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Do We Still Need Gayborhoods?
July 2, 2014
Gay Ghetto? The title says it all - a collection of shops, bars, clubs, saunas, pubs who all cater to a gay or LGBT audience constitutes a ghetto, a community of sorts. But in the 21st century, do we really need one? Does it still serve a purpose? Who is the audience? And why? more . . . .
 
The Great Religious Secession
June 30, 2014
...I am someone who believes that religious liberty is the country's founding freedom, the idea that made America possible. I am also a homosexual atheist, so religious conservatives may not want my advice. I'll give it to them anyway. Culturally conservative Christians are taking a pronounced turn toward social secession: asserting both the right and the intent to sequester themselves from secular culture and norms, including the norm of nondiscrimination. This is not a good idea. When religion isolates itself from secular society, both sides lose, but religion loses more. more . . . .
 
The Quiet Clash Between Transgender Women And Drag Queens
June 25, 2014
In March, RuPaul's Drag Race, a reality competition show in search of "America's Next Drag Superstar," featured a mini-game called "Female or She-male." Contestants looked at pictures of bodies and tried to guess whether the person in the picture was a drag queen or a cisgender (not transgender) woman. This prompted a backlash from many transgender activists, who were upset by the nature of the segment and its use of the word "shemale," which GLAAD explains is a term that "dehumanizes transgender people and should not be used." more . . . .
 
What is Gay Pride For?
June 21, 2014
June is Pride Month across the U.S., and the kickoff to a season of Pride. Every weekend from June through September, somewhere, the LGBT community amasses in official events and activities celebrating our diversity. And every year, about the same time, complaints about Pride will begin, too. Everyone has an opinion about what Pride should be -- and should not be. more . . . .
 
There is No Revolt Against Marriage Equality Coming
June 19, 2014
The Human Rights Campaign is welcoming the National Organization for Marriage to Washington Thursday with a poll conducted by Mitt Romney's former data director showing just how far the majority of Americans are now from their anti-gay marriage views. The poll was conducted to coincide with NOM's rally near the Capitol and march to the Supreme Court, followed by a gala at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel. more . . . .
 
 
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