“In this world, there is right and there is wrong…And that distinction is not difficult to make. The powers we have…The things we do…They’re meant to inspire ordinary citizens…Not intimidate them…Not terrify them.” – Superman in Kingdom Come There is good and evil in the world. That is overstating the obvious. These events, good/bad, right/wrong, […]Read more "Love and Hate"
This was created by Ruth Hares, who is part of the BiNet group on Facebook. Thought I would share it because at least it made someone’s day that I proved that God only wants us to spoon.Read more "My First Nobel Prize"
There is always the good news and the bad news. Let’s start with the bad news. Get it out of the way. An election was held on November 5 for mayor of Pocatello and several city council seats. Most of the candidates that were in support of the ordinance did not win. This means that […]Read more "The Pocatello Non-Discrimination Ordinance."
I recently read this article in LGBTQ Nation. This article explains how a “scientist” named Chibuihem Amalaha , a post-graduate student at the University of Lagos in Nigeria, “claims he has made a scientific “breakthrough” by proving that homosexuality and same-sex marriage are wrong.” At first I was offended because it sounded ludicrous but then I […]Read more "Could Magnets Be Used To Prove Homosexuality To Be Wrong?"
Last Friday, Typhoon Haiyan decimated part of the Phillipines. The storm is one of the most powerful in recorded history. There are 1774 confirmed dead but estimates are over 10,000. Countless more have been left homeless and displaced. The devastation is so horrendous, people are walking down the streets covering their nose and mouth because […]Read more "Typhoon Haiyan"
Screaming is all I felt like doing today. More and more each day, the anger I feel seems to intensify. I am not free. I am lucky. But nowhere near free. I am lucky and cursed. Freedom appears to be mine until I get to the edge of my enclosure to see the bars. Others […]Read more "I am not free."
On October 23, I was getting coffee at 5th St Bagelry here in Pocatello, Idaho. (A great coffee shop if some of you in Pocatello have never been). When I was leaving I noticed the heading on the Idaho State Journal newspaper – “LGBT ordinance on ballot: Pocatello voters to decide on nondiscrimination measure in […]Read more "Support the Pocatello Non-Discrimination Ordinance"