Monthly Archives: June 2014

Random Eye Candy: Tim McGraw in ‘Men’sHealth’ Magazine

Rather than put up the put up the shirtless shot that everyone else has been highlighting from Tim McGraw’s profile in the August 2014 issue of Men’sHealth Magazine, I chose this one from it’s table of contents (click to enlarge). … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: From Don’t Ask; Don’t Tell to Air Force Reserve Pride Poster

From the AirForceTimes ‘Flightlines’: The Air Force — as well as the rest of the military — has seen some considerable changes since Don’t Ask Don’t Tell ended in 2011 and gay and lesbian service members began serving openly. Same-sex … Continue reading

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LGBT History in Mural Format

Wells Fargo bank highlights the unveiling of a new 102 foot long mural that wraps around a West Hollywood branch on it’s Wells Fargo Stories blog: The mural features images of early gay pride marches, gay bars, the Chateau Marmont … Continue reading

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Allentown, Penn. to get LGBT Community Center

Though just when and where remains to be seen. From The Morning Call: Allentown is the largest LGBT community in the state that doesn’t have a central, physical community center, said activist Adrian Shanker, who’s leading the campaign. “The idea … Continue reading

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LGBT History: The Black Cat Protest; The West Coast’s Stonewall

The website, Ventura County Pride, helps to expand our knowledge in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) history with a posting about a protest against a raid on the gay bar The Black Cat. February 11, 1967 is not a … Continue reading

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Telling Our Stories: Bringing Family Together

From StoryCorps, a non-profit dedicated to providing “people of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share, and preserve the stories of our lives”, comes this story of gay brother who helped to bring his estranged siblings together. … Continue reading

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Video Review: Tom Goss’s ‘Illuminate the Dark’

Aside from the message of not being judgmental based on appearances, I really like that this video has one of my favorite bloggers, Lori Duron, as a participant. Duron is the mother of a gender non-conforming boy. In her words, … Continue reading

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LGBTs Aren’t Exempt From Evolving In Our Terms And Labels

You know your starting to make some strides in equality when the very community that is oppressed argues within itself about what is a proper and improper term for ourselves. I speak of the discussion of the word tranny which … Continue reading

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Random Eye Candy: Kip Moore on the Cover of ‘Nash’ Magazine

There sure is something about Kip Moore. This good-lookin’ country man graces the cover of the June 16, 2014 Nash magazine; produced by the folks at Country Weekly. Although the byline leads to believe your going to get an interview … Continue reading

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Meet Pete Cahall, Principal and Newly Out Gay Man, In His Own Words

Pete Cahall, principal of Woodrow Wilson High School in Washington, D.C. came out as gay man for the first time to his student body during their June 4, 2014 pride event. Cahall’s coming out made headlines around the country. Now, … Continue reading

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