Daniel Villarreal

Daniel Villarreal


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Daniel Villarreal has been a Project Contributor since February 2012, has written 15 entries and currently lives in Dallas, Texas.

Bio

Daniel Villarreal is a writer from Dallas, Texas who has written for Queerty, Metro Weekly, The Dallas Voice and The Austin Chronicle.

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Big Wigs & Pink Pigs: London World Pride 2012 [Photos]

Filed by Daniel Villarreal | July 15, 2012 | 11:30 AM | comments

Couldn't make it to the 2012 London World Pride march? Not to worry, love. We've got your camp tramps, muscle studs and glory gals in pictures right here. God save the queens!Read More


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Reuben Lack's Tweaked Plan For LGBT Prom Royalty

Filed by Daniel Villarreal | March 24, 2012 | 4:00 PM | comments

Alpharetta High School student body president Reuben Lack suggested that his school drop the "prom king and queen" labels to make the dance more inclusive of same-sex couples... but his plans needs a tweak in order to still include straights.Read More


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In Defense of Tyler Clementi's Roommate, Dharun Ravi

Filed by Daniel Villarreal | March 15, 2012 | 9:00 AM | comments

You may want Dharun Ravi to pay dearly for the suicide of Tyler Clementi, but would anyone even care if Clementi hadn't killed himself? Not likely.Read More


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Exposing the Idiocy of 'Stop SB48' Through Video

Filed by Daniel Villarreal | March 05, 2012 | 9:00 AM | comments

In California, "Stop SB48" is collecting signatures to repeal the Fair Education Act and remove LGBT people from public school curriculum. But can we mount a successful video PSA campaign to stop them?Read More


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Will Maine AG William Schneider Ever Prosecute NOM?

Filed by Daniel Villarreal | March 03, 2012 | 9:00 AM | comments

The U.S. Supreme Court basically told the National Organization for Marriage that they have to follow Maine's campaign finance disclosure laws. But why should NOM, especially since the state attorney general probably won't prosecute them?Read More


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