Monthly Archives: September 2013

Meet Rainbow Mom Lori Duron, Mother of a Gender Nonconforming Child

Lori Duron is the blogger for Raising My Rainbow. The blog is Lori’s thoughts about raising a gender nonconforming child. For a long time Lori was anonymous; knowing only as mom or Rainbow mom. Now, that’s changed. After blogging about … Continue reading

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Meet Rainbow Dad: My Son Wear’s Dresses; Get Over It

Matt Duron is the husband of Raising my Rainbow blogger, Lori Duron and father to their son C.J. a gender nonconforming boy. C.J. loves things sparkly, sassy, the color pink and often chooses to dress in clothes that would be typically be termed … Continue reading

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Music Review: Gwen Sebastian

Gwen Sebastian Gwen Sebastian When I heard the first strains of Gwen Sebastian’s ‘I’m Not Who You think I Am’ I thought to myself, ‘I’m really gonna enjoy this album.’ Gwen has a thick, rich, drawn-out voice that is a … Continue reading

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National Cathedral Honoring LGBT Youth with Events

From an email send by the National Cathedral: This fall, to mark the 15th anniversary of Matthew Shepard’s death after a brutal hate crime, Washington National Cathedral will host a weekend of events to honor and remember LGBT youth who … Continue reading

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The Lincoln Legacy Project Hosts Discussions, Peformances Focused on Hate Crimes

Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C., the playhouse where President Abraham Lincoln was shot, will be hosting a series of events during September and October focusing on hate crimes. The series is in conjunction with the performance of the play The … Continue reading

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