Category Archives: News

Sad On So Many Levels…R.I.P. Melissa Mia Hall

If this isn’t a stark reminder of why this country needs to keep the health care bill intact—no, in fact, enhance it, then nothing is. Another writer with hopes and dreams and a big heart. A heart that needed medical … Continue reading

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TDH Makes HuffPo Front Page!

The Daily Horse Makes Front Page of Huffington Post! Continue reading

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Surviving Bullies: Jon Speaks

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SURVIVING BULLIES: Dan Speaks

The kids of people who see gay people as sinful or damaged or disordered and unworthy of full civil equality—even if those people strive to express their bigotry in the politest possible way (at least when they happen to be addressing a gay person)—learn to see gay people as sinful, damaged, disordered, and unworthy. Continue reading

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Target: Between Hard Rock Gospel and a Bad Place

Is That A Rainbow I See Dripping All Over Your Target Audience? Today, Tom Emmer, a vociferous anti-Gay policitan and recipient of Target Corp. political monies, who is running in the Minnesota gubernatorial Republican primary, has announced he is re-oganizing … Continue reading

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Gay Family Victims of Hate Crime

The hate-filled messages were spray-painted across the cars. The vandals wrote “dykes go to hell, go home, gays don’t belong here” and “lesbians equal hell”. Continue reading

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Bruce Vilanch & Jackie Beat Co-Emcee at SF LGBT Soiree 8 Fundraiser, Saturday 4/10/10

Soiree 8, The Annual Fundraiser for the San Francisco LGBT Community Center, is Saturday, 10 April, 2010. Advance ticket sales are closed, but tickets will still be available at the door, which opens at 7 p.m. All ticket sales will … Continue reading

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Editorial: What’s Killing “the Gay”?

Meanwhile, Keith is dead. One cannot help but wonder how offended the “general public” is now. Not very, I suggest. Whether by accident of his own hand or the purposeful banging of his head on a steel door by law enforcement, he’s dead. I’m heart-sickened at how the despair and demoralization of social disenfranchisement has led to the death of another Gay brother. I don’t care what the Coroner finds, we all know the truth. In the bigger picture of his life, starting way before the weekend incident, but perhaps including it, hatred and homophobia killed Keith Kimmel. And it’s killing the rest of us too. Continue reading

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STILL Getting Our Wins in Increments

how can the Judge do everything but call the school board creeps and bigots for violating Constance McMillen’s constitutional rights, and then NOT force them to give her the ONLY thing she requested??? Continue reading

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Brave Constance! What a Beautiful Person!

From the ACLU website: March 12, 2010 Constance McMillen The ACLU wants Itawamba County School District officials in Fulton, Mississippi to reverse their decision to forbid a lesbian student from attending prom with her girlfriend and from wearing a tuxedo … Continue reading

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