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Tag Archives: GLBT
WATCH: The Speech You’ve Been Waiting For.
I ran across this petition on Change.org, a few minutes ago. I’ve signed it, won’t you? If you’re a supporter of LGBT rights, and a fan of the Braves (or any MLB team), won’t you take a few minutes to … Continue reading →
Recently, a friend on Facebook posted a long note stressing her displeasure with Christians who are anti-gay, reminding them that Jesus said “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the father, except through me” … Continue reading →
I realized, much to my chagrin, that I had misspelled Soulja Boy’s name. It is now corrected and I apologize for the error. A couple of days ago, I posted a video by Philip DeFranco that discussed Soulja Boy’s Facebook … Continue reading →
GOP candidate Newt Gingrich is the topic of this discussion. Herein I will lay out what information is available about Mr. Gingrich’s platform and a bit about his personal/public life. I will try to focus on the issues, at first, … Continue reading →
Once again, President Obama serves up the chuckles at the White House Correspondence Dinner. His remarks were at once humorous and pointed. It’s worth a look.
I’ve often thought of what I would do if I was the President of the United States. Would I try to be bipartisan, as President Obama has done? Would I be more dictatorial and draconian, like George W. Bush? Something … Continue reading →
In American culture, what makes a man? Is/are there a particular set of circumstances that make one a man? Is it behavioral or totally physical? In short, is the possession of a penis alone good enough to constitute being a … Continue reading →
From Wikipedia: (Day of Silence) The Day of Silence is the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network’s (GLSEN) annual day of action to protest the bullying and harassment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) students and their supporters. Students … Continue reading →