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.
So I’m definitely in a foul mood this morning. The full reality of losing the Senate to the Republicans last night hasn’t set in but I’m in hurry to wrap my brains around that at the moment. On the lighter side of the gay universe I wanted to shout out and remind everyone that openly gay, and QL-darling, Matt Bomer is making his 6th and final season debut as Neal Caffrey in White Collar tomorrow night on the USA Network.
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
We are happy to announce and proud to report that we have a new local sponsor for our San Francisco page starting today! Dr. John W. Wilson, M.D. has his own private practice in Daly City and has officially come on board as a financial supporter of the new Queer Networks.
At the end of the season last year, Jason Collins did an extremely brave thing and came out of the closet. Since coming out he has been a free agent, ready to be picked up by a team. Now, almost five months into the regular season, his time as a free agent came to an end when the Brooklyn Nets, who have been struggling all season, signed him to a 10 day contract!
So I started watching Brooklyn Nine-Nine last week and I was mildly impressed with the pilot episode. I was further intrigued when they introduced the precinct captain as an out gay man. I just finished the sixth episode and the last three episodes haven’t been nearly as interesting, funny, as the first three.