I received an email today regarding HIV and stigma partly in reply to a series of posts I wrote about HIV back at the end of November: 2014, HIV and the Gay Community Who deserves HIV/AIDS? HIV and accountability HIV and PrEP The email came from Sean Howell, CEO at Hornet,Read More
There was an interesting post that I’d read yesterday, which linked Harvey Milk and the struggle against HIV as two connected precursors in the movement towards Marriage Equality. This is an idea that deserves consideration, and I hope you read the post. I’ve often wondered, if there would be aRead More
Philadelphia Gay News has a really great post with interviews on a number of PA democrats challenging republicans. They reached out to the GOP candidates, but none were willing to be interviewed. In my pinion, the current GOP strategy is to keep a low profile around LGBTQ issues in theRead More
The story linked here was in my news feed today, and it is the type of story that turns your stomach. That this child is fairly helpless adds to the just how outrageous this is. Those who are battling Marriage Equality generally do so, under the guise that they areRead More
Twitter has become a valuable tool for the sharing of news and information. For many, it has replaced reading the daily paper. For others, it is a Social Network where no company’s profit-driven algorithm is determining what you see or don’t see.
Voters to see LGBTQ Rights issues and other progressive issues as all connected. We need to move the state in a progressive direction for everyone’s advantage and improve life for everyone.
Pa Representative Brian Sims is tweeting about a rally tomorrow, in Philadelphia at the Love Park, 2PM
But I’m struck by how much a person’s whole identity is linked to or determined by their on-line personae. Then, to have that taken away feels shaming and as if we are being forced again into invisibility. But the way this type of thing makes some feel- is a product of years and years of cultural oppression.