Tag Archives: LGBT Pride

It’s Another Pride Month

Just a few short years ago, the LGBT community could take a long, well-deserved, beautiful break from activism. Americans had finally won marriage equality, a major milestone in the movement. Most of us knew that marriage equality would not be … Continue reading

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Another View Of LGBT Pride Month

My old friend Chuck suffers from PTSD as a result of his Army service in┬áthe midst of fighting in Vietnam in early 1968. He was wounded during the Tet Offensive and the Battle of Hue. Chuck says his physical injuries … Continue reading

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LGBT Pride Month

There are places in the world where tyrannical regimes and religious dogmatists encourage persecution and murder of LGBT people with impunity. Currently, the most infamous place is Chechnya in southern Russia. There, police and paramilitary forces are rounding up gay … Continue reading

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What Is LGBT Pride?

It’s utterly flabbergasting to belong to a social group that is both mightily derided and highly celebrated. On the one hand LGBT people are condemned by several religious and political forces, yet on the other hand, we have earned the … Continue reading

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LGBT Pride Month

So many positive developments have been coming to fruition in the USA the past few years, that it’s difficult for me to find a place to begin this sketch of LGBT Pride month. It’s been quite an adventurous journey from … Continue reading

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