As a dad, when I see news stories of young people and children being killed, my heart breaks wide open. If such an event were to happen to either of my sons, I in all honesty, do not think I … Continue reading
Good Signs Sunday Take away the ego and the want to be correct, the desire to keep a group of people locked in a box of inequality disappears.
I believe in the coming years scientists will find that homophobia, when it hits the brain, becomes a degenerative disorder that destroys all logic centers and renders its victim common-senseless. The most recent recipient of my theoretical malady, is representative … Continue reading
Posted in Equality, Family, Politics, Prejudice
Tagged AIR, American Institute for Research, Charles Van Zant, Florida Standarized Testing, LGBT youth, Rob Watson, turning kids gay, Two spirit
You have now entered the equal zone! I am proud to know that the place of my birth is now giving same sex couples the rights we all enjoy. More work needs to be done, but for now we celebrate … Continue reading
Thanks to the television show Glee, the slushie has been elevated from an overly sugary refreshment to an act of public humiliation. Not since a cream pie hit the face of Anita Bryant, has a caloric treat wielded such stature. … Continue reading
Guest Blog by Joni Bosch Many times I have heard people dismiss the idea that sexual orientation is not a choice by saying “there is no gay gene.” Well, not so fast, since there is probably no straight gene … Continue reading
I will let this speak for itself. The next time someone suggests a gay person must change and become heterosexual, here’s the proper response. Click on the image to make larger for an easier read.