All Blog Posts Tagged 'LGBT' (9)

Mondo Diablo Episode 364: Ring in the New, Throw Out the Mold

New Year's Eve. Time to clean out the old files and make not a resolution, but a disclaimer again stating that including clips, intentionally or unintentionally,in this podcast, does not constitute endorsement of views or opinions. Especially in this one. Carry on.

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Mouseketeer Ensemble * Happy New Year

Shirim * Gymnopaedia 3 By Satie

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Added by Rev Hellbound Alleee on December 31, 2012 at 8:52pm — No Comments

Am I the Only Single and Looking 30 Something Lesbian on the Nexus?

I came to Atheist Nexus for friends and community with fellow freethinkers. I have found some of the warmest, kindest, most understanding people here. They are like an internet family I sit with each night, and sometimes during the day while I work from home, and I could not be happier to have found them. However, something is missing.

I took three years off dating to get a degree, find myself, figure out what I want in a relationship. I've done that now, and I plan to leave the bible…

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Added by Shannon Equality Barber on August 27, 2012 at 10:00pm — 4 Comments

Chick-Fil-A mess. The politicians are wrong

Is it me or has there been an extreme amount of hyperbole concerning a certain fast food restaurant that serves chicken sandwiches? I agree that there should be some discussion about the owner and his statements. The LGBT community and their supporters should not patronize this establishment for obvious reasons. All groups that support the equal rights of the gay community should raise their voices in protest. Any business that financially and vocally supports measures that limits the equal…

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Added by Michael Eppers on July 27, 2012 at 12:07pm — 5 Comments

Priorities, people!



Cross-posted from my blog.



If I need help, I do not stop and wonder if the person who is helping me believes in God. I do not concern myself with their personal life at all, really. They are helping me. I say 'Thank you'. So when I read about this, I was rather… Continue

Added by BacteriaWrangler on August 4, 2010 at 5:11pm — 2 Comments

This is so gay.

Cross-posted from my blog.



I am all about equality. Really, it's a big deal to me and it'll probably come up a lot in my writing. The gay rights issue is huge and multi-faceted, but there is a particular aspect of it I would like to explore. To facilitate that, I'm going to make my general position (which I am not interested in exploring) clear from the beginning:…



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Added by BacteriaWrangler on July 22, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments

My atheist group is in need

Hi everyone from Atheist Nexus! About half of the members of my group, the Greensboro Atheist Organization, seem to express an interest in

the activism side of the group. While non religious people make up

about 15% of the population and growing we still face huge equal rights

issues. I'm happy to say that we're working on some things for these

people in addition to our normal social activities, but we can't do it

without your help. The Greensboro Atheist Organization… Continue

Added by Heather on May 18, 2010 at 11:26am — No Comments

UgandaBeKiddingMe

I just HAD to share this story. Some Pastor in Uganda showed "graphic gay sex" to an audience to "make a loud and clear statement that tough penalties are needed against homosexuals in Uganda.

This be him:

Added by Woody Bass on January 24, 2010 at 8:11pm — 2 Comments

Lot of talk about gay marriage today and yesterday

Obama's declaring it LGBT month, Cheney's calling fo gay marriage, I'm blogging about it...:

http://goodreasonnews.blogspot.com/2009/06/june-declared-lgbt-month.html

Added by Billy Deaton on June 2, 2009 at 11:32pm — No Comments

The Times of Harvey Milk

The Times of Harvey Milk is one of my favorite documentaries. It details the life of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man to be elected to a major US office. Milk was a gay rights activist, a populist politician, and a great person. Even learning about him today, I can tell that he was a kind, generous man with a passion for inspiring his fellow humans. He called himself the "Mayor of Castro Street", and he was without a doubt the first person to give a voice to the many oppressed gays… Continue

Added by cj the cynic on April 2, 2009 at 7:41pm — 2 Comments

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