Omaha City Council on Tuesday approved an ordinance that would extend protections to gay and transgender people. The proposal, … Continue reading

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The Latest on the NH Repeal of Gay Marriage Effort

Otherwise know as a complete waste of time and resources or down the rabbit hole. This one absolutely looks like it was dreamt up by a mad hatter. From wmur.com: CONCORD, N.H. — The sponsor of a bill to repeal … Continue reading

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