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Heart & Soul: Creating boundaries, taking responsibility

Are we still paying penance, or trying to make up for, something we did in the past, or because we still believe we are somehow less than what we should be?

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SANDAG's bike plan: Two public meetings, a petition and vandalism

"I think that a bike lane is appropriate but shutting down University is not."

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RGOD2: Global women’s work ends in New York, but is anyone listening?

Three-thousand women are returning home from the UN after a unique opportunity to share insights and listen to one another. The question remains simply: Were they talking to themselves, or did the world hear about their courage, achievements and their cries?

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Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) embraces gay marriage

Following years of debate and introspection, America’s largest Presbyterian denomination has announced a change to its constitution that allows for a more inclusive definition of marriage to include gay and lesbian weddings.

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RGOD2: The intersections of oppression and violence

The takeaway from the UN Commission on the Status of Women is simply to continue to organize at the grassroots level and build as many alliances and shared projects as we can, especially around meaningful work and deeper conversations and projects with the faith community.

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  • Heart & Soul: Creating boundaries, taking responsibility

    Are we still paying penance, or trying to make up for, something we did in the past, or because we still believe we are somehow less than what we should be?

  • SANDAG's bike plan: Two public meetings, a petition and vandalism

    "I think that a bike lane is appropriate but shutting down University is not."

  • RGOD2: Global women’s work ends in New York, but is anyone listening?

    Three-thousand women are returning home from the UN after a unique opportunity to share insights and listen to one another. The question remains simply: Were they talking to themselves, or did the world hear about their courage, achievements and their cries?

  • Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) embraces gay marriage

    Following years of debate and introspection, America’s largest Presbyterian denomination has announced a change to its constitution that allows for a more inclusive definition of marriage to include gay and lesbian weddings.

  • RGOD2: The intersections of oppression and violence

    The takeaway from the UN Commission on the Status of Women is simply to continue to organize at the grassroots level and build as many alliances and shared projects as we can, especially around meaningful work and deeper conversations and projects with the faith community.

  • RGOD2: LBT women are still globally invisible, even to other women

    Why should anyone pay attention to UN Commission on the Status of Women meeting meeting next week? Watch this short video and decide.

  • RGOD2: How Randy Berry can succeed as the new LGBT czar

    It will take a lot of creativity and diplomacy to extend the hand of friendship to governments and organizations who are still not convinced that LGBT people should have any rights.

  • RGOD2: In praise of our forebears under the rubble - Alan Turing

    The anti-gay law that was used to destroy Alan Turing’s life and career was still in operation in Britain and Ireland when I was growing up and it was not until 1967 that it was repealed in Britain and a few years later in Northern Ireland.

  • RGOD2: Women of Faith. Women of Doubt

    The courageous stories of four exceptional women who have made a commitment to gender and LGBT equality and the positive and negative implications for their religious faith.

  • Tax questions: What couples should ask before they marry

    So before the big wedding day, determine if you are going to file married filing jointly or married filing separately.

  • Heart & Soul: Listening to the groundhogs in our lives

    Thinking about the concept of current events predicting the future, I would suggest that we all have “groundhogs” in our lives, many with the same level of success as good old Punxsutawney Phil in Pennsylvania.

  • Business profile: Surrogacy service changes everything for same-sex couples

    Surrogacy Beyond Borders is helping gay and lesbian couples to start families. With the help of the San Diego Fertility Clinic, Frost turns to Mexico for surrogates, keeping them safe, healthy and protected.

  • Business profile: Lava Sushi in Hillcrest

    “We want to be the place where you can come to get away from your busy life; a place to relax, have a drink and enjoy some amazing food,” Lava Sushi owner Jack Qashat says.

  • RGOD2: How sexism is at the root of homophobia

    The public square narrative has been dominated for too long by one particular viewpoint that interprets Holy Scriptures in a patriarchal way, and is often opposed to the kinds of progress that women and LGBT people are working towards.

  • Green Scene: It's never too late for a greener home

    Choosing a simple green resolution for the home may end up creating the momentum necessary to get back on track for bigger resolutions that are already slipping in the New Year.

  • Heart & Soul: Changing our story

    We always get to decide how we look at the past, and how we will allow it to affect the future. But someone once said, “not to decide is to decide.”

  • RGOD2: The Santa-Clausification of MLK

    When Christmas Eve came, I found myself reflecting on the work and legacy of Dr. King as a modern day prophet who has as much a global vision of the era of God as any of the five prophetic figures from Scripture.

  • PFLAG San Diego student scholarship cycle now open

    The purpose of PFLAG San Diego's scholarship program is to recognize outstanding LGBT seniors in high school, and undergraduate and graduate students; to encourage them to continue post-secondary education; and to promote a positive image of LGBT youth.

  • Heart & Soul: Is it enough?

    While it is a good thing to want to improve our physical health, find a loving relationship, or get that next college degree, what is the motivation behind it? Are these changes we want to make to make our lives better, or do we do these so we will finally be enough?

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  • First-ever Douglas P. Lathrop Scholarship awarded

    The first-ever check from the Douglas P Lathrop Scholarship for the Disabled was given out at the Imperial Court de San Diego's Prince & Princess Royale Ball on Saturday, March 28.

  • Millennials are the gayest generation

    A new study finds that 7% of U.S. adults aged 18-35 identify as LGBT — fully 3 percentage points higher than a recent study of adults of all ages. Why that number will get even bigger.

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