Monthly Archives: September 2012

LGBT History: Philly Names Street After Gay Rights Pioneer

From The Washington Blade: PHILADELPHIA — An LGBT rights pioneer will be honored in her hometown when Philadelphia dedicates Barbara Gittings Way on Oct. 1, in the heart of the gay neighborhood at the intersection of Locust and 13th Streets. … Continue reading

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New Music Coming From Toby Keith

It’s like Christmas is coming in October. Not only is Jason Aldean, one of my favorite artists (and a country crush of mine), releasing new music, but another of my favorites–both as an artist and a good-looking man–will have a … Continue reading

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Random Eye Candy: Farm Kings

The below is a promotion for a new reality series on GAC. I, personally, like the guy with the bear claw tatoos. Woof! In all seriousness, this series looks to explore the challanges faced by farming in America through Freedom Farms, … Continue reading

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Adam Lambert Says Vote on Md.’s Question 6

For someone who said he “might not fit in with what’s best for the community as far as us progressing with society.” (source), Adam Lambert sure summed up equal rights, religious freedom and the importance of voting pretty succinctly. From … Continue reading

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Katy Segal for Marriage Equality

I have seen many of these spots, but this is the best one yet She sure gets it right. Most states are harming gay couples and families with their marriage bans.

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NBC’s ‘The New Normal’ Has Hit Potential

When I first heard about NBC’s The New Normal, a comedy about a gay male couple that hire a surrogate to have a child, I thought that it would be stereotypical. I thought it would feature A-Gays; those GWMs (gays with money) that … Continue reading

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Concert Review: Montgomery Gentry; Frederick, Md.; 2012

The boys from Montgomery Gentry, Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry, still got it. They put on a rockin’ show at The Great Frederick Fair; running through of string of their hits that I’d almost forgotten about as well as playing some … Continue reading

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Jason Aldean is Everywhere You Look

Not that I’m complaing. Aldean graces the cover of two magaizines this week: Country Weekly and Billboard Magazine. This isn’t the first time Aldean’s been on the cover of Billboard. Summer 2011, he steamed up the cover with the below. … Continue reading

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Drive to repeal Omaha anti-bias ordinance is under way

Voting on equality, it’s just not for marriage anymore. From Omaha.com: An attempt to repeal Omaha’s legal protections for gay and transgender residents is under way, a move that could inject the contentious issue into next year’s city election. A … Continue reading

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The Economics of Gay Marriage Equality: Adam Lambert Gets it

Even glam-rocker Adam Lambert has a better grasp than GOProud of the economic tie to gay marriage equality. From METROWEEKLY: “Ideally, that’s what being an American is — that we all have a shot [at marriage]. I hear a lot of … Continue reading

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