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We are a diverse bunch of friends who talk about things to make the world a better and fairer place. Up, down, forward or backwards…it is always love, whichever way you look at it.

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27 Responses to About

  1. briandmclean says:

    Do you have membership?
    Do you do event?
    How can I get involved ?
    I live in Los Angeles. CA

  2. I’ve literally have had a similar breakthrough when Caitlyn Jenner´s magazine was showned to the world and I got really mad at some friends for sharing a hate blog of the cover. and it’s silly the idea of fighting for rights you were born with I mean they are as human as any straight person. Finally I wanted to thank you for making the video and I now it will inspire lots of people.

  3. Scot J. says:

    I love the message you give. I am a man that use to not understand the pain and struggles of others life styles and was ignorant to the fact that people are just that. PEOPLE! I still am confused on why marriage is so sacred to a part of society that is 95% hypercritical. I am looking forward to the day when all people have equal rights under our laws.

  4. laura kilty says:

    Happy to have found your beautiful and inspiring blog. Looking forward to reading more posts!

  5. marco leon says:

    awesome ,what a powerful message you bring.

  6. Craig Pomranz says:

    how can I contact you about an interesting and important story?

  7. Santo D. Marabella says:

    Awesome video about your brother and his husband. Thank you for being an ally.

  8. Hudson says:

    Hey, so I just watched your video about your brothers wedding. and firstly congratulations on that. But secondly, I just want to apologise on behalf of the Christian community for what the pastor said. I think a lot of the church has forgotten that at its heart Christianity is not about rules or even doing things “right” but its about loving people for who they are. So yeah sorry, and all the best in the future.

  9. Kate Inroma says:

    thank you….what a powerful message you bring.

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  11. sokaguy06 says:

    Your blog is beyond amazing! Thank you so much! My blog touches on the effects religiously-endorsed hatred impacted my life. When you have a chance, drop by http://homeless2harvard.com and have a look. Feedback always welcomed! Thanks again for your dedication to equality and diversity!

  12. Kayleigh says:

    It’s always love…I like it!

  13. Rand says:

    I had a long conversation with my fundamentalist brother five minutes ago. He’s still in the other room settling misunderstandings with my other brother. His extreme right beliefs caused a lot of hurt on all sides. We are working hard to bridge the misinformation continually taught by his church and others like it. All this came to a head over the weekend when, for the 20th year in a row, my presence at a family function caused half of them to not come or walk out. My simple act of exsisting is a horrible inconvenience for them. I made the mistake of assuming my brother supported this attitude in his children and their families. He’s evolved but they haven’t. Now the real work of communication begins. I refuse to let them think this behavior is ok. I am looking for a book that speaks to them on their level about their misconceptions but all I can find are books that deepen or twist those lies into more lies that pretend to be love.
    Can any of you help me find something I can use to start this conversation with them? I need something that takes a different, realistic direction that doesn’t support their fantasies but gently corrects and educates without being threatening or overbearing. I want to be sensitive to their beliefs and not make demands. That’s their game, not mine. Any ideas are massively appreciated.

  14. Ron Murphy says:

    Heads up guys. On the youtube video the link to this website is given as https when it should be http.

  15. Hello there,

    I really like your blog. Would appreciate mututal love from/to mine (adding you to mine) via your blogroll. One in particular (of mine) is homoEQuality.wordpress.com

    Also potential mutual guest blogging too?

    Best,

    Alexander

  16. hermanchad says:

    I absolutely love the concept….this is a really neat idea. I believe that we can all change our world for the positive. No matter what’s going on….all things are going to the positive, no matter if we understand it or not. Thank You for the blog…check out motivatingforpositivechange.wordpress.com

  17. Because you’re one of the best of my daily reads I’ve nominated you for THE WORDPRESS FAMILY AWARD

    THE RULES FOR THE AWARD ARE:

    1. Display the award logo on your blog.
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    3. Nominate 10 others you see as having an impact on your WordPress experience and family
    4. Let your 10 Family members know you have awarded them

    I’m proud to point my readers in your direction!

  18. sophist6 says:

    I nominated you for the Versitile Blogger Award. There are rules so I hope you don’t mind! Love you blog and the support you guys have shown for mine! http://versatilebloggeraward.wordpress.com/vba-rules/

  19. Congratulations, you have been nominated for the Liebster Award!

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    The Liebster is an award you accept with the intention of paying it forward. When accepting, you choose other blogs that you feel are deserving of more subscribers and pass the award on to them. You are not obligated to accept the award or to even pay it forward. This is just a way to get the word out about new blogs that your followers may not know. I always enjoy your blog and I hope you’ll accept!

  20. Sarah says:

    It IS always about LOVE. Why is it that “all know the path but few follow it”?
    Peace, Love & Kindness,
    Sarah

  21. Venom says:

    Hello ^_^ I’m one of your followers, and I’ve nominated you for the “One Lovely Blog” award! Keep up the good work!
    http://venomsblog.wordpress.com/2012/09/07/one-lovely-blog-me-again/

  22. hayleens says:

    I nominated you for the ‘One Lovely Blogger’ Award! http://hslaterblog.wordpress.com/2012/09/06/the-one-lovely-blogger-award/

  23. Ben in oakland says:

    Is there some way I can get de-listed? I’m receiving hundreds of email updates, and i don’t weant them!!!!!!

  24. APeene says:

    Wow, I just clicked on famous gay men and I was SO surprised. Many of those I did not know, such as Leonardo Di Vinci and Walt Whitman. Cool.

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