Go. Go now. Go now and watch “8”: A Play About the Fight for Marriage Equality — Jerry and I watched it tonight, and if ever there’s a church service for someone like me, this. is. it. One of the… Continue Reading →
Not watching cartoons or sports, but watching the Senate edge even closer to ending a discriminatory policy. Final vote on repealing Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell is expected at 3pm EST today. I’ll be watching.
Adding his voice to Dan Savage’s campaign of “It Gets Better,” here’s President Obama: My frustrations are pretty clear in the post below this one — but I think Rachel Maddow summed up the significance of the video well: Americans… Continue Reading →
Right now one of the bigger issues playing out on the political hometurf is the issue of ending the useless “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy in the military. The policy itself is in its death throes — from all the… Continue Reading →
I just finished watching the 2010 documentary 8: The Mormon Proposition (link is to the full movie online). I’ve known about the film since it’s preview days, and I was happy to see that it’s now available to view online… Continue Reading →
Today U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker ruled AGAINST Proposition 8 in California, clearing the way for the case to make its way to the Supreme Court. I’m just DYING to read his entire ruling, but I’m just so swamped right… Continue Reading →