Group alleges Atlanta gay beating victim taunted attackers

Project Q Atlanta is reporting there are some doubts about Brandon White, the young man who was viciously assaulted and bombarded with anti-gay slurs as he left a neighborhood store. Members of Change Atlanta, a social justice organization based in the Georgia capital, are at least questioning White’s role in the attack. Members of the […]

From the wires

Here’s a roundup of stories and blog posts I’ve found across the web that are interesting. These links don’t signify an endorsement, but are merely articles I found to be conversation starters. Feel free to submit your own! Remote Australian town suffering from high rates of Indigenous suicides. Santorum backer suggests using aspirin as birth control method (but later […]

Consider passing up the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign

I hope everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving holiday! I hope you didn’t kill your family before the holiday weekend was over enjoyed visiting family and catching up on their lives. Thanksgiving is truly about re-connecting with family and the importance of family. Now that the country has officially kicked off the holiday season, many of […]

On confronting privilege

No one said confronting the establishment would be easy, painless and free of hurdles and attempts at erasures. While I’m aware of this, I’m still dismayed, disappointed and angered by the wall of privilege, denial and diversionary tactics I encounter whenever I confront a system set up to benefit straight, cisgendered white men. I recently had a conversation […]

Ablow: Don’t let your kids watch Chaz Bono on ‘Dancing’

I’m no fan of Dr. Keith Ablow, the bigoted conservative FOX News “health advisor.” If I had any other reason to despise his views and opinions, his latest musings on Chaz Bono and ABC’s Dancing With The Stars “controversy” is enough to kindle my activist flame. The good doctor instructs parents not to let their children watch Bono […]

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