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Legal Ease: Did Samantha really need a lawyer?

Opinions about one’s sexuality and the actions expressed through sex are as divergent as the colors found within the rainbow. Nevertheless, it seems today’s global governments are in the business of regulating sex.

Remembering my Army dad, past Memorial Days

I honor all who serve in our armed forces and I long for the day that soldiers can talk openly, receive healing and live long enough to enjoy all that life can offer.

A brief history of DADT

The policy that was voted on in 1993 to take affect in 1994 was a slight victory, one could argue, in that it was the first time gays were allowed to serve.

VIDEO: My exchange with President Obama

It broke my heart to face off with my President tonight. I was proud to work on his campaign, and I still believe in him. But as long as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people are fired from our jobs, discharged from the military, denied marriage rights and immigration equality - as long as we are second-class citizens - I can't be silent.

Just say no to the "Dirty Energy Proposition"

There's a move afoot to dismantle California's roadmap to a clean energy future. Bankrolled by Texas oil companies Valero and Tesoro, the "Dirty Energy Proposition" slated for the November ballot would suspend AB 32, California's landmark law designed to promote renewable energy and reduce air pollution.




Get it together, "American Idol"

"American Idol" changed the formula that was working and the show lost its “mojo.” It just hasn’t been the same. We are annoyed.

Why Dan Savage and others should shut up about African politics

If gay American bloggers want to actually help African gays, then maybe it's time they started listening to them, to what they say would help improve their situation and then act on it. Otherwise, as Ben Cohen puts it, it would be better for African gays if they just shut up.