Speaking of the attempt to roll back gay rights, let's go to Italy, where the spirit of Mussolini, especially in the cities of northern Italy, never died and has now.
Like I mentioned the other day with the recently departed Freedom Rider Catherine Burke-Brooks, one of the things that we can learn from past struggles for justice is just how.
Singer and anti-gay activist Anita Bryant is heading up a crusade to nullify a local gay rights ordinance, Feb. 15, 1977. Bryant calls the group "Save Our Children" and vows.
One of the depressing things of this month is watching corporations completely cave in the face of even the slightest protest against them supporting Pride. I guess they got to.
Like you may have, I raised my eyebrow when I heard the same-sex marriage bill is being postponed until after the November elections. But Grace Segers at The New Republic.
Clela Rorex, shown here in her office while she was serving as Boulder County clerk in 1975, says she didn't anticipate the hate-filled response after she issued marriage licenses to.
This is the grave of Jim Graham. Born in 1945 in Wishaw, Scotland (I know the gravestone says 1944 but everywhere else it says 1945 so I don't know), Graham.
Trumpism (or is DeSantisism more appropriate now) gives ExxonMobil a chance to not only destroy the Earth but start oppressing its gay employees again, just like the good old days..