Monthly Archives: January 2013

Laying the Foundations for An LGBT Museum

It’s time to bring those LGBT artifacts out of the closet. The Washington Post is reporting that there is a movement afoot to have a museum of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender History: Organizers, led by former Smithsonian researcher Tim … Continue reading

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Making LGBT History: Obama’s Inauguration Speech

In President Obama’s second inauguration speech we got to see a moment in history being made. Obama was the first President to explicitly mention gay rights in his inaugural speech. Remember this kiddos. You are going to be seeing it … Continue reading

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Country Concert Info: WMZQ Megaticket Artists

WASHINGTON, D.C. – WMZQ 98.7 has announced the lineup for their 2013 Country Megaticket. The Megaticket is a bundle of eight concerts taking place at Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, VA. The benefit of the Megaticket is you get the … Continue reading

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Maggie Gallagher Predicts her Own Future

…along with that of other anti-gay marriage equality organizations. Jeremy Hooper of the blog Good As You G-A-Y has posted an interview with Maggie Gallagher, formerly of anti-gay National Organization for Marriage. In the posting, with a screen capture of … Continue reading

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(Anti-Gay) Marriage (Equality) Minute from Across the Pond

How many of you believe in Déjà vu? How many of you believe in Déjà vu? It’s so weird. I’m blogging about this UK Marriage Minutes and I’m thinking that I know I’ve seen this before, but I just can’t … Continue reading

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DelMarVA Lawmakers Set to Tackle Marriage Equality, LGBT Discrimination

The Washington Blade gives us a peek into what may be in store for the upcoming legislative sessions in Delaware, Maryland, and Virgina. While nothing has been confirmed, Delaware, which has had civil unions since 2011, may soon begin debating … Continue reading

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Oregon bans anti-trans health care discrimination

From The Washington Blade: Transgender advocates have applauded new regulations that ban private health insurance companies in Oregon from discriminating against trans policy holders. The guidelines the Oregon Insurance Division of the state Department of Consumer and Business Services announced … Continue reading

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Va. Fails at Effort to Repeal Gay Marriage Equality Ban

While Wyo. Republicans are looking to advance equality, Va. Republican’s are still in the business of preventing it as reported by advocate.com: An effort to repeal Virginia’s marriage equality ban in the state’s House of Delegates failed after Republicans quashed … Continue reading

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Gay Marriage Equality Bill Introduced in Wyo.

From the Jackson Hole Daily: For the first time in his career, Jackson Republican Rep. Keith Gingery is backing a gay marriage bill. After eight years in the Legislature, Gingery has signed on as a co-sponsor of two measures sanctioning … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day: Same-Sex Marriage is Part of God’s Plan

Talk about your religious support for gay marriage equality. Rev. Eugene Dyszlewski of the United Church of Christ was part of a campaign launch for Rhode Islanders United for Marriage gives us today’s quote of the day in his eloquent speech … Continue reading

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