Tag Archives: Civil rights

Tell Governor Haslam To Protect Tennessee’s LGBTQ Citizens

Here’s the thing: The Legislative process can be confusing. And a lot of the time, this is on purpose. The confusion is intentional. Take for example SB 1085… “SB” stands for “Senate Bill” (as opposed to HB 1111, which is … Continue reading

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A Different Boston Marathon Story

As everyone memorialized and remembered the story of the Boston Marathon bombing, I was reminded again today of a story that is pregnant with hope. And redemption. And love. It is the story of the first woman to run in the … Continue reading

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“ENDA’s Game”–How The Gays Are Trying To Ruin America

I live in Tennessee. I have a job here…. Two jobs actually, and both of them have things posted like the picture above that are there to inform workers of their rights. If you have a job where there are … Continue reading

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An Open Letter To Christians About Gay Boy Scouts

To Whom It May Concern (but I’m especially looking at you, Southern Baptists): I’m sure you’ve already heard that the Boy Scouts of America have recently voted to allow kids who are openly gay into scouting. I realize a lot … Continue reading

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