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Fabulous Friday: Wonder Woman Is Really Queer

Hello, fellow queerios! Welcome back to Fabulous Friday, a recurring feature that rounds up positive queer news, culture, and other resources. This week, the big news is that... Wonder Woman is Queer Just had to say it again, in case the... Continue Reading →

Grammy-Nominated Musicians Support The Freedom To Marry

With the 55th Grammy Awards tomorrow several of the nominees have spoken out in support of marriage equality. Freedom To Marry put together a list of quotes from some of them. These are my favorites: Jack Antonoff on the importance of everyone... Continue Reading →

An Interesting Take on Bisexuality

My fellow contributor, Alan Scott, brought this story by Chris OGuinn of to my attention. The clips that have been compiled in the article (it's 3 pages long) are from Make It or Break It on the ABC Family network.... Continue Reading →

The Rainbow Feelings Playlist

I survived Patrick Henry College with a pastel iPod shuffle and a pair of earbuds that I rescued from the lost and found bin, after waiting the requisite week to make sure no one else wanted them. Was that one... Continue Reading →

Born This Way?

I was perusing blogs again today and came across a most excellent quote from Dr. Marc Breedlove, Barnett Rosenberg Professor of Neuroscience at Michigan State University. He is currently sponsoring a lecture series called, Whom You Love: The Biology of Sexual Orientation, which is featuring... Continue Reading →

The Gay Marriage Bomb

Saw this over at Good As You and thought it was too great not to share:

LGBT History Month: Day 28 Billy Strayhorn

Day twenty-eight of LGBT History Month features Billy Strayhorn, a celebrated composer and arranger. From his bio at the LGBT History Month website: “If you want something hard enough, it just gets done.” Billy Strayhorn was a celebrated composer and arranger. Best known... Continue Reading →

LGBT History Month: Day 26 RuPaul

Day twenty-six of LGBT History Month features RuPaul, the world's most famous drag queen. From his bio at the LGBT History Month website: “With hair, heels, and attitude, honey, I am through the roof.” RuPaul is one of the world’s most famous drag... Continue Reading →

LGBT History Month: Day 20 Authur Laurents

Day twenty of LGBT History Month features Authur Laurents, a renowned playwright, director, and screenwriter. From his bio at the LGBT History Month website: “Entertainment is dessert. It needs to be balanced by the main course: theater of substance.” Arthur Laurents was a... Continue Reading →

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