Monthly Archives: January 2015

This is How the Balance Of Power Works

Finally, someone who understands how our governmental system of checks and balances works. From A federal judge has ruled that Alabama’s ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional. While state leaders have decried the subversion of the will of the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Daisy Harris’s ‘After the Rain (Fire and Rain)’

I bought Daisy Harris’s gay romance novel After the Rain (Fire and Rain) because of it’s description. It’s summary talked about firefighters, tight jeans and sex in a tent. Why wouldn’t I want to read about that? As I read the … Continue reading

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Breaking Bisexual Myths

YouTube commentator Connor Manning explains about and bust some myths on bisexuality. My favorite part comes at the 2:00 minute mark where he explains that cheating isn’t a trait of bisexuals; just a trait of crappy people.  

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Michael Sam’s Made a Wonderful Life for Future Gay Footballers

Somebody’s gotta be the first, Michael Sam, and quite often the first isn’t always the most successful. But the first often helps to pave the way for success. I’m referring to Michael Sam’s comments at the end of 2014 where … Continue reading

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The State of the Union for LGBTs

While the mention of Lesbians, Gays and Transgenders in Obama’s 2015 State of the Union address shows progress for our community, an op-ed by Adam Talbot on shows that there is still opposition to that progress in Congress: …no … Continue reading

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NCLR Launches #RuralPride Effort to Promote/Connect Rural LGBTs

In an effort to show that we truly are everywhere and from all walks of life, the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) has launched a campaign called #RuralPride: The #RuralPride campaign is a partnership between NCLR and the U.S. … Continue reading

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Davenport, Iowa Makes List of Queerest Cities

Iowa, forth in the nation to legalize gay marriage equality, and now home to one of the nation’s queerest cities according to The Advocate magazine. Davenport, Iowa. makes their list; coming in at number 9. From “I think that … Continue reading

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LGBT History: Freedom of the Press and a LGBT Publication

David Savage from the LA Times author a piece from our gay history. ONE Magazine, a 1950s Los Angeles gay publication, was considered obscene by the post office who refused to mail it. The publishers filed a lawsuit, eventually going … Continue reading

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The Company We Keep: Judgemental vs. Positive Attitues

An article in the Washington Blade on getting fit in 2015 has gotten a bit of a backlash in its commentary because of the seemingly ‘no fats’ take on who should be in your social circle: Surround yourself with healthy … Continue reading

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The Top Moments for Latino LGBTs in 2014

GLAAD via The Huffington Post gives us some of the top moments of 2014 for Latino Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender persons. Below are a few selections from the article written by Monica Transandes: Supreme! In July, Puerto Rico saw … Continue reading

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