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July 2012

A Few Updates

Sorry for the long silence, everyone. As Alan mentioned in a recent post, I've been rather busy with life lately, and haven't had much time to breathe, let alone post on QPHC. I hope that will change soon! In the... Continue Reading →

Fabulous Friday: July 28th, 2012 (A Saturday)

Happy Saturday the 28th! So Kate has been super busy with life the past couple weeks and not getting much sleep (just because someone graduates from Patrick Henry College does not mean that they automatically get to start getting enough... Continue Reading →

Why Did I Believe It For So Long?

I've known for quite a long time now that I liked guys, at least a dozen years, but it wasn't until just recently that I actually comprehended it. For the longest time it didn't really mean anything to me and... Continue Reading →

Chick-Fil-A Doesn’t Like Me, But I Still Love Their Food

According to Dan Cathy, the President and COO of Chick-Fil-A, we queers are "inviting God's judgment" as we "shake our fist at Him" by wanting the right to have civil marriages. Chick-Fil-A has been at the center of LGBTQ related controversy... Continue Reading →

Boy Scouts Continue to Exclude Out Gay Kids, Leaders

This morning, my Facebook newsfeed exploded with praise from my Patrick Henry College acquaintances for the continued Boy Scouts of America ban on out gays as members or leaders. "Homosexual conduct is inconsistent with the obligations in the Scout Oath... Continue Reading →

New Friends and Marriage Equality

By Alan Scott This weekend I had the pleasure of getting to know an awesome gay couple--R and B--much better (I'd met them a couple of weeks ago). I've known numerous gay couples over the years, but what made these... Continue Reading →

Worth Sharing: Transgender Housing Network

The recently founded Transgender Housing Network was created to assist trans*-identified people in finding temporary housing. Trans* people can post a submission if they have a need for housing, and those who are able to host trans* people can also... Continue Reading →

Guest Post: The Freedom to Be

Today we have our first guest post, submitted by the Reverend Don Prange with St. James United Church of Christ in Lovettsville, Va. We welcome guest posts if you wish to encourage LGBTQ readers or share about your personal experiences at... Continue Reading →

Fabulous Friday: July 13, 2012

Happy Friday the 13th! I advise throwing glitter over your left shoulder to ward off any bad luck today. We've got some new visitors this week, thanks to Equality Loudoun and Doorbell Queen. Thanks for the warm welcome! You need... Continue Reading →

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