White Collar, on USA Network, is starting its final season on November 6th. We are big fans of Matt Bomer here on QL and so our readers.
This last Friday, U.S. District Judge Scott W. Skavdahl officially struck down Wyoming’s same-sex marriage ban, more as following judicial procedure, since the state is part of the 10th Circuit, where Marriage Equality is now the law. Continue reading
So as part of the process of moving QL to our server space and the downloadable version of WordPress it’s give me a chance to see review and edit some of our content and pages. I’ve went through and cleaned up the Queer Links page on our site and I was a little sad to see how many queer sites went under or just called it quits over the last year.
I have to say, it’s been quite a week. We’ve had “National Coming Out Day”, and”Spirit Day”, plus being October, it’s still National Bullying Prevention Month and LGBT History Month. We’ve had a major religion still arguing about how to even talk about “them persons”, and plus another state has it’s same-sex marriage ban overturned. Yet, deep inside, all I can think about, is how all these, lead to and have grown from one thing…being Out. Continue reading
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Another victory for love! If you haven’t heard a federal judge declared that Arizona’s ban on same sex marriage unconstitutional.
In honor of Spirit Day I wore purple today. Click the link below to find out more.
Earlier this week, our fellow blogger Jim Reeves, brought to our attention, of what was going on during the Synod at the Vatican, of which we know from previous experience, the dialog can get pretty heated, confusing, and rarely delivers on what makes sense and sounds good from their original intent. So to give you a water downed update on how that dialog is going, here’s what the Associated Press is reporting today….. Continue reading
Today we have another look at history, and what lead to the signing of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. Detailed notes of President Clinton, Colin Powell, and Al Gore, discussing gays in the military have been released. While there isn’t any groundbreaking new information, the notes do offer a little more insight into the signing of the discriminatory law.
Alan Turing was a wartime codebreaker during World War II. He developed a code breaking machine called Bombe. After the war, Turing worked at the National Physical Laboratory designing the first stored program computer called ACE. Some say he is the father of artificial intelligence.