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 the hopes that no one notices them. but underneath it all, the GOP remains highly opposed to any progress by LGBTQ persons. Check out the post[Read More…]
Archive for October, 2014
Marriage in and of itself, may not be the stumbling block to full equality. Rather, nondiscrimination protections will be the place where gay, lesbian, bi, trans, and queer persons remain treated as second class citizens.
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.
the play marks the turning point where Tom’s journey out into the world is inevitable, and outside of this smothering, life sucking and overbearing family, he would begin to explore and find the person who is deep within him.
This is the first year KPPAC has made endorsements. KPPAC is endorsing six candidates running for seats in the Pennsylvania State Senate and 19 for the House of Representatives.
I am a sponsor for ReelQ because LGBTQ stories matter, because LGBTQ voices matter, and one of the most crucial things we do as a community to promote real equality is to become a more cohesive supportive whole that values all members. Seeing, listening, and sharing our stories is one path towards that end.
While Marriage Equality news overflows these days taking most of our attention, gay, lesbian, bi, trans, queer, and lied supporters must remain focused on striving for full equality, and to do that, we need to better explore how we support our youth as they grapple with their sexual orientation and gender identity and come out.
The Pittsburgh LGBT Film Festival, ReelQ, is just around the corner, and I wanted to post my top six reasons to attend the annual film festival. I’ve been attending the festival since 1986 or 1987 and have enjoyed many wonderful movies and tremendous memories. If you have a reason you love the film festival I haven’t listed, how about add it as a comment below. These are in no particular order. Mingle with a different[Read More…]