So I was poking around doing some reading and gathering my thoughts this morning for a Veterans Day post and I found this video. While we are enjoying a lot of good news and progress in the fight for marriage equality these days it’s good to keep in mind that we have so much more work to do.
The Salt Lake City page of gay and gay-friendly links is up and live on the site. If you know, or come across, any links that should be up on the page please let us know. You can submit links using the form on the bottom of the page or you can email them directly to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration. Our city pages will live in the left-hand column of the site for easy reference and access.
So Nate and I have recently made the decision to move the directory of U.S. links on QN back to Queer Landia. Our beta testing of the downloadable version over at QN in the background has been a great learning experience for us but it’ll be easier on our volunteer team of writers to concentrate and focus on one big blog.
Where in the hell did October go!? Lol. Tomorrow is Halloween, then October is off the books. Before you know it, it’s Thanksgiving and Christmas, then 2015 is here. Wow. If you haven’t been keeping up, gay history month is this month, and every day a new gay icon is highlighted.
I’m taking in WordCamp San Francisco this weekend via live stream. I attended the 2-day WordPress developer conference back in 2010 live and in person. I got to hear WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg speak as the keynote and I was very impressed and walked away feeling pretty inspired about all things WP. This year I opted to give the live streaming option a try and kicked off my two-day WP semi-binge in some comfy sweats with a cup of hot coffee! I heart the web. Click the link below to read my thoughts about the first talk I attended.
So gay marriage is humming right along in the state of Arizona. The reactions, as you could expect, are emotional and intense. I was enjoying some of them this morning over my morning cup of coffee!
Another victory for love! If you haven’t heard a federal judge declared that Arizona’s ban on same sex marriage unconstitutional.