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The Brave Frontier

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Stephanie Donald—Publisher, LGBT-Today

There once was a horrible zoo in Kenya. They had a very small cage they kept the lions in and they allowed them to just breed and breed until there was hardly a square inch of room left inside the cage.

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Coming Out from Under the Covers

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By Bob Minor

The danger facing the movement for equality for LGBT people today isn’t just the furious backlash of the religious right-wing, but a response of the movement, which Michelangelo Signorile labels “victory blindness.” In fact, he writes in his new must-read It’s Not Over: Getting Beyond Tolerance, Defeating Homophobia, and Winning True Equality, we are in a “dangerous moment” - in spite of great victories, “discrimination, violence and tragic horror stories – in addition to the daily slights that all of us who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender have experienced for years – have not only continued, they’ve sometimes become more blatant.”

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Stop Asking These Questions

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By Bob Minor

How does someone credibly answer the question: “Have you quit beating your spouse?” It's the classic example of a question being the problem.

It's a setup. The issue is in the question itself, before there's an answer.

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What to do About that Pink Crow Sitting Next to You

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Allow me to get this out of the way quickly so we can move on to more productive topics:

I told you so!

I feel better already. That just vindicated 18 years of predicting that forced judicial marriage equality on anti-gay states prior to the passage of some sort of federal equal civil rights amendment that includes everyone in the LGBT community would bring down a hell-storm of backlash laws from those anti-gay states who were forced to accept marriage. Well, now that's happened.

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To Dream the American Nightmare

Stephanie Donald—Publisher, LGBT-Today

For some the expression American Dream brings a wave of movie memes of a quiet summer in a suburban community where the old La France fire truck is rounding the corner toward the firehouse, returning from retrieving a cat from an oak tree in Mrs. Miller’s yard. Children are running from being sprayed by a garden hose because Mr. Samuels washes his car and the children love to play with the Samuels’ children and Mr. Samuels is by far the best father everyone knows.

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Facing the Backlash from Religious Addicts

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By Bob Minor

We're now in the throes of a backlash against equal rights for LGBT people that's in full swing while many think the fight is over. Its ferocity and meanness has been predicted not only in this column but elsewhere, with numerous warnings for us to prepare for this moment.

Micaelangelo Signoreli

Anticipated in April is: It's Not Over: Getting Beyond Tolerance, Defeating Homophobia, and Winning True Equality, a new book by Michelangelo Signorile

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Power Is the Issue, but It's Nervous

Senator Ted Cruz R-TxSenator Ted Cruz (R-Tx) One of the more bizarre elected right-wing politicians, Senator Cruz has cemeted Texas' reputation for being out-of-touch with just about every American's view of current mainstream topics. (Photo courtesy of Senator Ted Cruz for U.S. Senate)Minor Details—Bob Minor

Constantly we must remind ourselves that the right-wing dominating the Republican Party has “logic” of its own. We have to stop asking questions like: “Don't they understand?” “Don't they see that this doesn't make any sense?” “Why do so many vote against their self-interest?”

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