Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Loss of My “Twin Brother”, a World AIDS Day Remembrance

Mark was not my biological twin brother, he was my spiritual and emotional twin.  We met on March 9th, 1982.  The room was up a narrow wooden staircase in an old brick building in the center of West Hollywood.  From … Continue reading

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Take Back the Word “Christian”…It’s Time….

That’s it.   I am fed up.  I am taking back the word “Christian”. Whether you realize it or not, we are in the season, or maybe era, of who-gets-to-use-what-word.  The Conservatives of this country have been on a rampage to … Continue reading

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A Special Friend Comes Out: An Open Letter to Dan Pearce, A Single Bi Dad Laughing

Dan Pearce holds a special place in the hearts of the evoL= blog team.  We would not be here if it were not for him.   No, he is not our Dad… and we would all be SOMEWHERE without him, but … Continue reading

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A Gay Dad Sounds Off on Foster Care/Adoption: The Five Reasons Why You Don’t Want to Do It, and the Five Greater Reasons Why You Do

Probably one of the most mind-numbingly obtuse excuses anti-marriage equality advocates have for opposing same sex couples getting married is that same sex couples “can’t procreate naturally”.   They say that like it’s a bad thing. They say it as if … Continue reading

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The Ten Questions You Should Answer Before Entering into Same Sex Marriage

We have turned a corner on the question of same sex marriage.  In this last year more states have extended basic civil rights to LGBT Americans, including California, thanks to a landmark SCOTUS decision, and the trend is not likely … Continue reading

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The Eight Reasons Why November 6th 2012 Was the Most Significant Day in the History of LGBT Rights Since Stonewall

Early in the morning of June 28, 1969, an event took place in New York City that transformed, no, actually gave birth to, the LGBT civil rights movement.  Police raided the Stonewall Inn, as had been their habit to do, … Continue reading

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