Tag Archives: gay

SCOTUS says YES. Equality.

White House Rainbow

Hillary Clinton Supports Marriage Equality

via Hillary Clinton for HRC’s Americans for Marriage Equality – YouTube.

Hillary Clinton & Me

Mrs. Clinton and my shoulder….

Bill Clinton: It’s Time to Overturn DOMA

Bill Clinton: It’s time to overturn DOMA – The Washington Post.
Bill Clinton & Me (Cropped-out)

Bill Clinton & Me (Cropped-out)

The New Yorker Clinton-DOMA

Click for The New Yorker article on DOMA/Clinton….

Candid: Bill & Hillary Clinton

The Clintons

American Horror Story is Addictive

Here are some of my favorite characters and actors from AHS….

Naomi Grossman-Pepper


Naomi Grossman (Pepper)

Naomi Grossman (Pepper)

Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson)

Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson)

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Sarah Paulson

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Sarah Paulson

New York City’s 2012 Pride March

Lady Gaga at Harvard University – ‘Born This Way Foundation’ is Launched

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Lady Gaga at Harvard University – Boston.com.

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Click for: 'Born to Not Get Bullied'

Orlando GOP Debate Crowd Boos US Soldier Stephen Hill

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What a disgusting debate audience….Mr. Hill is risking his life for these people?

‘The Normal Heart’ is a Must See

The Normal Heart.

The Normal Heart

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New York Times Review of  ‘The Normal Heart’

Don Lemon of CNN Knows Risk of Coming Out as Gay

Don Lemon of CNN Knows Risk of Coming Out as Gay – NYTimes.com.

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It is not easy for a black man to come out because Mr. Lemon says that there is not a lot of acceptance in that community.

Rick Welts, A Sports Executive Leaves the Safety of His Shadow Life

A Sports Executive Leaves the Safety of His Shadow Life – NYTimes.com.

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Why do people have to hide? Because a lot of people are haters and homophobes. What David Stern did to honor Mr. Welts’ partner was very touching-sometimes the unspoken word/act speaks volumes.