Monthly Archives: November 2008

λ This is about higher allegiances.

I’ve gotten a lot of response, both on the ‘net and directly from personal friends, ranging from exclamations of "You go, girl" to "Stop whining; if you don’t like America, you can leave it" (which I find particularly galling, coming … Continue reading

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No Place at the Table

Oh, we can design the room, do your hair, your nails, your dress; we can wait the tables; GAYS are good for that stuff? But an invitation to the Banquet? A seat at the table of political equality?   Sorry, there’s … Continue reading

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The American Flag Doesn’t Fly for Me

As a GLBT citizen, the American flag doesn’t fly for me. Continue reading

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Hell, yes, I’m bitter and disappointed

And with the passing of Proposition 8, Amendment 2 and the other fun propositions and constitutional amendments across this straight, bigoted and prejudiced nation of ours, once again, amidst all the general celebratory hoopla, as Gays and Lesbians, we are  … Continue reading

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