Monthly Archives: January 2013

Actor Jim Nabors Marries Partner; Comes Out

Turns out even more people know someone who is gay; including that all important demographic for us, those over 65. Jim Nabors, the actor made famous by his role as Gomer Pyle on TV in the 60s and 70s, recently … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: Student Comes Out to a Standing Ovation

This one is really for all of us. While we frequently hear about bullying of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Youth, this video of Jacob Rudolph coming out to his class shows us all that it really is getting better. … Continue reading

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Washington Blade Headlines Obama’s Historic Inaugural Speech

This is one for your scrapbook. The Wahington Blade front page for Friday, January 25, 2013. Read the full article Related Transgender People Wait Their Turn to be Mentioned

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Tim McGraw Talks New Album and Music as Mental Time Travel

To promote his upcoming album Two Lanes of Freedom, Tim McGraw has a short inteview video via iHeartRadio where talks about the process of making his new album and how music can take you to a time and place of your … Continue reading

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Random Eye Candy: Aaron Lee Smith, METROWEEKLY’s Coverboy 2012

I am crushing hard over METROWEEKLY’s 2012 Coverboy of the Year, Aaron Lee Smith. Dang, this boy looks good. Here’s another photo of him from the Blowoff dance during 2013’s Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend (photo by Ward Morrison) See more photos … Continue reading

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Transgender People Wait Their Turn to Be Mentioned

While we are all cheering President Obama’s mention of gay rights during his second inaugural speech, Autum Sandeen provides us with an appropriate, sobering reminder that there’s still work for us to do to ensure that everyone in our community is included. …words … Continue reading

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Chely Wright Baby Announcement on Country Music Websites; a Sign of Progress?

Country Weekly has surprised me! The music magazine had put in a baby announcement for country music star Chely Wright and her wife. Even naming her as such in the article: Congratulations are in order for country star Chely Wright … Continue reading

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Today in Irony: NOM RI Marriage Tweet

Courtesy of Pam’s House Blend: What is it that National Organization for Marriage spends so much of there time traveling from statehouse to statehouse doing again?

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Out of the Virtual Time Capsule: Obama a One-Term President

Back in May, when President Obama came out with his personal support gay marriage equality, Brian Brown, of the National Organization for Marriage, had this to say: “Obama’s embrace of same-sex marriage will help ensure he becomes a one-term president, … Continue reading

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Country Cuties to Cameo on ‘Nashville’ TV Series

Taste of Country is reporting that country artists Chris Young and Brantley Gilbert will be making a cameo appearance on the TV series Nashville in the ‘You Win Agian’ entitled episode. By now, you should have your calendar marked for … Continue reading

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