The uber hardcore Clinton faction is taking every swing they can at the Bernie folks, and the Bernie or Bust folks sinking deeper into some fantasy land where they will somehow achieve something. So much is at stake in this election. These are the important issues as I see them.
Tru is the story of a specific few days in the life of Truman Capote, perhaps America’s first openly gay celebrity.
Equality, diversity, and protections from discrimination have never been political/partisan issues. They are social and economic issues. Queer persons need to stop dissing corporate involvement in the queer community and start seeking ways to be in partnership with business’s efforts to achieve protections that enhance and support diversity and inclusion.
In my opinion, LGBTQ voters would do better to turn their attention to State elections and Congressional races, because it is at these levels of government that we need to make great strides ahead.
The playwright makes no excuses nor holds back on any punches, and the result is a play that provokes the audience into this messy mix of history, passion, belief, expectation, betrayal, and regret.
“Brian Sims is a true progressive champion. He has stood with me in the fight to ensure that our children receive an education that prepares them for a 21st century economy and make gas drillers pay their fair share. Brian never shies away from a challenge and is a consummate advocate for equality for all Pennsylvanians.”
According to a new unscientific poll of Scruff users released last week, Clinton is the clear favorite of gay men who use the app.
This focus on a future vote dismisses and abandons the only important election, which was the one that elected the existing president and congress.
Even where “religious freedoms” is the justifying argument pushed forth, the real issue is male dominance, male privilege, and an emphasis on tradional gender roles.
Is the profession of being a Pittsburgh police officer about serving the public, or is it about how much extra money an officer can make? What are our officer’s motivations for being officers? Is the problem a FOP which has too much power and makes outragious demands?