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Australian Gay Icons: Brian Patrick McGahen

McGahen, Brian Patrick (1952–1990)
by Phillip Black
This article was published in Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 18, (MUP), 2012
Brian Patrick McGahen (1952-1990), city councillor, social worker, gay activist and social libertarian, was born on 3 March 1952 at Camperdown, Sydney, elder son of Patrick James McGahen (d.1963), hairdresser, and his wife Monica Marie Anderson, née Pettit, both born in New South Wales. 570 more words

Gay Interest

Do Your Job Or Quit Your Job (September 14, 2015)

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J          “Transfer to the Department of Fish and Game and issue fishing licenses.”

K          “What if she is a committed member of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and is opposed to issuing licenses to allow one to snag and snare smallmouth bass?” … 120 more words


Tired of Triggering Deceit

Gay Friendly is a term like any other. While it launches one into the realm of political correctness, it can close one into a room where to criticize homosexuality becomes tantamount to being a traitor, or worse, a liar.

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Brown: 5 – Plessy: 4 (June 29, 2015)

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Brown: 5 – Plessy: 4

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Bumper sticker of the week:

June 26:  A day that will live in famy

Supreme Court

ISIS Dildo Flag, Dignity, and Gay Marriage

Within hours of being told by that very dignified Supreme Court that Gay Marriage is a matter of Dignity for their community, a gay pride march or celebration included an… 28 more words

Gay Politics

The Bus to Re-Education Camp

After viewing post after post in rainbow hews on FaceBook, I knew this call would come. It came, and I was instructed to go to the nearest re-education camp bus depot. 152 more words

Pres. Barack Obama

Gay Marriage and Bi-Sexuals

Ok, the President just gave a mighty shout out to the LGBT community praising them for changing the meaning of marriage in a whopping 10 year span. 45 more words

Pres. Barack Obama