Monthly Archives: December 2013

Google’s LGBT Inclusive 2013 Search in Review Commercial

A commercial for Google highlighting a scan bit of the the popular searches for 2013 includes visuals of gay marriage equality, transgender teen Cassidy Campbell winning homecoming queen, and out basketball player Jason Collins. So you don’t blink and miss … Continue reading

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LGBT Profile: Laila Al-Shamma, College Student; GSA Leader

EcinitasPatch and U~T San Diego gives us some insight on what we might be able to expect from future leaders and advocates in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community: From the EncinitasPatch: Laila Al-Shamma wrote a column last … Continue reading

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LGBT Senior Housing Project to Open January 2014 in Philly, Pa.

From CBSPhilly: PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — An apartment building in center city Philadelphia will be the nation’s second housing community geared specifically toward the needs of LGBT senior citizens. Residents are expected to begin moving into the $19-million building at 13th … Continue reading

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LGBT Profile: Actor Eduardo Bar; Gay, Blind and HIV-Positive

Eduardo Bar came to this country from Buenos Aires to follow his dream of becoming an actor. While in the United States, Bar learned that he was HIV positive, and lost his sight due to complications from meningitis. But he … Continue reading

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Gay Marriage Equality Graphic In Christmas Tree Format

Jeremy Hooper, blogger at Good As You (G-A-Y), gets pretty creative this holiday season with this graphic representation of the states where same-sex couples are now able to marry. Hooper calls it “Merry Christmas from the Right Side of History.” … Continue reading

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Gay Rodeo Documentary Seeks Post Production Funds

Filmmaker Matt Livadary continues his efforts to bring the documentary about the gay rodeo circuit, its participants and fans to fruition. Queens & Cowboys is the story of Matt’s year on the International Gay Rodeo Circuit. I first read about … Continue reading

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The Story of Sodom; Oft Quoted, Not Quoted

There is something that puzzles me about those who point to the Bible and it’s views of homosexuality. Those who do, will quote the story of Sodom and Gomorrah. In the story two angels; presumed to be men, come to … Continue reading

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Gay Rodeo Photo Exhibit to Open In Indianapolis

From gay.net: An exciting new exhibit is coming to Indianapolis’ Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in February — Blake Little: Photographs from the Gay Rodeo. The Los Angeles-based artist, who’s photographed everyone from Tom Cruise to Jane … Continue reading

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HIV Infection Worries from The HIV+ Partner

When we think of concerns about contracting HIV, we often focus more on the worries of the HIV negative person. But, as Brendan Shucart shows us in his opinion piece for The Advocate, those concerns are something on the mind … Continue reading

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The Price Of Admission: Equality and Intergenerational Relationships

In dueling blog posts, Michelangelo Signorile and Brian Stone take on the subject of intergenerational relationships among gay males. Their op-eds come as a reaction to the alleged relationship between screenwriter Dustin Lance Black and Olympic swimmer Tom Daley. There … Continue reading

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