The Queer Justice League will deliver a letter of reprimand to Sen. Chambliss today
The Queer Justice League will host a meeting Monday, Sept. 27, to discuss how best to respond to a comment allegedly left on gay blog Joe.My.God. by a staff member in the office of Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.) in the aftermath of the senate's vote on the 2011 Defense Authorization bill.
The comment read “All faggots must die” and came from Chambliss’ Atlanta office. It was signed by “Jimmy.”
The meeting will take place at Blake’s on the Park from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.) admitted yesterday that a malicious and threatening comment left on gay blog Joe.My.God came from within his Atlanta office.
Georgia Equality sent a message to its supporters via Facebook asking them to “remind” Sen. Chambliss that he represents all Georgians.
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Need a break? Nothing beats a large group of lesbians hanging out, listening to women’s music, eating, and playing all kinds of sports.
So get yourself to a girl’s group for a totally accepting environment where you will make new friends and create lasting memories.
The photo of two young black men in a casual embrace on what appears to be a MARTA train has stirred up a blogosphere storm as some people take to hating the photo, accusing black men of being on the “down low” and a reason for higher rates of HIV in the African-American demographic.
The photo, apparently posted in a tweet by “WatchJ” has been viewed more than 21,000 times. WatchJ is apparently no fan of the gays — he titled the twitpic, “I DON’T GIVE A FUCK HOW SLEEPY YOU ARE” with the hashtag #NoExcuse.
I first saw this photo on a friend’s Facebook page and thought it was a beautiful image of regular life in Atlanta — two young black gay men showing affection toward each other.
As the Gay Men’s Outreach coordinator at AID Atlanta, I often find myself having to explain what it is exactly that I do. I often joke that I’m a “professional homosexual.” I’ve been called an activist, an educator, a public speaker, a fundraiser and a social advocate. I guess I’m all of those things – and probably a few more. At the end of the day, however, what I’m most identified with being is Gay.
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They will be in Atlanta in early August to attempt through slick lies and fear mongering convince the people of Georgia by allowing our community to get married it will be the end of the world and the precious institution will be ruined.
A spiritual take on the Arizona immigration law
One of the most common mis-perceptions I run into about being Jewish is that being born into the “tribe” is the only way one can be Jewish.