Archive for the Queer Issues Category

Day Off.

Posted in Queer Issues on December 10, 2008 by boychick1

Day off…I am self employed, it was a simple and well received action. My boss approved she runs a very queer organization. Going to the art studio today to play – it’s extremely cold again…bit of a headache, queasy stomach this morning. Ibuprofen calls.

Here are a couple of articles I read recently that were of interest to me as an evangelical agnostic —

“It’s All God — Amen, Om, Whatever”
– at Alternet

and I was made aware of an article on the cover of Newsweek by Sue J at Nailing Jello To The Wall (a great blog BTW)

The article on the cover of Newsweek today is titled “Our Mutual Joy” and is on gay marriage and the bible.

So there’s something to do on your day off — don’t spend any money…it’s a day without the gay.

Fa la, la,la, la….

xo-
janet

Patti Digh …37 Days. Please go read this post.

Posted in Queer Issues on November 21, 2008 by boychick1

Author Patti Digh has written a wonderful book called “37 Days” and she has a blog of the same name HERE.

She has written a beautiful, beautiful – eloquent post on Transgender rememberance day…please follow this link to read it.

thank you – you’ll be glad that you did.
One day we will all refer to ourselves as human and nothing less.

Our President

Posted in Queer Issues on November 18, 2008 by boychick1

Wanda Sykes Comes Out

Posted in Queer Issues on November 17, 2008 by boychick1

Day Without A Gay

Posted in Queer Issues on November 16, 2008 by boychick1

Finally a DAY OFF! & my boss approves and encourages you to spread the word.

For more information click HERE.

I do…I DO…I DO!

Posted in Andrea Gibson, Queer Issues on November 11, 2008 by boychick1

I have posted this poem before but it is a message for us to hang onto now, a message to share – for the equality that has to be ours and will be ours. Art inspires action, change, reform.

Andrea Gibson is an amazing spoken word artist – if you have a chance to see her near you go, if she’s farther away make the drive! I’ve seen her three times in person and have written about it (see blog archives)-she’s fantastic. And she’s cute – she has a great hair cut. (I’m sure she approves of my objectification of her).

For "K"…

Posted in Andrea Gibson, Queer Issues on October 4, 2008 by boychick1

I love Andrea Gibson – if she performs anywhere near you, you must go and see her!