Monthly Archives: February 2014

Comic Strip Kyle’s Bed and Breakfast Protests Sochi Olympics

I’m not sure that I quite the entire message of the suit and fake blood packets together. I take it as a commentary on support of gay Russian’s and the violence the face. Other interpretations?

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LGBT Oppression, From A First-person Perspective

Rory O’Neill aka drag queen Panti Bliss expresses eloquently what it feels like to be a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender person. No one, no matter who they are, should ever feel the need that they have to check themselves. … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day: The Word of God on the Coca-Cola ‘It’s Beautiful’ Super Bowl Ad

In my blog post ‘What I Love About the Coca-Cola “It’s Beautiful” Super Bowl Ad’, I gave my take on the the ad, which features the song ‘America The Beautiful’ sung in various languages with images of people of color, … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday: Trace Adkins circa 2001

Country Weekly magazine pulls out a January 2001 article with one of my favorite country singers, Trace Adkins. In the article Trace talks about having been back to his hometown for his 20th high school reunion: It may have been … Continue reading

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Dierks Bentley: RISER, A Behind-the-Scenes Personal Documentary

From Country Weekly: Dierks Bentley’s upcoming album, Riser, set for release Feb. 25, is a musical diary in a sense, full of songs inspired by the death of Dierks’ father, Leon, and the birth of his son, Knox. Dierks documented … Continue reading

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What I Love about Coca-Cola’s ‘It’s Beautiful’ Super Bowl Ad

1) It starts out with a cowboy on horseback 2) The two gay father’s at :49 give each other a loving hug. This is much better than the twin beds and a nightstand approach that most television takes toward gay … Continue reading

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LGBT youth need access to mentoring services, report finds

From San Diego Gay & Lesbian News comes an article focusing on the need for mentoring programs to service Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) youth. The article distills tips for how current organizations can help meet this need: • … Continue reading

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From Russia With Love: Photos of Brave Gay Activists Fighting Homophobia

From Mother Jones magazine: On June 28, 2013, five couples in wedding finery piled into a white limo and pulled up to a municipal office in St. Petersburg, Russia. The same-sex pairs had come to apply for marriage licenses they … Continue reading

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Gay Relationship Monogamy; The New Normal?

Sex advice columnist Dan Savage, who often helps to guide couples in navigating the issues of monogamy vs. nonmonogamy, is going to find himself either out of a job or with a lot more business as the years go on. … Continue reading

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LGBT Profile: Filmmaker Lee Daniels

I did not realize that Daniel’s had some high profile movies before The Butler. from Out magazines ‘Out100’ 2013: The narrative of Daniels’s hard-living, hard-working life is a movie in itself, and maybe one day he’ll make it. He watched … Continue reading

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