Monthly Archives: July 2011

Why Should California Schools Teach Gay History ? See Video here.

This YouTube video shows a discussion between Mitchell Gold,who is a longtime LGBT advocate and Faith in America Founder, and Peter Sprigg, a senior fellow at the Family Research Council.   The discussion is in response to the news that California will begin including … Continue reading

Posted in Personal Stories

AARP Has a WebPage for LGBTs

Who knew that the American Association for Retired Persons has a webpage for LGBT persons. Go to http://www.aarp.org/relationships/friends-family/aarp-pride.html?cmp=RDRCT-PRID_MAY10_011#.TfDL0w0wDc8;email. Here is how AARP introduces this site: ” This page is designed to spotlight articles on news, personal finance, relationships, travel and other topics of concern … Continue reading

Posted in Current News

27,250 ? What Does This Number Mean?

27,250 is  the number of North Carolina’s unmarried, same-gender domestic partners counted during 2010 census.  The figure represents a meteoric rise from the last national count of 11,052 in 2000, making same-sex couples one of the fastest-growing demographic groups in … Continue reading

Posted in Current News