Tag Archives: LGBTQ

Announcing the Stonewall National Monument

President Obama: Back in 1969, as a turbulent decade was winding down, the Stonewall Inn was a popular gathering place for New York City’s LGBT community. At the time, being gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender was considered obscene, illegal, even a mental illness. One night, police raided the bar and started arresting folks. Raids like… Read More »

How the LGBTQ Community Taught America to Have Compassion: Service, HIV, AIDS | Judith Light

For the LGBTQ community, for those of us who were inspired by the way the community operated during the height of the AIDS pandemic, there was a world that we were living in where people were dying in droves, and we were at several funerals a week and we were looking at a government that… Read More »

When an LGBTQ+ activist meets a priest

I was Catholic many, many years ago. My parents raised me Catholic, but I decided at a very young age that Catholicism wasn’t necessarily the path for me. Growing up, I was pretty effeminate and people would always latch onto that. And I would hear, “Ay, look at the bakla over there.” And I was… Read More »

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Third Indiana Catholic school employee fired in growing scandal over LGBTQ staff

Third Indiana Catholic school employee fired in growing scandal over LGBTQ staff Fisher, who is straight and had been assigned to Roncalli High School, thinks that the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis moved to have her fired because of two Facebook posts she shared in support of before they were fired. The archdiocese has previously… Read More »

Being Gay in Scotland: 1 Day in Edinburgh 🏳️‍🌈🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 | Travel Vlog

hello beautiful people I am coming to you live from Edinburgh this gorgeous wonderful city so the thing about Scotland is gay marriage is actually only been legal since 2014 which is a little bit unfortunate in my books but saying that Scotland actually has quite a lot of LGBTQ+ members of parliament so they… Read More »

I am a Catholic Priest: Reacting to Stereotypes

Most Catholic priests are pedophiles or have molested young children. A man was sitting outside here yesterday in his car, he just was coming to see me and his child went to walk the dog into the church grounds and the mother said don’t go in there that’s a bad religion. Being a Catholic priest… Read More »

Catholic foster care agency loses federal appeal over LGBTQ policy

Catholic foster care agency loses federal appeal over LGBTQ policy For the second time in two years, a court has ruled that the City of Philadelphia did not violate the religious freedoms of a Catholic social services agency when it severed the organizations foster care contract. The case could be appealed to the U.S. Supreme… Read More »

Filmmaker Cheryl Dunye: In Conversation with Shawn(ta) Smith-Cruz

– [Justin] Hello. – [Crowd] Hi! – Wonderful. Good evening and welcome to the 2019 Jose Munoz Award Ceremony. I first want to take this opportunity to thank our partner, Karen Sander and the public programming at the CUNY Graduate Center for annually making this ceremony possible. I also would like to thank our co-sponsors,… Read More »

Armenian Gay Man Comes Out to Father in Emotional Video – “Dad, I’m Gay”

if your dad was on the other side of this lens right now what would you say hi that this is your son this is little Jose and he loves you so much and he’s crying internally to let you know that I’m gay I’m gay I like men and I have a boyfriend I… Read More »