Monthly Archives: April 2012

The USS Harvey Milk?

From The Sacramento Bee: SAN DIEGO, April 24, 2012 — /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Congressman Bob Filner (D-California) has joined with several prominent LGBT civil rights leaders from San Diego and across the country, calling on the US Navy to name ” … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day: All Men Can Be Husbands

I first saw this this video in support of gay marriage equality on the blog site Joe. My. God. Though it is about gay marriage equality in the United Kingdom, the tag line at the end, “all men can be … Continue reading

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Channing Tatum Stripper Movie Trailer

IĀ figured if I put in the actual title; Magic Mike, that some folks wouldn’t make the connection as easily. Without futher ado, feast your eyes: Though the trailer shows loads of women in the various audience scenes, I expect that … Continue reading

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San Francisco AIDS Foundation: Answering the Call

Though people are living long lives with HIV, we still have no cure. This is video is an important reminder not to become complacent in that fact. We have come a long way, but we still have a long way … Continue reading

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Transgender 101: 15 Things to Know

Education we could all use. From The Huffington Post: Because I run a camp for transgender youth, Camp Aranu’tiq, I end up interfacing with parents soon after they have found out that their child is transgender. These parents are looking … Continue reading

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LGBT Equality IS about the Economy

Frequently, during this campaign season, we see or hear about candidates or their spokespeople talking about how a particular candidate wants to focus on jobs and the economy, not social issues as a way of avoiding talking about LGBT issues; … Continue reading

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Gay Iowa Teen Commits Suicide After Allegedly Receiving Death Threats

Sadly, just days before the Day of Silence, comes this report from The Huffington Post: As KTIV is reporting, 14-year-old Kenneth Weishuhn Jr. began to be teased and bullied by classmates at South O’Brien High School after he came out … Continue reading

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