Archive | July 2011

Louisiana to Gay Adoptive Parents, “Geaux Away!”

An awesome looking family, IMHO. credit: PoesInBoots on flickr (

There are few things that get me on my soapbox more than using kids as pawns in somebody’s ad campaign.  From the proponents of Prop8, to child stars on tv, to the cereal companies selling poison in a sugar coated breakfast food, kids are especially vulnerable to the idiocy of both the system and their sometimes sociopathic stage parents. Read More…


Thomas Wolfe Was Right

Happy Birthday, Beautiful!

As a repatriated citizen, there are so many things about life in these United States that, while i took it without question before living abroad, are so peculiar that they only happen here.  This isn’t a list of bitching, it’s just observations.
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Independence means liberation from oppression

Lincoln's View of Washington

Reflecting on what Independence Day means to me, I can’t help but filter it through my experience of being a gay citizen of this country.  To be a minority in this country is a very different experience, and white gay men, uniquely, have the experience of seeing what it’s like to exist on both sides of the line, depending on which side of the closet door they are at the time.  The lessons i have learned as a minority citizen informed me greatly that what i had taken for granted, my majority privilege, is something that has the potential to blind one to the experience of others less “fortunate” to enjoy the same privileges. Read More…


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