Category Archives: human rights

Love Wins – Pride 2019

San Diego Pride 2019 has come and gone, and I’m left with very mixed emotions. Sad that it’s all over, happy that I was part of something so joyful and loving and so very powerful, and uncertain as to what … Continue reading

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My 2019 Happy Pride

Those of you who have followed me over the years know how the San Diego Pride Parade changed my life some 17 years ago. I was 4 months from being 50 years old when I sat along 6th Avenue and … Continue reading

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Pride – We Fight On

Every year when June rolls around, I’m hopeful I can write about how the United States has grown on LGBTQ issues, and acceptance has replaced tolerance when speaking of, and living with, one another. We all know this is not … Continue reading

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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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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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