Monthly Archives: September 2014

A View Into The Mind of Gay Sociological Analysis

What’s it like to be a gay person? What’s it like to be constantly evaluating, analyzing, checking yourself in social situations to determine if you will be accepted, tolerated, discriminated, snubbed or even attacked? College Student Andrew Gelwicks gives us … Continue reading

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Today in News We Already Knew: LGBT Support DOESN’T Hurt The Business Bottom Line

The threat of ‘taking our business elsewhere’ and the fear of losing profits has, in the past, been something that kept business from being too supportive of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) employees or too vocal about it. But … Continue reading

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New Grant Fund Created to Support North Florida LGBT Organizations

Jacksonville Business Journal reports on the development of a new grant funding source for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community in North Florida. Called The LGBT Community Foundation for Northeast Florida, the fund recently awarded $100,000 in grants … Continue reading

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In Case You Missed It: Tim McGraw #amexUNSTAGED

September 16, 2014, the same day Tim McGraw’s CD Sundown Heaven Town was released, McGraw put on a live concert for the American Express cards AMEX Unstaged series. If you happened to miss it, you can catch some highlights of … Continue reading

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50 Plus 1, Marriage Equality Fight Comes to Puerto Rico

In June of 2014, all 50 states in the union had cases to challenge the remaining bans on gay marriage bans; North Dakota completed that list. Now, we’ve got one more. The United States territory of Puerto Rico joins the … Continue reading

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Show Your Family Pride with #MyQueerFamily

From The Huffington Post comes this request for photos of what our families look like; be they your close friends, pets, spouses or you and the kids: Yep. This is from her prom. "@huffpostgay: Are you proudly part of a … Continue reading

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It’s Not Getting Better Everywhere, Gay in California’s East Valley

While we are seeing progress for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender rights coming more day-to-day, and while we think of marriage equality and the overturn of California’s Proposition 8 as giant leaps in that progress, The Desert Sun shows us … Continue reading

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Garth Brooks Throwsdown to iTunes with His Own Digital Music Service

In a previous post, Garth Brooks spoke with Robin Roberts on Good Morning America about an announcement which he said would bring big change to music history. The announcement was Garth is starting his own digital music service called GhostTunes. … Continue reading

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Garth Brooks’s New Music

Country legend and superstar Garth Brooks is back with new music. The song’s title is “People Loving People” and from the few strains that I have heard here and there it sounds a little bit like a throwback to “We … Continue reading

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What the World Has Learned from Footballer Michael Sam

NFL Player Michael Sam may not have shattered the glass closet during his rookie stint with the St. Louis Rams, but as Lindsay Jones’s USA Today article points out, he did put a few more cracks in it: He showed … Continue reading

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