George Peck—LGBT-Today Editorial
Little Johnny can now be openly homosexual in the Boy Scouts if he chooses but the minute he turns 18 he must leave the BSA forever—the implication being that he’s an instant child molester as soon as he’s an adult.
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Stephanie Donald—Publisher, LGBT-Today
It’s a wonderful time for me to talk turkey about what it means to try to be an activist in the 21st century and it isn’t a pleasant tale that will cause future generations to toast our wondrous victories like Harvey Milk is receiving today.
It’s also a metaphysical question as to whether today’s LGBT community rejects the one thing that made Harvey Milk so successful, charisma, or whether Americans now worship cynicism much more than simply believing in the qualities of leadership anymore.
By Bob Minor
There’s still a need for opportunities to show that LGBT people are not only here but are glad they are. I’m not sure the best way to do it is through today’s versions of Pride Festivals, but nevertheless, I’m convinced that any opportunity for LGBT people to show to others that they like who they are is a gift to society as a whole.
Sister Grammy Bell—Senior Deacon of The First Baptist Church of Cornole
Welcome back, brothers and sisters! Miss Stephanie from the magazine said everyone missed me so she asked me about this guy who claims to be a church fellow by the name of Bryan Fisher who done said that every time a gay person uses discretion in choosing their lover shows they don’t have to be gay because they can choose to be heterosexual!
By Rodger Streitmatter—LGBT-Today Columnist
Any number of the recent stories about Jason Collins coming out as a gay professional athlete—including the one that led the CBS Evening News on Monday—likened the basketball player to Jackie Robinson, who broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball in 1947.
The comparison is an apt one, as both athletes are courageous pioneers.
Stephanie Donald—LGBT-Today Special Report
The resulting anger from not only the transgender community but from other homosexual leaders and activists still resonates in the nation today.
Recently, a member of HRC’s staff tried to chase a transgender activist off the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court on the day it heard the arguments for the Defense of Marriage Act, just before Chad Griffin spoke. The first report of this situation the HRC denied the incident and then later apologized for doing it.
Washington D.C.— Every Congress since 1994 (with the exception of the 109th Congress) has introduced a version of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) and apparently this upcoming session of congress will not be any different.
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