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Anonymous Writes a Secret Blog About Her Lesbian Friend

The following is a blog written by someone dear to me, and she asked that the authorship of this stay anonymous.  There was this friend I once knew…. I used to know this woman, we were close for years. I … Continue reading

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A Gay Dad’s Requiem on the Death of Fred Phelps

I have been fighting for LGBT rights for a long, long time.  Fred Phelps was not always in that fight, but it feels like he was.  It feels like he has always been and always will be anti-gay hatred personified. … Continue reading

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A Gay Dad Sounds Off: Dear Mr. Putin, No Nobel Prize for Child Abuse

 Vladimir Putin is used to winning.  He is undisputedly a winner from the recent LGBT confrontation-free Olympic Games.  He now has his eyes set on the Ukraine and he has taken control of the internet in Russia.   The biggest snowjob … Continue reading

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A Gay Dad Takes on the Frozen-Hating Mormon Grandmother

Last week a self defined Mormon grandmother named Kathryn Skaggs wrote a blog in an effort to alert the world that the movie Frozen was targeting children with a “gay agenda”.  In a sense, she was not alone in seeing … Continue reading

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A Gay Dad’s Valentine to His Sons

The other day, my friend John linked me onto a tweet from a gentleman in Utah.  The man was Paul Mero, president of the Sutherland Institute, a conservative think tank.  Mr. Mero’s organization had just submitted an amicus brief in … Continue reading

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A Gay Dad Thanks Coke for Its Super Bowl Commercial But Asks, “Is It the Real Thing?”

I have to confess that I have always looked forward to Super Bowl Sundays.  I did so for other reasons than most people do, however.  It was not to watch “the game”, but rather, to go out and enjoy venues … Continue reading

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Marriage Equality Foes: You’ are Correct, Fairness to Same Sex Couples Might Harm Your Marriage, But It’s Your Own Fault If It Does

For years, in thousands of same sex marriage debates which I have participated,   those opposing marriage equality have claimed that if it was made legal, harm would be done to opposite sex marriages.  There was nothing about their argument … Continue reading

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“Love the Sinner”…um….Yeah, Don’t Give Me That Crap

Special Guest Blog by Ken Jansen “I love the color red..but I kinda hate the reddish tint.” Sounds stupid, doesn’t it? Not a lot of sense in that phrase. Same goes for another one, that we hear a lot. “Love … Continue reading

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A Gay Dad Sounds Off on the Utah Starvation Guy’s New Childish Rant

Trestin Meacham is not a special individual.  For the people who share his mindset, he is actually quite typical.  He finds a singular way of expressing himself, and for that, he gets notoriety. Because he typifies some of those holding … Continue reading

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“Marriage Isn’t for You” Goes Viral for Straight People but Creates Pain for LGBTs

The English language can be a funny thing.  The same words can be used in different contexts and have very different impact.  I remember receiving a letter from a videocassette manufacturer from England when I was a young professional working … Continue reading

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