Flip-Flop Brian Jean

Looks like he’s flip-flopping again – omly instead of farm workers protection this time it’s on outing students who join a GSA to their parents. He just said it’s a bad thing but now it seems he’s (You got it) flip-flopped. Calgary Sun article: http://www.calgarysun.com/2017/04/04/wildrose-leader-brian-jean-says-notifying-parents-their-kid-is-in-a-gsa-is-sometimes-a-good-thing
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Rainbow Flag

History of the Rainbow Flag

Gilbert Baker, an openly gay activist born in 1951, grew up in a small Kansas town, and went on to serve in the US army for about two years in 1970. After an honorable discharge, Gilbert taught himself to sew. In 1974, Baker met Harvey Milk, an influential gay leader, who three years later challenged
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Pride Edmonton 2015

Curious Lack of Story on Parade – CTV Morning

One of the things that I do when I notice something I feel is “wrong” is ask questions. That’s all. This is one of those occasions when this whole “discussion” shouldn’t even be happening.  It’s mostly just because of what I feel is an inappropriate response to a question I asked. This past weekend Edmonton’s
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Russell Tovey in Banished

One of the actors I love watching is Russell Tovey, gay, out and pretty versatile (in terms of his roles that is). My husband and I watched him back in the Hetty Wainthrope mysteries, in Being Human (played a werewolf) and now of course he’s in Looking and is now cast in  Banished – an
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Ed Miliband Wants To Introduce Turing’s Law

Interesting news from England.  The leader of the labour party, and leader of the official opposition Ed Miliband has mentioned that – his party would push to introduce a law called “Turing’s Law” (named after Alan Turing) that would offer posthumous pardons for any gay men who were convicted under old “indecency” laws. In the
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Star Trek Writer’s Response to a Bigot

Star Trek writer David Mack recently defended his own attempt to address diversity from a bigoted fan. The original story talks about his statement that “it’s important work…”. I’ve always valued the ethics of the Star Trek universe, and this just underlines why that vision of the future is a good one to aim for.
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Chris Miklos – Passes Away at 40

If you’re involved in the bear community at all, chances are you’ve seen photos and interviews with Chris Miklos. His “big, furry daddy bear” image was very sexy and he basically personified that image. However, when you looked in his eyes, you could see a fun, mischievous and playful spirit. He was a model for
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Chris Evans and Brother Scott Evans on Tonight Show

Scott Evans, the brother of hunky Captain America actor Chris Evans shares some funny stories on The Tonight Show. Chris said “As for gay marriage, it’s mindboggling and appalling that human beings are being denied civil rights in this country,” he said in a 2009 interview with The Advocate. “But time will heal all. I
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Panti Bliss and her amazing speech on homophobia

Over the weekend, an Irish drag queen called Panti Bliss (Rory O’Neill) made a very passionate speech about homophobia, just after a play finished at the Abbey theater in Ireland. According to an Irish publication called The Journal, the debate itself arose from a TV network’s retraction of comments that she made on the air
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Hot Sheet for November 9 2012

The top 10 entertainment highlights on our gaydar this week: Skyfall brings James Bond back, while artist Richard Renaldi brings us on vacation, and somehow we end up in a Shark Tank. read more Powered by WPeMatico
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