Lorie Frye

Gay Pride Means Embracing Our Differentness — From Other Gay People, Too

When I was 22 and just stepping out of the closet, I knew that choosing to embrace my sexual orientation meant not choosing other options available at the time to gay men. Marrying a man wasn’t a legal option. And the integrity I asserted by accepting myself allowed no place for a half-baked heterosexual marriage, …

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Healing the LGBT Community from Religious Condemnation

Given the onslaught of hateful attacks on the LGBT community by the finatical religious right, I would like to share a link to a site thats focus is to heal and empower. http://www.new-wings.org/ The mission statement says it all: For centuries, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community has suffered soul-damaging condemnation due to …

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Lessons from Sharing the Story of My (Possibly) Gay 6-Year-Old Son

www.huffingtonpost.com Submitted here by Lorie Frye The Author is “Amelia” Editor’s note: “Amelia” is a pseudonym chosen by the author in order to keep her family’s identity anonymous. On August 16 I learned what viral meant. I wrote an essay about my oldest son and his love of a popular gay television character, Glee‘s Blaine, …

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