Breathing is hard this morning. My heart lies heavy in my chest and tears well in my eyes. I feel immobilized by hurricanes, earthquakes, and the unimaginable devastation left in their wake. I am horrified at the looming threat of… Read More ›
When Supreme Court ruled for federal marriage equality, I was with 5,000 marriage equality supporters in Portland, OR. What could be better?
This comprehensive study explores not only if people have changed their minds about same-sex marriage but what has influenced them to re-think the issue. The top answer: they know someone who is homosexual. Harvey Milk said it best, “Gay brothers… Read More ›
Forty years ago, I first heard the word “homosexual” applied to me. I was eighteen years old when my mother disclosed that a nun from my Catholic girls’ boarding school had called with the news that I was involved in… Read More ›