Monthly Archives: March 2015

Quote of the Day: A ‘Redneck’ Dad’s Reaction To His Son’s Coming Out

From Out Magazine’s profile article of Brandon and Benjamin, a gay couple from Montana: The two met a little over a year ago, and now live together in Washington State, but they go back to visit Brandon’s family in Montana … Continue reading

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Which U.S. State Will Legalize Same-Sex Marriage Last?

With marriage equality cases to be heard before the Supreme Court in April of 2015 and many states in one status of marriage limbo or another, The Washington Post opines on which state may be the last in our nation … Continue reading

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Checking in With Washington, D.C.’s First-to-Wed Same-Sex Couples

On the five year anniversary of when it became legal for same-sex couple to marry in Washington, D.C., The Washington Post checks in with three of the couples. For two, it made things much easier, but for one out of … Continue reading

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Advice on Being an Out LGBT Teacher from Johnny Jonte Boucher

In a blog post for the Dallas Morning News, teacher Johnny Jonte Boucher, has some first-hand advice for those who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender and in the teaching profession about being yourself while still managing to keep your … Continue reading

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LGBT Affirmation and the Evangelical Church

On The Huffington Post, Heidi Hall authors an article about the beginnings of a shift in attitudes toward affirming the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) members of the Evangelical Church. A change which Hall notes is due in part … Continue reading

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Music Review: Neal McCoy’s ‘Pride – A Tribute to Charlie Pride’

I didn’t even have to listen to this one to know that I was going to love it. The combination of the classic songs from Charlie Pride and Neal McCoy’s voice set up a can’t-lose scenario with this CD. Neal … Continue reading

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