Monthly Archives: June 2014

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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Management Buys Gay Newlyweds Dinner

With stories coming about eateries and their homophobia toward gay customers in places like Texas and Mississippi, here’s a positive story from The Huffington Post to remind ya that there is still good in the world and that we are … Continue reading

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How I Judge Conchita Wurst

When I first heard about singer Conchita Wurst, I saw a photo of her and thought to myself, ‘She doesn’t really look like she sings country music.’ The gown she had on was way to haute cocktail dress for what … Continue reading

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HIV PSA Creates Message from Historical LGBT Footage

Ryan Murphy, who directed HBO’s television movie version of The Normal Heart, created the below HIV Public Service Announcement using historical footage. From the YouTube descprition: “The Fight Continues” examines prejudice and homophobia — topics as relevant now as they … Continue reading

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Social Networking Sites Provide Something Dating Sites Can’t – The Real You

The Washington Post reports on of social applications like Facebook and Twitter being the new matchmaking services. The article notes that the appeal of these sites over a more structured dating site provides a better insight of a person over … Continue reading

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