A transman, Andi Woodhouse will be remembered with a vigil this coming Saturday at 2PM.
Archive for December, 2014
Each year, I post about the top stories on my blog for the year. These are the stories that received the most traffic/visits, as well as most comments.
We have to do better because Leelah isn’t the only young person in this position or facing this level of crisis. We have to do better and truly love these youth because the people who should be there for them often are not and are the people torturing these kids.
This week in HIV/AIDS, is an ongoing weekly blog series where I highlight news or commentary about HIV/AIDS in an attempt to increase the dialogue about HIV/AIDS within the LGBTQ community.
What will the LGBTQ movement need to focus upon in 2015 and how. Commentary regarding a state-level strategy for LGBTQ issues as identified by David Mariner and published on The Billerico Project.
See James Franco realizes what a bunch of assholes we are that we will believe anything put before us, when it is done by some guy who collectively, we want to get in their pants. And by that, I mean Franco’s as wells Eminem’s.
Review of the book, “Lesbian for a Year” by Brooke Hemphill which documents Hemphill’s history seeking intimacy through sex, and includes a year where she dates women exclusively.
Ideas about myths and realities that we either accept or choose to disbelieve including Santa Claus, Jesus’ virgin birth, and an anti-police movement.
There is a great need for cultural critique and someone needs to really skewer modern gay male culture. But, “The Gays” neither glorifies Fag overindulgence and self absorption nor adequately indicts it in a way which becomes humorous.
This week, I start a new series of posts regarding HIV/AIDS, where weekly, I’ll post about one or more related items I’ve seen in my news feed or elsewhere.