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The Wild, Wild East Part 1: Budapest Pride

The last couple weeks have been a whirlwind. One of the biggest things that has happened is that I moved apartments. Zoki’s mother is coming to stay with him and his family and so they needed the guest room at their place. 2,705 more words

New Places, Spaces, and a Thing Called Transition

I’m in my third week being at Berkeley and I think all the feelings are starting to sink in.  Having a week full of training has helped occupy my mind, but it’s when I’m off the clock that I’m overwhelmed with confusion.   816 more words

A starting point: love, writing, Milk, and cows

AUTHOR: Ashley

I have been meaning to create a blog for quite a while now, and finally everything has fallen into place, pushed by a bit of inspiration. 1,258 more words

Sunwølf - Beholden to Nothing and No One (2014)

SunwølfBeholden to Nothing and No One (30 June 2014)

Hello out there, and Happy Monday everyone! My original plan was for this review to be published last Friday, but that was the 4th of July, aka Independence Day, which is the American holiday commemorating the time when some folks who lived here decided to send a letter to England saying they wanted to get a divorce. 710 more words

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Simone Campbell, a committed advocate for social equality, models behaviors and character traits such as dedication, diligence and determination; she lives with exemplary personal authenticity and communicates with a a sincerity which can only serve to encourage, inspire and motivate those who are fortunate enough to know her. 1,571 more words



We, as a community, are under or misrepresented in the media and this impacts upon how individuals are perceived and treated by society. Positive, inspirational role models from the LGBT community can have an enormous impact on addressing this and can give hope to individuals who feel less valid and disenfranchised from society. 662 more words


#BeTrue: San Francisco PRIDE 2014

Living in San Francisco, I had a front row seat to the largest LBGT PRIDE gathering in the nation this past weekend. The celebration kicked off Saturday with one main stage performance right in front of City Hall, on the same steps where Harvey Milk, the first openly gay person elected to public office in California as city supervisor, addressed a crowd of over 200,000 on Gay Freedom day in 1978. 462 more words