Monthly Archives: April 2008

Good for Wells Fargo

Our bank, Wells Fargo, just had an anti-gay group try to change the policy of the bank to treat everyone fairly.  It didn’t work, which is good.  What this anti-gay group wanted Wells Fargo to do was to take out … Continue reading

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Australia and its Gay Population

I was pretty disappointed the other day to read the new Prime Minister of Australia, Kevin Rudd, was not pushing ahead to make life more easy for gays and lesbians.  In fact, the first sentence of the article at 365gay.com … Continue reading

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Mark Responds, I Counter…

Mark at Chesterstreet made a response to some comments I left at his blog.  I just want to clarify a few things: A.  Mark states: "If one refers to "gays and lesbians" – they may or may not be referring … Continue reading

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The Whole Transcript of Sally Kern

Because I know some won’t bother to actually look up her words, here is the full transcript of Sally Kern.  At the link you can also hear the audio.  And if you want to see a YouTube video that contains … Continue reading

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Two Nice Things in the News Today

I was reading the SF Chronicle this morning and I always read the Letters to the Editor.  Here is a good one: Marriage equality Editor -Shouldn’t our state Constitution only be amended to protect or provide a benefit to citizens? … Continue reading

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What is Truly Ironic

Mark at Chesterstreet posted two articles the other day and labeled his post The Irony.  One article was about Sally Kerns.  It was written by an ex-gay who said that Sally Kerns played a big part in helping him come … Continue reading

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Obama and the Anti-Gay Marriage Campaign here in California–Parallels

  This anti-gay marriage issue that will be on the ballot in November has really been bugging me.  Very few things manage to wake me up early in the morning thinking about, but this issue did that the other day.  … Continue reading

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