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Rachel Maddow, who makes lesbians across the nation swoon, is coming to Atlanta to promote and read from her book “Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power,” now out in paperback.
Praise the goddess of wonky worship.
The political pundit who has her own show on MSNBC — the first openly gay person to have a prime-time news program — has reached in and put a string of lights around our hearts. (Good lesbians who have seen “Desert Hearts” should know this reference.)
Who else can explain the ins and outs of the sequester in a way that makes us cock our heads to one side and lean forward to listen (and perhaps stare at that sexy mole on her neck)?
GA Voice praises the goddess of wonky worship
Hey, girl, It's Rachel Maddow and she's coming to Atlanta. Civic-minded lesbians (and other women and, yes, men) everywhere who love discussing infrastructure are reaching for their laptops, forming lines (not really, but maybe) outside A Cappella Books and the Symphony Hall Box Office in hopes of getting tickets to meeting the smartest woman on the planet.
Um. Sorry. Back to what's happening.
Nine activists stood in the chilly temperatures on Wednesday to bring awareness to and protest Uganda's "Kill the Gays Bill" that is expected to pass before the end of the year.
J.R. Rich, 28, from Midtown, held a "Shame on Uganda" sign at the Georgia State Capitol. He said he wanted to raise awareness among lawmakers as well as citizens of what is taking place in Uganda, located in East Africa.
"We are trying to raise awareness to anyone we can, especially our Congressmen on the Hill," he said.