Hey everyone, have we got something special for you! Do you love art? Well you have the chance to go to World Wide Art Los Angeles for free! World Wide Art L.A. is an international fine arts show that will serve as a visual montage of influential fine art in 2014, as it exists across the globe.
I read this article on Bing Health & Fitness. I’m an old school swimmer and water polo player. We didn’t wear “jammies” we wore speedos. I’ve coached and ref’d and am an avid lover of working out. It makes me uneasy when modern science debunks habits and paradigms that were cemented for me as an athlete many moons ago but this article seems to be on the up and up.
CBS Films is set to release PRIDE this Friday, September 26th, in select theatres in New York and California. I caught the trailer today and it looks pretty good. It’s set in the UK under the rule of Margret Thatcher and stars Bill Nighy, Imelda Staunton, Dominic West, and Paddy Considine. It’s written by Stephen Beresford and directed by Matthew Warchus. Click the link below to read the film summary, find out what cities the film is playing in, and watch the trailer. :-)
All eyes will be on Washington later this month, as the United States Supreme Court has announced that on September 29, they will consider whether to hear one or more of the federal marriage equality cases in their current term. If they take one of the cases, we could have a nationwide marriage ruling as soon as June 2015.
The Advocate posted a list of the Top 50 more influential queers in mainstream media. It caught my eye today and I checked out the list. I’m not familiar with all 50 but I definitely think they got the Top 5 on the list right.
I make no bones about the fact that I’m a liberal Democrat. I also make no bones about the fact that Republicans are a big part of what’s wrong with this country right now. I don’t dislike Republicans simply because the are Republicans. I dislike, and disdain them as a political party, because they are wrong on almost ALL of the issues that are important to democracy and equality. Case in point: Senate Republicans yet again blocked a vote on the Paycheck Fairness Act that would help ensure women get the same pay for doing the same job as men.