Year: 2007

Give A Little

With Christmas and the end of the year fast approaching, there’s no better time to donate cash or goods to any number of nonprofit organizations. Christmas in America has become crass and excessive, with a constant barrage of advertising targeted to empty our pockets on yet another material possession we probably don’t need. While people …

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Gay Genetic Study

The largest study of it’s kind is currently underway to seek answers to what role genetics play in homosexuality. While scientists suspect that more than one gene is involved in the process, finding one with a significant contribution would be groundbreaking. Critics point out that if the genetic roots of homosexuality are discovered, that information …

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House Approves ENDA

The House of Representatives on Wednesday passed the ENDA, The Employment Non-Discrimination Act. This groundbreaking legislation, which would provide protection from discrimination in employment for gays and lesbians, now must move through the Senate and head to President’s desk, where it’s possible it could be vetoed by ol’ GW, depending on recent changes made. Click …

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More Gay Republicans

Shocker! There are more closeted Republicans voting against gay rights while secretly having gay sex! Seems like it will literally never stop. Check out this column about the latest…Republican Sexcapades, which involves a Washington State Republican Representative by the name of Richard Curtis, who has voted against Domestic Partnership bills as well as a bill …

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I know I am…are you?

Did you know there are over 21,000 HIV positive Californians as of September 30, 2007? well it’s true, according to the current California HIV Surveillance Report. HIV is most prevalent amongst White people (49%), Hispanics (28%) and African Americans (18%), where in that community it is currently spreading rapidly at a disproportionate rate. Of course …

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