Monthly Archives: January 2014

Gender Politics and Toys

The below editorial post was written by Laurie Duron, blogger of Raising My Rainbow, which chronicles Duron’s journey as she raises a “boy who likes girl stuff.” While the editorial was written for Christmas, the message within it is relevant … Continue reading

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LGBT History: ‘The Case Against 8’ Documentary

History as we lived it is the subject of a new documentary by Ben Cotner and Brian White. From The Huffington Post: Two gay couples who waged a five-year court battle to restore same-sex marriage in California are back in … Continue reading

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Contact Your Ind. Legislators to Vote ‘No’ on Gay Marriage Ban

indystar.com is reporting on the switch of House Joint Resolution 3, which would ban gay marriage in Indiana, from the House Judiciary Committee to the House Elections Committee: A few weeks ago, no one would have anticipated that the measure … Continue reading

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Meeting Transgender Kids Helped Jared Leto Understand His Character Rayon

Jared Leto turns in a fantastic performance as Rayon, a transgender woman, in the film Dallas Buyers Club. In the January/February 2014 issue of HIV Plus magazine, Leto talks about how he understood the character and how meeting some transgender … Continue reading

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Random Eye Candy: Actress Connie Britton; WebMD Covergirl

Connie Britton, a lady who give my heart the thumpa-thumpas, is on the cover of the January/February 2014 issue of WebMD magazine. In the article, Britton talks about the loss of her parents to two different forms of cancer. How … Continue reading

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International Olympic Committee vs. Real World on Anti-Gay Laws

The below is a screen shot from the blog Joe.My.God. Click on the image to enlarge it for better reading. While Nigeria is not Russia, the fact that these articles appear next to each other speaks to the problem with … Continue reading

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Today In LGBT History: A Memoir of the Early Days of the AIDS Crisis

Though a very engaging book trailer for Body Counts: A Memoir of Politics, Sex, AIDS and Survival, author Sean Strub gives us a glimpse into a history that needs to be remembered. The first few minutes of the video are … Continue reading

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