Archive for May, 2015

Breaking News: GLSEN Pittsburgh to Close Operations.

Breaking News: GLSEN Pittsburgh to Close Operations.

The GLSEN board of directors has voted and is now working with the national office on a transition process to cease operations. The idea is that organizations with paid staff and adequate support can better meet the needs of LGBTQIA youth.

May 30, 2015 Comments are Disabled Activism, general
This week in HIV/AIDS: May 26, 2015

This week in HIV/AIDS: May 26, 2015

HIV?AIDS is preventable and the epidemic can be stopped if we can find ways to overcome the nine prevention obstacles affecting the Trans* community.

May 26, 2015 Comments are Disabled HIV/AIDS
Five Reasons Why Ireland Matters for Americans

Five Reasons Why Ireland Matters for Americans

My list my five reasons the Irish victory for marriage equality matters for Americans.

May 25, 2015 Comments are Disabled Activism, Same-Sex Marriage
Will you attend the party or the protest?

Will you attend the party or the protest?

Blogger’s note: Since I began writing this post, the protest effort has morphed into planning for an alternative e Pride called Roots Pride Pittsburgh.  If you missed it, there is a great post over at Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents, about the Delta Foundation’s finances. I’d encourage you to check it out. The author paints a clear picture of how the supposed goals of the group and their activities don’t seem to be aligned. I want to[Read More…]

May 24, 2015 Comments are Disabled Activism, Gay Pride, general
Is the Wizard of Oz behind the Delta Foundation facade?

Is the Wizard of Oz behind the Delta Foundation facade?

But underneath that is a longstanding and very justified frustration with an organization run mostly by a few white persons (including Bryan) which makes itself out to appear like the all- powerful wizard.

May 22, 2015 1 comment Activism, Gay Pride, general
The Protest Against Delta Foundation: Why is this happening?

The Protest Against Delta Foundation: Why is this happening?

One of the single most important things that ought to grow from this protest is for people to come understand what is happening and why. We have to hear and grasp the motivations and underlying feelings if we are to move ahead and affect change that makes what comes better and more inclusive than what has been.

May 20, 2015 Comments are Disabled Activism, Gay Pride
An interview with Tom Lenk.

An interview with Tom Lenk.

The next production at Pittsburgh Public Theater is a hilarious comedy that you don’t want to miss. I’ve read the script, and this week, I had a chance to sit down with the very handsome, smart, and funny Tom Lenk, who stars in Buyer and Cellar. Some of you may know Tom from his appearances on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and he has a long resume and the comedic chops needed to take on this exciting show.[Read More…]

May 19, 2015 Comments are Disabled general
Has Delta Foundation Alienated Another Group of People?

Has Delta Foundation Alienated Another Group of People?

It isn’t a new criticism for Delta– that persons of color are overlooked and/or ignored. But to some, this latest effort feels like a slap in the face. Does Delta deserve the criticism?

May 19, 2015 Comments are Disabled Activism, Gay Pride, general
Pennsylvania Youth Congress Established

Pennsylvania Youth Congress Established

The Pennsylvania Youth Congress Established.
PA’s First Statewide LGBT Youth Organization, PSEC, to become PYC.

May 18, 2015 Comments are Disabled Activism
Open Letter to SCOTUS: Are LGBTQ Persons a Protected Class?

Open Letter to SCOTUS: Are LGBTQ Persons a Protected Class?

Are LGBTQ persons a protected class, and if not why shouldn’t they be?

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