Gay Pride 2012Palm Springs GAY PRIDENovember 3rd, 2012Come hang out with me in Palm Springs for Gay Pride 2012.
- Linking Together To Build A Better Future!
- Queen Latifah Made It Official “Coming Out” At Gay Pride 2012
- I can’t go on, I have too heavy of a cross to bear!
- Growning up with Gay Parents.
- Pray the Gay Away! God vs. Gay?
- Dan Savage: It Gets Better But Wish They Were All F–king Dead
- Hope Sees the Invisible, Feels the Intangible and Achieves What Seems Impossible
- High Octane Attorney Paul Clement Resigns Over Law Firms DOMA Decision
- If You Are Not Willing to Fight Then What Are You Willing To Lose? A Chance for Equality?
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Every gay and lesbian person who has been lucky enough to survive the turmoil of growing up in this “straight world” has an obligation to those who will face the same challenges. Courage | Perseverance | LGBT
The high octane attorney Paul Clement quit King & Spalding. The Atlanta based law firm, which made news a few years ago by representing terrorists in Guantanamo Bay will no longer be representing the United States House of Representatives in … Continue reading
The House Republicans feel strongly that only certain people should have equal rights so they plan to defend DOMA. They’ve hired some high-powered counsel for the task. The U.S. House of Representatives has hired Paul Clement and Clement’s law firm, the venerable … Continue reading
Don't be a prisoner of your past, be the architect of your future! Design your destiny! #CivilRights— Ezekiel (@AdvocateGuy) April 11, 2011
A sign of the time… Progress is being made!
Just like same-sex marriage is a hot topic - Lesbians and gays adopting children are at the forefront. It’s great to see that feelings about gay people are shifting in light of the U.S. military’s don’t ask don’t tell repeal. Full equality … Continue reading
A single conscious mind can help change the world – it’s all about you as a person. Yes, it is true I have no clue who you are or what you present to the world, or represent to those around … Continue reading
During the heated debate over California’s controversial Proposition 8, which stripped lesbians and gays of their right to marry when it was passed in November of 2008, many LGBT activists drew comparisons to the struggles African Americans endured during the … Continue reading
There have been quite a few threads recently posted by people expressing “disappointment” once they come out about being gay. Disappointement with life, disappointment with dating, disappointment with the gay community, etc. Whatever happened to the concept of taking responsibility … Continue reading