Monthly Archives: July 2014

How Kip Moore’s ‘Dirt Road’ Single Came to Be

A few post back, I wrote about the similarity of Kip Moore’s ‘Dirt Road’ to Justin Moore’s ‘One Dirt Road’. In those post, I noted that though the songs are very similar in theme, the songwriters on both were very … Continue reading

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Pride Events Still to Come in 2014

While we tend to think of June as pride month. Gay Cities provides us with a list of some big city prides that are still to come this year; including Austin and Dallas which both happen in September. I am … Continue reading

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United Nations Takes Small Step to Gay Marriage Equality

The Huffington Post reports that the United Nations Secretariat will not provide full benefits to same-sex employees regardless of the whether the employees home country recognizes such unions. While this is a step forward for equality, the article notes that … Continue reading

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Inside the Courtroom at Marriage Equality Hearing in Florida

Most of the time we see the Marriage Equality hearings only through live streams, transcripts or rehashes in news articles, but The Miami Herald has put together the below video which gives us a little bit of an inside peak … Continue reading

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Kissing Cousin ‘Dirt Road’ Country Songs

Country artist Kip Moore has released a single called ‘Dirt Road.’ In the song, Moore sings about his hope that there’s a dirt road up behind the pearly gates: But unless it’s got a dirt road/ leading down to a … Continue reading

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Tell us YOUR Gay Marriage Equality Evolution Story, Hillary Clinton

Queerty reports on an interview with Hillary Clinton via National Public Radio where they describe her reactions to being questioned about her support of marriage equality as being “angry.” I have listened to the audio portion of the interview and … Continue reading

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Let’s Show That Virginia is for ALL Lovers; Straight or Gay

The Virginia tourism campaign wants to get the public involved in helping to promote that, as the slogan says, “Virginia is for Lovers.” The tourism board created a hashtag #LOVEVA and a Facebook page as well. There is even a … Continue reading

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Sharing A Disney Princess Memory with Your Gender Non-Conforming Son

Lori Duron is a mom to a gender non-confirming child, C.J. She writes about her experiences at her blog entitled Raising My Rainbow. In an excerpt from one of her posts below, Lori gives us an example of how to … Continue reading

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LGBT History: Gay Pride at 45

The website Gay Cities has a photographic look back at gay prides from the last 45 years. See more photos

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