Monthly Archives: April 2015

Random Eye Candy: Talk Show Host, Andy Cohen

Queerty.com brings us these tweeted photos of the hunkiest talk show host on the air today, Andy Cohen. Dang! I’ve been going to the wrong beach. See the original post

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Rayna Jaymes Real Life Counterpart is Lee Ann Womack

We’ve been looking at the wrong flame-haired beauty. Since the TV series ‘Nashville’ hit the air in 2012, speculation has run rampant about who the main character of Rayna Jaymes is based upon. Reba McEntitre has been the front-runner in most conversations, … Continue reading

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Why It Gets Better: Anti-Bullying Legislation in Montana

From the Billings Gazette: HELENA — It took more than 10 years, several proposals and countless stories from young people who have suffered, but on Tuesday, Montana joined every other state in the nation with an anti-bullying law. Democratic Gov. … Continue reading

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PrideSource Q & A with Reba McEntire: LGBT acceptance; Reba Illusionists and Women on the Radio

In a PrideSource website interview with one of country music’s leading ladies, Reba McEntire touches on the progress she sees in the industry’s acceptance of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender fans; who’d win in a country Queen-off; and the dearth of … Continue reading

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Today in LGBT History: Marching for Our Rights In Washington, D.C. circa 1965

As we are a week away from another historic moment in gay rights history with the April 28th Supreme Court Cases on Marriage Equality, we are reminded by ABC news of another milestone in gay history that happened around this … Continue reading

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Laverne Cox shows Off Her Body Beautiful

After turning down the opportunity, Laverne Cox decided that she would pose nude for Allure magazine in order to show the world that transgender women and women of color are beautiful: “…I’m a black transgender woman. I felt this could … Continue reading

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Is This Religious Freedom: Kicking You Out of A Cab?

In the debate over Religious Freedom and, specifically, Religious Freedom Restoration Acts; like the one that was signed into law by Indiana, the main example that people bring up on both sides of the issue is the baker would not want … Continue reading

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‘Bill of Rights Ordinance’ Passed for LGBT Seniors In San Francisco

From KCBS: SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A city ordinance prohibiting discrimination against senior lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender San Franciscans by long-term care facilities and nursing homes was unanimously approved by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. … Continue reading

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Why Being Gay Isn’t an Addiction

Opponents of equality for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people will often use the comparison of “the gay lifestyle” as an addiction; something like being an alcoholic or a drug addict. Those who are LGBT know that is not true. … Continue reading

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Products Can’t Be Discriminatory, But Services Can

Those who oppose gay marriage equality like to often use the scenario that you wouldn’t demand ham at a kosher deli to put across their point that businesses are free to refuse service to gay and lesbian customers. They claim that … Continue reading

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