Tag Archives: lgbtq

Finding My So-Called Queer Identity in My So-Called Life

August 25, 2014


One of the best shows. EVER.

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Thanks but No Thanks National Media – Please Do Your Homework #tnleg #lgbt #equality

March 27, 2014


Thanks but No Thanks National Media – Please Do Your Homework #tnleg #lgbt #equality http://t.co/0OuYPFlhmq #storify #tnleg #lgbt — KCGibbons (@KCGibbons) March 27, 2014

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Monday Musings otherwise known as Walk(ing) Through The Fire #MondayMusings #equality

March 10, 2014


I found this just now and experienced a level of joy I can hardly contain on my face. So have at it – listen & love & learn the lyrics. The What Was  Being a parent is hard. Being a good parent is harder. Being a perfect parent is impossible. Intergalactic Nemesis Book One — […]

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Here’s Your Happy: Spencer’s Home Depot Marriage Proposal #LoveIsLove

September 13, 2013


Right. In. The. Feels.

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WATCH: Now This Is How You Dance to ‘Same Love’

September 12, 2013


Just beautiful Gay.net – WATCH: Now This Is How You Dance to ‘Same Love’.

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Happy Pride…with a little Milk and a little mischief #equality

July 1, 2013



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The Way Forward — Thoughts on the #WarOnWomen, Moral Mondays, SCOTUS rulings and How We Fight

June 27, 2013


Yes, I’ve been tweeting. Reading compulsively. Talking with allies on Facebook. But, it hit me last night over dinner with fine company, I haven’t really processed all the implications of this week. But, these are my own thoughts about what this week means for those of us motivated by justice, living in Red (or purple – […]

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And Words Will Never Hurt Me

May 26, 2013


Originally posted on Liminality:
I was participating in a discussion the other day where it was asked,  How should we Christians Show Christ’s Love to Homosexuals? The person who posed the question for discussion said he felt he wanted to apologize to LGBTQ people for the horrid way that the church catholic has treated them. He was asking…

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On Griner and Collins: My Piece At The Atlantic

April 30, 2013


Originally posted on Jessica Luther:
[cross-posted from Power Forward, my blog on sports and culture] I wrote a piece for The Atlantic today comparing Brittney Griner‘s “coming out” and Jason Collins‘: The WNBA Can Teach Male Athletes About Coming Out and Being Allies. I’m pleased with it. I enjoy working with the editor there. She helped me take complicated ideas…

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28 hours in Nashville — Get Up, Stand Up and Dress Up Too.

April 1, 2013


Nashville isn’t just about cowboy boots, big hair and music; last week it was also about equality and burlesque–for me anyway. The gush of wow started with something as easy as this — in my Facebook and Twitter feeds, there was a tidal wave of red equality profile pics and avis. It was so overwhelming…and […]

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