Monthly Archives: October 2010

National Coming Out Day

Today is National Coming Out Day. Given all of the hate crimes and bullying in the news lately, I don’t blame anyone if they don’t quite feel comfortable announcing to the world that they are gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender. So this year it is even more important for heterosexual people who believe in human rights for all to take a stand. Continue reading

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Invisible Gaping Wounds

I recently lost a very close friend of mine. He had turned 40 one week before he died, and his death was a complete and total shock to everyone who knew him. My world spun off its axis the day he died. Continue reading

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I’ll Believe it When I See It

Religion has always created more questions than answers for me. Continue reading

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Words Linger

We’ve probably all heard the phrase, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” But I beg to differ. Continue reading

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Let Me Love Myself so Much

Came across this poem today. I wish I had found it 30 years ago. “Let me love myself so much That I never want to hide The way I think, the way I talk, My hair, my clothes, the way … Continue reading

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