Monthly Archives: May 2012

Medal of Freedom Recipient 2030: Dan Savage?

Every now and again I like to imagine where we will be as a LGBT population come the future. I imagine the time when we will have our full equality and how history will look back at us with admiration, … Continue reading

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Gay High School Student Can Wear His Gay Supportive T-Shirt Anytime

As I noted on this blog back at the start of April, Maverick Couch, a junior at Waynesville High School, was threatened with suspension for wearing his ‘Jesus is not a homophobe’ t-shirt (see previous article).  The school claimed it was … Continue reading

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A Gay Affirming Church in Harlem

While a lot of news outlets are focusing on African-American’s opposition to gays and gay marriage equality, the New York Times highlights the Rivers at Rehoboth church, which accepts and celebrates our African-American LGBT brothers and sisters. In a church nestled … Continue reading

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Gay Parents Highlighted in Proposed Film By Mark Ravitz

Filmaker Mark Ravitz is making a documentary called Take Me Home: The Birth Of An American Family. The film is about adoptive/foster parenting with a couple that just happens to be gay. Ravitz states that the film is not being … Continue reading

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Honoring African-American War Heros

With today being Memorial Day, and our military being eight months from the time when Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) was officially repealed, I decided for today’s post to highlight The Root’s 10 Places Honoring Black War Heroes. There is … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: First Openly Gay Cadets Graduate from Air Force Academy

From the advocate.com: The first openly gay cadets graduated Wednesday from the U.S. Air Force Academy, eight months after the repeal of the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy took effect. ABC News reports on the graduation in Colorado Springs, Colo., … Continue reading

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Music Review: Adam Lambert’s ‘Trespassing’

Adam Lambert is Number 1; as he should be. Joe Jervis over at Joe. My. God. Is reporting that Adam Lambert’s Trespassing CD has gone number 1 on the Billboard 200 Music Charts: ‘For the first time, one “American Idol” … Continue reading

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