Monthly Archives: October 2007
This image comes from an ad campaign mounted by the regional government of Tuscany in Italy. People sometimes accuse me of exaggerating when I say lots of people erroneously believe sexual orientation is fixed, unchangeable, and biologically determined from birth. … Continue reading
An MSN article on the fluidity of sexuality… and, refreshingly, with no religous or “ex-gay” tone.
This last week I enjoyed the news that Dumbledore was gay. The man was one of my favorite characters, of course. He led a selfless life for the good of children and education, he believed in love and humanity, he … Continue reading
During last night’s episode of “Desperate Housewives,” a gay couple moved into to a house on Wisteria Lane. Susan Meyer extends an awkward welcome, and gay Mormon polygamists are invited along for the show.
I’ve been watching the republican primary with a lot of interest. I’d watch the democratic primary, but there’s not enough drama. Hillary is Hillary. The end. But on the GOP side you’ve got liberal Giuliani vs. stodgy old McCain vs. … Continue reading
Deseret News Theatre Critic Ivan Lincoln penned this piece about a Salt Lake City actor who recently died of complications due to HIV-AIDS. I think it cheapens any life, especially that of a dead person who can no longer speak, … Continue reading