Tag Archive: GLBTA

Apr 16 2014

And Only 12 Remained

I loved this story over at Salon. It’s by a faculty member named Kate Geiselman about Peter LaBarbera’s recent visit to her campus, Sinclair Community College in Dayton Ohio. When LaBarbera arrived there were about 100 people waiting to hear him speak. Not long after he started, many of the students walked out, leaving 12 …

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Oct 24 2012

Why I’m Voting No

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Ben from TheSweatervest blog invited me to write about why I’m voting no to the Minnesota Marriage Amendment this November for his 42 Days of No project, which is highlighting “Why I’m Voting No” stories by Minnesotans (he started it 42 days prior to this November’s vote). This piece was submitted for that project. I am voting …

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Oct 18 2012

Vote No: Halloween Edition

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This lovely household in the Whittier neighborhood of Minneapolis has taken the Minnesota Vote No to Marriage Inequality campaign down a wonderfully thematic path: Don’t limit the freedom of ghouls to marry! The idea that this amendment might pass makes for a very scary story, indeed.

Oct 06 2012

Gaylaxicon Fun


This weekend I’m at a GLBT Science Fiction/Fantasy Convention called Gaylaxic0n. It’s a national event, and it’s being hosted in Minneapolis this year. It’s a smaller, more relaxed convention; I’d guess there are about 300 attendees tops, and there are three panels per time slot. Guests of Honor include Gary Russell, Lyda Morehouse, Kyell Gold …

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Sep 26 2012

Road Trip to UM Duluth for Loren Cameron

I’m leaving work  a little early this afternoon to road trip up to Duluth. Loren Cameron, a photographer and transgender activist, is doing a talk at the University of Minnesota-Duluth called “Transgender Images”. There is a lot of fugly, slimey reporting about Cameron’s presentation (google “University of Minnesota Duluth Loren Cameron”) because it will have …

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Sep 08 2012

Chris Kluwe’s Letter to Maryland Delegate

I will definitely cheer for the hometown team for this one! Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe posted an open letter defending gay marriage and the right of free speech. It contains a fantastically entertaining mix of logical arguments and a buttload of vulgarity. See, this other football player, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo, is a long-time supporter of legalizing …

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Aug 08 2012


Hehehehehehe! An irreverent and off-color message to Kirk Cameron from some of his fellow child celebrities to lay off the GLBT community.

Jun 29 2012

6 O’Clock BS – First Avenue Rocks Even Harder


A couple of days ago on Facebook I saw a billboard of First Avenue supporting same sex equality. I was so excited that I had the Hubby drive me downtown so that I could see it and snap some photos for myself. The board is located off of Glenwood Avenue by the Minneapolis Farmer’s market: Isn’t it pretty? First Avenue is …

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Jun 26 2012

6 O’Clock BS: I’ve Got a Hankering for Cheerios.


Earlier in June, General Mills announced that they are opposed to the Minnesota marriage amendment that will be on the ballot this November. From the General Mills website: [Ken Powell, General Mills CEO] voiced our company’s opposition to the proposed marriage amendment, an initiative that makes our state less inclusive and reduces our company’s ability to …

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May 25 2012

Dinkus of the Day: Pastor Charles Worley

For your viewing displeasure – two minutes of bigotry. I’m again’ this video. “Build a great big large fence… put all the lesbians in there… Do the same thing for the queers and the homosexuals and have that fence electrified so they can’t get out…” “…And you know what, in a few years, they’ll die …

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