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A little bit queer – stories from the LGBTQI Community
Vancouver Pride Parade & Festival 2012

Vancouver Pride Parade & Festival 2012

Each year, the annual Pride Parade draws more than 600,000 people. The 34th annual Pride Parade – located in the heart of Vancouver’s West End – is the event of the summer! Vancouver Pride The Vancouver Pride Parade route travels along Robson street to Denman, follows to Beach Avenue and ends at Sunset Beach Pride[…]

Maine LGBT Civil Rights March

From May 28th to the 30th, kick off rallies will happen all over the great state of Maine, in the name of marriage equality for all. The marriage equality fight isn’t about gay rights, it is about civil rights. The right to marry a person someone loves is the basic freedom every person should have.[…]

RI allows funeral planning rights for gays.

Rhode Island lawmakers override governor’s veto. Rhode Island State Rep David Segal explains how he and his fellow legislators stood up to the Governor’s veto and calls  NOM to task.  It’s clear that people are seeing NOM for what it is. Rhode Island to Buck National Organization for Marriage, Override Veto of Domestic Partner Death[…]

Seasons of Pride

We are pleased to bring you the very best of the  LGBT community and now we offering you as many options as possible to get your Gay, Lesbian, Transgender news – here of course, Facebook and Twitter! Seasons of Pride Facebook Fan Page Seasons of Pride on Twitter Methodist Minister Comes Out to His Congregation[…]

Sally Kern is off her meds and Sarah Palin resigns

There should be a house landing any moment now . . .   Obama’s Reality On Civil Rights, Gay Rights –     Poverty in the LGBT Community –     During the McCarthyist period 1947 to 1953 more people lost their jobs for being homosexual than for involvement with the Communist party.    7/2/1953 The[…]

Well said . . .

I think Richard Cohen’s editorial in the Washington Post puts it quite succinctly. . . “I can understand Obama’s desire to embrace constituencies that have rejected him. Evangelicals are in that category and Warren is an important evangelical leader with whom, Obama said, ‘we’re not going to agree on every single issue.’ He went on[…]

Light Up The Night

Jointheimpact is organizing a candlelight vigil on Saturday. Check their website for details in your city. In San Francisco, it’s at Union Square at 5pm. WHAT WILL WE BE DOING? * Hosting peaceful candlelight vigils * We will stay silent unless asked a question, we will not yell, instigate, or bear signs. Instead, we will[…]

Where do we go from here?

Kate Kendell leads the National Center for Lesbian Rights, a national legal organization committed to advancing the civil and human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their families through litigation, public policy advocacy, and public education. While I wasn’t really surprised, I was crushingly disappointed. We always knew this was going to[…]

Got Hope? Harvey Milk

You Gotta Give Them Hope   This month marks the 30-year anniversary of Harvey Milk’s assassination.  This clip, which animates the words to one of Milk’s most inspiring speeches, reminds us that in the wake of Proposition 8, Amendment 2, Proposition 102, and the ban on gay adoption in Arkansas, there is still hope.  To[…]

Sean Penn As Harvey Milk – Gay Rights Take Center Stage

By Deborah King When Hollywood needed to find a star for the movie Milk, about a San Francisco gay politician named Harvey Milk who was murdered in 1978, tough guy Sean Penn showed he could morph into any character at all. He disappears into the role of Milk with tenderness and true artistry. Penn and[…]