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People We Should Remember

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On June 30, 2022
There’s been a few deaths lately of people who might not be famous but who really worked to make the lives of people better. They deserve a moment of remembrance. Let’s start with Clela Rorex, a woman who made a truly remarkable stand at a time when such things seemed impossible: Clela Rorex, who made […]
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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. Exxon Mobil Corp.聽plans to prohibit the LGBTQ-rights flag from being flown on the corporate flagpole outside its offices during Pride month in June, prompting a […]

Amusing Tidbits

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On July 27, 2021

I probably am enjoying this more than I should. The granddaughter of arch anti-LGBTQ activist Anita Bryant is getting married to another woman, and she doesn鈥檛 know whether to invite her homophobic

This piece argues that climate change could be the next gay marriage in terms of young Republicans supporting meaningful action on it while old Republicans hate the idea of even considered it. Well, maybe. But I think there are some problems here. Primarily, I’m not sure how this manifests itself in policy. Gay marriage has […]

Huey Newton

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On May 17, 2012

Given the times we live in, it’s worth recognizing those who believed that gay rights was the next phase of the rights struggle when many did not. Such as Huey Newton. From an August 15, 1970 sp

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