Archive for the ‘LGBT’ Category

FREAKBOY, by Kristin Clark

Monday, October 21st, 2013


Please read my review of this great new book, the second-best YA novel about a transgender teen ever.

Victory in New Jersey

Sunday, October 20th, 2013


Marriage equality in the Garden State goes into effect tomorrow. I love what the court said: “The State has advanced a number of arguments, but none of them overcome this reality: same-sex couples who cannot marry are not treated equally under the law today. The harm to them is real, not abstract or speculative,” wrote Chief Justice Stuart Rabner in the decision.

Win a free copy of ALMOST PERFECT

Thursday, August 22nd, 2013

Courtesy of  Wipe Out Homophobia, you can win a free copy of  Almost Perfect. Just go to Almost Perfect’s Facebook page and like it. You’ll be automatically entered. If you’ve already liked it, then you’re entered whether you like it or not.


Rule Britannia

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Belated congratulations to England and Wales for legalizing marriage equality. What’s the deal, Scotland? And Germany, are you going to let England and France beat you on this?

SCOTUS rules!

Thursday, June 27th, 2013


Good riddance to DOMA and Prop 8! Major victory for equality.

One of these days, these posts will be about me again

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

In the meantime, a twelfth US state has approved marriage equality.


And now, Delaware

Sunday, May 12th, 2013


The first state becomes the 11th state to legalize same-sex marriage. The momentum will not be stopped.

Forty to go…

Thursday, May 2nd, 2013

So who’s next? Illinois? Delaware? The UK?

It’s getting hard to keep track…

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

So now New Zealand (the first country, by the way, to allow women to vote) has now voted for marriage equality. Last week, France and Uruguay did the same thing. Earlier this year, Colorado approved civil unions, and a handful of Brazilian states voted to allow same sex marriage. Similar laws are on the fast track in the UK, Rhode Island, Delaware, and Nevada, among others.

So where next? What progressive state will be next to stop marriage discrimination? Germany, you’re the most powerful European economy, why not be equally innovative with public policy? Or how about Finland, the last hold out in northern Europe. Brazil? Japan? Mexico?

Damn, these are interesting times.

Viva la Uruguay!

Friday, April 12th, 2013

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Both Uruguay and France are on their way to becoming the 12th and 13th nations to legalize marriage equality. Yahoo commenters were quick to weigh in:

You said, “13 down, 183 to go.”
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Looks like Brian is a limp wristed fairy too