Monthly Archives: October 2012

Advisory Committee to Examine How to Better Capture LGBT Data for Census

As first mentioned on the blog Joe. My. God. and further detailed at BuzzFeed, the Census Bureau will be seeking input on how to address capturing better that may have a positive affect for Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transgenders (LGBTs): With the formation … Continue reading

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Judy Garland Film Fest at Washington, DC’s National Theatre

Polish up those ruby slippers and get that gingham dress out of the mothballs; Washington, DC’s National Theatre will be having a Judy Garland film fest every Monday night from now until November 26. As The Washington Examiner reports there’s nothing … Continue reading

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Washington Blade Profiles Gay Parenting

The Washington Blade has published a special section in its October 12 issue on gay parenting. Topics cover portrayals of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) characters in television media; historic milestones in gay parenting; a profile of author Michael Shelton’s new … Continue reading

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HRC Study Finds That SOME of the Kids Are Alright

Instinct Magazine is reporting that The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has released The National Coming Out Day Report, which surveyed over 10,000 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender youth. The results show some positive news. HRC President Chad Griffin says, “The good news … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: You Could Own A Small Business

Blogger Joe Jervis from Joe. My. God. points us to the below gay-owned ACE Hardware store located in San Diego which was named ‘coolest hardware store on the planet.’ The advancement that this shows may not be something as tangible … Continue reading

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Music Review: Your Gonna Want to Hunt JT Hodges Down

Country newcomer JT Hodges makes quite an impression on his debut album. He’s got a good mix of slow songs and upbeat tunes that puts a new spin on some old themes. All led with his hint-off-rasp voice. It’s a voice that is best … Continue reading

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Stunningly Beautiful Wedding Video Demonstrates African-American Support for Gay Marriage Equality

For those on the anti-equality side who like to claim that all African-Americans are against marriage equality, perhaps they should take a look at the below video. Congratulations to Robert and Nathanael. What a beautiful piece of media to remember your … Continue reading

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Religous Support for Gay Marriage Equality

For those who think religon means opposition to equality, take heart in the below. From The Huffington Post: The Seattle Post-Intelligencer notes that 63 former Roman Catholic priests will publicly back Referendum 74, which would make Washington the seventh U.S. … Continue reading

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ABC’s ‘Nashville’ is Noteworthy, if a Little Off Key

I was very excited for the new show Nashville on ABC. I was looking forward to seeing a show about a city with which I am familar (the shots of Nashville from the series are gorgeous). Plus, I’m a real sucker … Continue reading

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