Category Archives: Gay Pride

Choose Love

My 50th High School reunion is coming up next year.  The chatter around this has made me a bit nostalgic, but not so nostalgic that I can’t distance myself from what is a hazy memory, and what is, in fact, … Continue reading

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Love One Another…

I was baptized in the United Methodist Church in our little town in south eastern Pennsylvania in 1950’s. I sang in every choir – children, youth, senior – I took the classes and became a member, I was married in … Continue reading

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And So We Begin – Again.

I haven’t written on this blog since 2017.  This week I got a message from someone who found my blog, read a few of my pieces, and wrote to tell me that I’ve inspired him.  He’s just come out, and … Continue reading

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Gay Pride Parades – Now More Than Ever

I’m always hopeful when I write about Gay Pride that this will be the last year I have to explain why indeed it is we still need Gay Pride Parades. Ask me why we need Gay Pride Parades, and I’ll … Continue reading

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It’s not Religious Liberty – It’s Discrimination.

I’ve had to remind myself this week that I still live in the United States of America. I had to check and make sure the Constitution was still in place, and, for good measure, I checked to make sure the … Continue reading

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Somewhere Over The Rainbow Flag

Saturday, July 16, 2016 was the annual San Diego Pride Parade – or as it’s known at our house – Reaffirmation Day! Pride Parades are always a day filled with joy and love. It’s a day of singing and hugging … Continue reading

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Being an American on Independence Day

Here are a few words from the document that we celebrate on this Independence Day: The Declaration of Independence. “We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with … Continue reading

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