A Quick Favor, Please

Could you take a moment to visit the page for this term in the Urban Dictionary?  Vote up the definitions you think are most true and vote down the ones you think are not.  I’m not telling you how to vote — just do what you think is best.

Halloween for your Sissy Son

Seriously brilliant from The Onion.

How To Find A Masculine Halloween Costume For Your Effeminate Son

Our Worst Opponents are Our Strangest Strongest Allies

This is why we’ll win:

Who can take this seriously? No one who has a close gay relative, neighbor, friend, or colleague. All we have to do to win is live outside the closet.

Studies show that straights who know gays are far more likely to support equality. Our opponents have never […]

Men Who Are Not Bigots

On October 6, Louisiana justice of the peace Keith Bardwell refused to issue a marriage license to an interracial couple.  He said:

There is a problem with both groups accepting a child from such a marriage. I think those children suffer and I won’t help put them through it…I’m not a racist. I just don’t […]

Halloween Party and Fundraiser

I’ve volunteered to be a host for Fred & Jason’s Halloweenie 2009.  This is a pull-out-all-the-stops benefit for the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center:

In the completely transformed, historic Music Box Theater, guests will be treated to a HOSTED BAR ALL NIGHT LONG, a haunted roof deck lounge with tunes from celebrated DJ BRYAN […]

Republicans in Congress

Watch before you read.

I’m sure all politicians careen between saying what they believe and spouting whatever crap will get them elected. But it seems like* Republicans have adopted a universal strategy of popular deceit, and if they speak truth it’s only by coincidence. Here’s the pattern I’ve seen:

Toss out a slew of outrageous lies.
Watch for […]

Gays Persecute Mormons! Also, Gay-Bashing Video

Latter Day Saints Elder Dallin H. Oakes spoke of how Mormons and other religious folk were treated by gays in following Prop 8.  He compared it to the struggle southern blacks faced in the 1950s and 60s.

These incidents [of aggressive intimidation] were expressions of outrage against those who disagreed with the gay-rights position and had […]

I Cried Like a Baby