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This trailer is for the new film Out of Annapolis a new documentary tracing the experiences of gay alumni of the U.S. Naval Academy. This film provides more proof that the military’s ban on openly gay soldiers is damaging to our soldiers and our military.
See also 10 Gay Documentaries Everyone Should See.
Being gay is indeed a gift from God. And, the fact that not one, but two, ministers affirmed this on Oprah is amazing.
We too often hear religious leaders denigrating LGBT and attempting to scapegoat us for everything they see wrong with the world.
To have these men state clearly and unequivocally that being gay is a gift from God is something that gay and straight people need to hear again and again.
You gotta love that Sarah Palin.
Rather than acknowledge that voters wanted something more than stunt casting out of a vice-presidential candidate, Palin goes on the attack against the “liberal media elites and anonymous bloggers” and blames them for the disastrous campaign that she and John McCain ran.
Democrats everywhere have to be celebrating that Sarah Palin is now unleashed.
Rather than acknowledge that voters wanted something more than stunt casting out of a vice-presidential candidate, Palin continues her meme that it was media bias particularly Katie Couric and Tina Fey that doomed her candidacy for the vice-presidency.
When asked about her incoherent interview with Couric Palin says “Couric is not the center of the universe.”
Palin even claims that if she had run as a “reformer” on the “Democrat ticket,” we would have a seen a different and “prettier profile of Sarah Palin and the Palin family.”
Sorry Sarah, but unlike the McCain and the Republican Party, Barack Obama and the Democrats would never have made the embarrassingly cynical choice of having you on a presidential ticket.
In this time of incredible passion, anger and energy in the LGBT community, these words by Harvey Milk could not ring more true.
It is amazing to see how quickly our community catapulted from grief to outrage over the passage of four anti-gay state amendments on November 4. Tens of thousands of LGBT people and allies have marched in the streets to demand an end to the bigotry and hatred used by right-wing religious extremists to harm our families and fill their coffers.
Some people are calling this Stonewall 2.0. I call it the kick in the ass that the LGBT community has needed for quite some time.
We have become way too comfortable with television shows like Will and Grace and The L Word lulling us into believing that everything really is okay.
Now is the time to turn that anger and passion into effective action that will win full equality for LGBT people. It won’t all be as glamorous and self-expressive as protests, but we need to use a multiplicity of tactics to get the job done.
You would think that after Colin Powell endorsed Barack Obama citing the negative tone of the GOP, that John McCain would lay off the sour grapes. And, you would be wrong.
Check out this hostile interview between McCain and Chris Wallace of Fox News. Yes, McCain is now on the offensive against Republican Party-loving Fox News.
McCain is defending the slanderous robo-calls that his campaign is using to attack Sen. Obama. How bad are these robo-calls? Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine is asking McCain to stop running the calls in her state.
There has never been a presidential nominee from either political party that is as supportive of LGBT civil rights as Sen. Barack Obama, the Democratic nominee. He has long fought for civil and equal rights for minorities including the LGBT community. And, in the presidential campaign, Sen. Obama has included LGBT Americans numerous times in his speeches.
After the jump is a list of Sen. Obama’s positions on LGBT issues.
Cross-posted at LGBT for Obama
A couple of days ago I wrote that gays won’t let their friends vote McCain and with less than four weeks before election day that message has taken on an increased urgency. This post the second is a series that I am writing urging LGBT people to talk to our family, friends and co-workers about why a vote for John McCain is a vote for discrimination against LGBT Americans.
John McCain and Sarah Palin have unleash a wave of negative attacks in speeches and ads against Barack Obama and our fight to change our country for the better. They have, as a New York Times editorial stated, moved “into the dark territory of race-baiting and xenophobia.”
What makes you think that if elected they will not turn that same mean-spiritedness and willingness to engage in divisive politics against us?