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Don’t Forget About Uganda

As we struggle with our own pathetic compromises on LGBT issues here in the US and the poor imprisoned Malawian couple hold our international attention, we forget about the horrid situation in Uganda. The virulent anti-homosexuality bill introduced last October is not dead, nor have conditions improved for gay and lesbian Ugandans. This bill and […]

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The Language of Queer Liberation

At the National Equality March, there was a lot of different propaganda distributed, offering different points of view on the issues. None of them adequately describes everyone at the march, but each offers a perspective vital to the march. I’d like to share with you one of the handouts I received from the Gay Liberation […]

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BHO = POTUS. Now what? I’m still an atheist American.

So, we just witnessed history.  Barack “H.” Obama is now the President of the United States.  Exciting times are ahead! His inauguration address was a bit stirring, and I appreciated his earnestness. He did not mention the LGBT community at all, but that’s okay. He did mention nonbelievers, but he also mentioned God in three […]

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It’s nice to hear eloquent voices express profound thoughts…

(Hat tip to Pam Spaulding.) Well said, sir.

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Holy Moly! Christians were bashed in 2008, like whoa!

Before I wade too far into this post, let me say this: I know there are parts of the world where Christians are horrifically persecuted, and I think that is awful.  Even though I think most religious beliefs are absurd, that doesn’t mean I don’t support the freedom of choice to believe whatever you want […]

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Catching up my thoughts on Rick Warren at Inauguration…

So, I’m one of those people who is livid with the Rick Warren pick for the Invocation at Obama’s Inauguration.  Frankly, the fact that there are interludes of prayer at a civil ceremony irritates me enough as it is (I’ll blog about that within the next two weeks), but to then invite a homophobic, non-inclusive […]

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