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Eastern Europe Still Disappointing in Regard to Gays

Happy Sunday everyone! I am glad to be done with a local snowstorm and 5 feet of snow, and to get back to writing. Eastern Europe and Northern Asia have long been a hostile regions toward homosexuals, even as Western Europe has become the most progressive area on earth and safest for gays, Russia and the old Soviet Bloc seem to be… 236 more words


It's time for LGBT people to feel better about themselves.

Things are obviously so much better for young LGBT people growing up today than they were for people born in the 50s and 60s, or even the 80s. 2,009 more words


Visualize Love

I know that on this blog we frequently discuss same-sex marriage and how the current geography of marriage laws is changing.  Right now, there is a lot of gray area and legal disputes, and it can be hard to keep track of what exactly is happening and where.  25 more words

Gay Rights Speaker Banned From Detroit Parish

DETROIT (AP) – The Archdiocese of Detroit has banned a Catholic support group from using a Detroit parish for a meeting with a pro-gay rights speaker. 324 more words



The feel-good movie of the year.

It may be, cinematically, a no risk, straightforward telling of a story, but WHAT a story. It will make you laugh, cry, cheer, boo – talk about playing with the heartstrings. 52 more words


Calling for all FRAKKNUCKLE book and album art collaborators. I need your talents!

Hello creative community of internet users!

In the coming months I look forward to publishing a pamphlet of poems and releasing an audio Spoken Word album to accompany it. 70 more words

Why Catholics Should Take a Position on the Hate-Crimes Bill

Deal W. Hudson
Published October 15, 2009

Last Saturday night, President Barack Obama spoke to the nation’s leading homosexual-rights lobbying group, the Human Rights Campaign, in Washington, D.C. 668 more words