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"Embracing Justice" - Submissions Open!

I’m very happy and proud to announce that I’ve been asked by my friend Alex S. Johnson (of Nocturnicorn) to edit this anthology !

Riot Pink Presents an Anthology Edited by Christina Engela: “Embracing Justice”, a benefit anthology to fight anti-LGBT discrimination. 203 more words

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Gilmore girls reboot review

*beware:spoilers*

Let me start by saying that I loved the bits that didn’t make me uncomfortable, (they were funny and brought back every character I could think of from the originals) but there were too many uncomfortable parts for me to rewatch it. 1,630 more words

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Family Lunch/Freud Was Right

For the first time in a year I am completely allowed to start typing this with the following phrase: LONG TIME NO SEE! I am an utterly shitty person and, for the last 20 days since I posted the birthday blog, I haven’t been doing anything. 834 more words

On Homophobes

Okay, this one I have a really strong opinion on. I’m a strong supporter of the LGBTQIAP+ community, and I hate to see people of that group discriminated against. 138 more words

Homophobes

He Seems Nice, Part Infinity

Over at Barbwire, the blog-like thingie of Matt Barber, the man who only thinks about hot, sweaty man-on-man sex with thighs like pistons that can pump all night, we learn about one man’s (Paul Hair) hopes and dreams: 382 more words

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Young Life Leaders Wanted: Gays Need Not Apply

(Photo source: http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2015/03/indiana-gov-mike-pence-signs-gay-discrimination-bill)

For a long time I’ve wanted to highlight the fact that Young Life is strictly anti-gay.  It is YL’s position that being gay is a sin and in direct opposition to God’s will and word.   323 more words

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Using the Delta Fever to Reassert AIDS into the Current Discourse: An Analysis of Sherri L. Smith’s Orleans (By Sam E. and Alison R.)

In Sherri L. Smith’s novel Orleans, disease is a key plot element. We argue that the Delta Fever (DF) parallels HIV/AIDS through the construction of the disease as a blood-borne virus treated as highly contagious by caretakers. 1,130 more words