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QL reaches 3K followers!

So I woke up this morning and I realized we hit a milestone here in Queer Landia land.  We hit the 3,000 follower mark and it was a real treat to see this morning as I await my first cup of coffee.  We are 5 months shy of hitting our 3 year anniversary and garnering 3,000 subscribers isn’t too shabby if I do say so myself.

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The Trevor Project

trevor image qlIn the wake of Robin Williams taking his own life I’ve been thinking a lot about The Trevor Project.  I thought I’d give them a shout out this week and help raise more awareness and shine a light on this sad darkness.

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Heterosexuality Didn’t Exist Until the 19th Century

Why Heterosexuality Didn’t Really Exist Until the 19th Century
The history of straightness is much shorter than you’d think.
So where does the term “heterosexual” come from?

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X-MEN Days Of Future Past gets an A from me

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I got to take in X-MEN Days Of Future Past over the weekend and I highly approve of this latest installment of the varied Mutant tales by Marvel.  This franchise has evolved, floundered, and flourished over the last decade but I think they are good ground and going in a right direction now.

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Ryan starred in Modern Family this week

Well, OK, he doesn’t really STAR in the episode but you he plays the best sleeping traveler….EVER!

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I totally disagree with Andrew Sullivan

Andrew Sullivan, founder and editor of The Dish, made an appearance on Comedy Central and did an interview with Stephen Colbert.  While I have a lot of respect for Andrew Sullivan and all that he’s accomplished as an out gay man I think he’s got it wrong about the resignation of Brendan Eich as CEO of Mozilla.

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For those of you who don’t know what the term means in our world.  Bugchasers are guys who intentionally seek out HIV positive sex partners in the hope of contracting the virus.  It’s confounding, confusing, and disconcerting…all at the same time.

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