Monthly Archives: November 2012

In both New Jersey and California, gay conversion therapy (sometimes called “reparative therapy”) is facing its first tests in Courts….for full information, click on this link to a New York Times article, 11/28/2012: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/28/us/gay-conversion-therapy-faces-tests-in-courts.html In response, Pflag National has issued the following … Continue reading

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Moving Statement by Morgan Freeman

Copy and paste  this link to see and hear an advertisement Morgan Freeman recently made for the Human Rights Campaign:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrscFboMip8

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Transgender Awareness Videos

Here is the link to four personal stories from Transgender folk:   http://www.glaad.org/transawarenessweek. Watch these videos to understand and relate.

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Home for the Holidays with Family….

Going Home for the Holidays, Tips for LGBT Folk National PFLAG has compiled the following advice: Tips for a Happy Holiday for GLBT People The holidays can be a stressful time for GLBT people or families with GLBT members, but … Continue reading

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The Gay-Right’s Fabulous Election Night

By Molly Ball in The Atlantic, November 8, 2012 The victories went beyond four gay-marriage ballot initiatives and represent what one advocate calls “a breathtaking leap forward.” Reuters Tuesday’s election was a landmark for gay-rights advocates in so many ways … Continue reading

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Four Wins for Gay Marriage !

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Supporters of gay marriage in Washington state said they were in a “very strong position” Tuesday night, with early returns showing voters narrowly approving same-sex marriage in the state after residents gave similar measures the go-ahead … Continue reading

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EMBRACING CHILDREN FOR WHO THEY ARE

by National Columnist on Health,   Jane Brody, From the New York Times, Tuesday, November 6, 2012 “Contrary to what some parents might believe or hope for, children are not born a blank slate. Rather, they come into the world with … Continue reading

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