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The Pride Manifesto of an “In-Betweener”

A-11Stephanie Donald—Publisher, LGBT-Today

First, I must apologize for my prolonged absence and neglect of the magazine. I’ve been very sick for the past few months and although I feel much better, the medical community is somewhat at a loss as to what happened or why. Try living on Medicare sometime and you’ll find out that you’d definitely feel more secure if Moe, Larry and Curly were your doctors (nyuk, nyuk, myuk!)!Although “Pride” season isn’t quite over yet, the bigger cities have already held theirs and after seeing pictures, watching the video footage and reading the media accounts, all I can say for comment is: “Yawn.”

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Why So Much American Anger?

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By Bob Minor

The recent episodes of now routine American gun violence have sparked discussions of the role of white male anger in it all. This is hardly a brand new strand of analysis.

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Ugandan Gay Man’s Life Hangs in the Balance of United States’ Compassion

By Jill Lumina—Special Guest on LGBT-Today

800px-Flag of UgandaUgandan flag--Standing now for a national blood-lust over killing homosexuals and even those who are heterosexual are in danger if they don't report them thanks to the efforts of American evangelist Scott Lively who is on trial for Crimes Against Humanity here in the United States as a result of this bill.Editor’s Note—Jill Lumina is an aspiring young journalist. Josh is a pseudonym for the young Ugandan man in the interview, as revealing his true identity would place his life in danger.

Josh: Hello, I am Josh. I am humbled by your friend request… Richie says you want an interview me. I am here.

Jill: Yes I am working on raising money to get you to America. I will pick you up from the airport and interview you. I hear you are a very sweet person and I look forward to meeting you. You have many people fighting for your freedom right now.

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The Right Wing’s Last Ditch Strategy

Virginia-Family-Forum-socialThe Virginia Family Forum has called for a 40-day hunger strike to protest marriage equality beginning August 28th. (Photo via Facebook)Bob Minor

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We’ve come to the place where the radical right-wing intelligentsia know that the old arguments against LGBT people won’t work. And so they’re at the end of their rope.

The psychological debate had been settled a half of a century ago. True professionals in the psychological and counseling communities, as a result, embrace the professionally ethical requirement to affirm LGBT people as equal to anyone else. And finally that is catching on popularly to debunk the whole lucrative brain-wash-the-gay-away industry.

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Looking Forward to More Looking

By Rodger Streitmatter

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My initial reaction, back in January, to the new TV series about three gay men in San Francisco was to cringe. That’s because the first scene had the prettiest member of the trio going cruising in the woods. By the end of the scene, Patrick had gotten a truncated hand job after exclaiming, “Cold hands!”

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"Thank G-d, Nazi Phelps Is Dead"

S-4Bob Kunst; the man who took on hate-queen Anita Bryant in the 1970s and won.By Robert Kunst—Gay Pioneer, Exclusive to LGBT-Today

It's the first day of spring, 2014 and what a wonderful way to enter this new season.

Fred Phelps of Westboro Baptist Church is on his way to hell, at age 84.

This immoral Nazi miscreant, became famous for attacking gays and we thank him and his family for giving us so much publicity, so much attention and for being an anti-role model for everyone, while giving religion a bad name and of course our great pleasure to have protested against Phelps and his gang over a dozen times and more than anyone in the nation.

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Are Frightened Heterosexuals to Become the Next Neolithic Footnote?

FreeGreatPicture.com-44676-obama-applauds-supreme-courts-doma-and-prop-8-rulings-as-it-happenedWhen the SCOTUS struck down all but one paragraph of DOMA last year, everyone thought that was the last battle in our equality struggle because of the emphasis placed on it by the HRC, but now they know it was merely the wrong battle in a long war.Stephanie Donald—Publisher, LGBT-Today

When the LGBT community gnashes its teeth over all the idiocy that usually follows some breakthroughs we experience in our culture, we still have to contend with Neanderthal’s expressing misspelled and ridiculously puerile comments on Twitter. Of course, Twitter has become the realm of worldwide village idiots and was it not necessary to the dissemination of stories of LGBT-Today, I would avoid it altogether. I never read Twitters because the forced abbreviations make me winch and realize that true communication between human beings is slowly deteriorating into a redux of Stanley Kubrick’s “Dawn of Man” segment in 2001: A Space Odyssey.

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