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A Real Stonewall Rioter

Marsha P. Johnson

By Sean Hayes

With the recent petition by several gay people to remove the “T” from “LGBT”, I thought now would be a good time to educate not only myself, but others on transgender history. 1,174 more words


Queer activists attack college for screening ‘Stonewall’ because it’s not diverse enough

A college faced calls to cancel a screening of the film Stonewall – after students complained the film doesn’t portray enough diversity. The Roland Emmerich film, released earlier this year, portrays the 1969 riots at the Stonewall Inn in New York – often considered the birthplace of the LGBT rights movements. 160 more words


Gender, the Gospel and a Modern Tower of Babel

There was a time when humanity thought it could be God, and sought to build a tower up to heaven.  Modern humanity is trying to remake itself in its own self-image…the inevitable confusion that follows is happening before our very eyes.   1,249 more words

Christian Today


The stonework is finished, and I am very happy with this seasons progress.

I even made a television. The very first permaculture TV set in the world, as far as I know. 47 more words



This is simply quintessential England!

How nice it was simply to escape the madness and the fast passed life of London and venture out to the simple life, the real England and breathe in all that fresh countryside air. 1,086 more words


Too Young to be Gay?

It’s recently been brought to my attention that one member of the faculty in my sixth form is undeniably homophobic, which isn’t a sentence I thought I’d be typing any time soon. 1,701 more words

Polishing off the stone wall for this year

I’m using up the last of the cement, mixing it with fine sand (1 – 3) and filling in between the stones before covering the wall over to keep it dry during the winter. 11 more words