Month: September 2008

DMN prints Gay Day complaint letter

You can read it and comment here. Also, feel free to comment on Metro columnist Ed Housewright’s blog post here. I’m sure Ed will be thrilled to hear from you.angry racerреклама в интернете...

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SMU lawsuit reaffirms stereotypes about lesbians and women's basketball

In case you missed it, here’s The Dallas Morning News article about lesbian former SMU basketball player Jennifer Colli’s lawsuit against the school and Coach Rhonda Rompola (pictured above). Colli alleges that her scholarship got revoked after she complained that Rompola had made inappropriate comments regarding her sex life and other gay relationships on the team. Interestingly the lawsuit alleges that Rompola herself had “long-term relations” with a female assistant coach. However, the article goes on to say that Rompola married a man last year. So what gives here? Can anyone help me out? Also, you didn’t hear this from me, if you’re looking for a humorous and somewhat offensive comment thread about this story, check Deadspin.техподдержка сайтовсео...

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2008 Equality Ride to roll out after all

Look out, Waxahachie, here come the Equality Riders! Soulforce’s annual gay rights bus tour to conservative college campuses is a go. Read the update from Katie Higgins, co-director of this year’s Equality Ride, after the jump. We Made It — The Equality Ride Will Roll Out Your Ongoing Support Will Be Crucial as 18 Riders Travel to 15 Schools Over The Course of 7 Weeks Today Soulforce came together and lifted the Equality Ride up like never before. As one of the many people who has been working on this Equality Ride day and night, I cannot tell you how scary it was to wake up one morning and realize that it may all be gone by day’s end. But YOU stood up and did not let this inspiring chance to empower young adults slip away. I am 26 years old and can say that these are the most uncertain times that I have ever lived through. I don’t use the word “scary” because I have been in scarier places. I was in a scary place while sitting in a jail cell during last year’s Equality Ride after being told by Mississippi College and the City of Clinton that our “special needs” were not of their concern. And I find myself in an even scarier place every time I step onto a campus where students have to hide behind...

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OUT TAKES postponed, lack of volunteer support

Organizers of the OUT TAKES Dallas gay film fest just announced that they are putting the festival off for now. It was originally scheduled for Oct 9-12. According to a press release, some festival departments are struggling to complete their tasks. On Saturday’s GayBINGO, OUT TAKES hauled in the second largest pot for the 50/50 raffle. But at Sunday’s Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade, the OUT TAKES float entry was canceled due to lack of volunteers. Y’ALL CAN STILL HELP! On Saturday, Sept. 27, there’s a Volunteer Round Up at the  Resource Center of Dallas from noon to 3 p.m.  and at JR’s Bar & Grill, from 5  p.m. to 7 p.m. OUT TAKES foundation president Phillip Archer says, “Our volunteer round up has always been a huge success.  Our focus this time will be to fill slots in our festival organization that are critical to achieving our goals – as opposed to looking for people to actually work taking tickets and ushering at the films.” www.outttakesdallas.org wicrackодностраничные...

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Clay is out!

Now I kinda like him — and his crappy music.услуги по продвижению сайтовраскрутка...

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