GayWrites.: 2011: A Year in LGBT News →
gaywrites: This has been an eventful year for the LGBT community. We rejoiced over political victories, mourned the losses of individuals young and old, and saw the rise of activism in more ways than ever. Here’s a look at some of the most important things that happened this year, and how they’ll affect the…
I have been addressed as “sir” quite a few times over the years. Mostly by friends, and some by employees at places I have gone to. I don’t pay much attention to it because I know I dress in “mens” clothing and am often times wearing a cap over my short hair. I got called “sir” after making a purchase for lunch today. And, for the first time, I was...
The Descendants– That’s how you know you love someone, I guess, when you can’t experience anything without wishing the other person were there to see it, too.
Psychological association takes down gay marriage... →
gaywrites: The North Carolina Psychological Association has published a straightforward list of reasons why opposing marriage equality is simply incorrect. This comes at a time when North Carolina is considering an amendment to ban same-sex marriage in the state. A summary of the reasons: 1. There is no empirical evidence that supports the denial of marriage rights to people in same-sex...
I had a dream...
Of growing our my hair.
Hawaii hotels expect to benefit from civil unions →
gaywrites: Hawaii’s law legalizing same-sex civil unions will take effect January 1, and local hotels are eager to accommodate the happy couples. A Maui News article (linked above) explains that Hawaii “industry insiders” think the civil unions law will boost tourism from same-sex couples, a perfectly valid and practically commonsensical hypothesis. Hotels and restaurants are prepared with...
My stance on gay parenting/marriage:
tweenage-wasteland: I would rather have these two take care of me: than these two: This was the first thing I reblogged. <3
Woman denied partner visitation in hospital,... →
gaywrites: A woman from Tennessee was denied the right to visit her partner in a local hospital because the two are not legally family or spouses, Out and About reports. Val Burke tried several times to visit her partner in Rolling Hills Hospital’s residential facility and was denied every time. She had been previously allowed in the room only if her partner’s mother was present. Recent...