Living: March 2006

Reposting

Filed by Scott Barnes | March 28, 2006 | 2:12 PM | comments

Bil saw this on my blog this afternoon and liked it so much that he asked me to post it over here, too. It doesn't have much to do with gay stuff (unless you count the sentence about the blowjob),...Read More


The 23rd Qualm

Filed by Annette Gross | March 24, 2006 | 11:35 PM | comments

George Bush is my shepherd; I dwell in want. He maketh logs to be cut in national forests. He leadeth trucks into the still wilderness. He restoreth my fears. He leadeth me in the paths of international disgrace for...Read More


THIS IS WHY WE'RE FIGHTING????

Filed by Annette Gross | March 24, 2006 | 10:31 PM | comments

I don't know what to say - I just don't know what to say....... Annette Could I Be More American Right Now? by Mary Katharine Ham March 24, 2006 10:26 AM PST I just got back from a rally...Read More


Inny or an Outy?

Filed by Michele O'Mara | March 17, 2006 | 10:25 PM | comments

Are you an Inny or an Outy? And I'm not talking about belly buttons. When it comes to successful gay and lesbian relationships it is essential to address not only what is going on inside of your relationship, but to...Read More


Why Doesn't This Feel Empowering?

Filed by Bruce Parker | March 17, 2006 | 12:03 PM | comments

Becoming active in LGBT politics in Indiana was largely a mistake. I had just moved here from Yellow Springs, OH and was interested in becoming more involved in the queer or transgender social scenes. Having recently just broken up with...Read More


Bloomington considers gender identity language

Filed by Bil Browning | March 16, 2006 | 6:47 PM | comments

The Bloomington City Council will hopefully add "gender identity" to the local human rights ordinance. I notice that the main stumbling block seems to be the city's human rights commission director. The director was less than helpful during my sexual...Read More


A more in-depth hello

Filed by Jennifer Wagner | March 15, 2006 | 5:28 PM | comments

Now that the legislative session is officially over, let me take a moment to introduce myself as the newest member of the Bilerico blogger group. By day, I'm the Communications Director for the Indiana Democratic Party. By night, I'm a...Read More


Springtime is here!

Filed by Bil Browning | March 13, 2006 | 10:26 AM | comments

As I sit here waiting on Jerame to get up this morning, I can look out the window at all the rain coming down. Normally, the rain makes me a little depressed - it gets so dark and gloomy and...Read More


Jewish Panel Delays a Vote on Gay Issues

Filed by Annette Gross | March 11, 2006 | 11:50 PM | comments

It seems like they're sitting on the fence. If anyone wants to contact Rabbi Abelson, Chairman of the Law Committee, to help him along, you can e-mail him in care of Rabbi Joel H. Meyers, Executive Vice-President of the Rabbinical...Read More


Ex-Sex

Filed by Michele O'Mara | March 11, 2006 | 2:34 PM | comments

Question: So my question is about relationships ending and moving on. I am about to go spend four days with an ex-boyfriend (who I thought was my life partner). He is a transguy who I am very much still in...Read More


Just Ask

Filed by Michele O'Mara | March 10, 2006 | 12:16 PM | comments

Seek first to understand, then to be understood. For whatever reason, that is what came to mind when I asked myself, "how I should use this blog space?" I figure if you have found your way to my blog it...Read More


Another one for us!!!!

Filed by Bil Browning | March 04, 2006 | 1:15 AM | comments

I am proud to be a member of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America. This organization is the largest women's, largest Zionist, and largest Jewish membership organization in the United States, with over 300,000 members. In Israel, it supports...Read More


In Memoriam: Octavia E. Butler

Filed by Ellen Andersen | March 03, 2006 | 1:13 PM | comments

The LGBT community suffered another great loss last week when Octavia E. Butler died at age 58. What? You've never heard of her? That's probably due to the way we segregate literature. You see, Butler had two strikes against her:...Read More