Category Archives: Advocacy

To the contrary Mr. Delgaudio, please keep talking

Here’s our follow up to the Loudoun Times-Mirror article exposing the “Public Advocate” hate letter that the Weekly Standard and Pruden & Politics, both conservative media outlets, apologized for allowing to slip through their respective vetting processes. Both Equality Loudoun … Continue reading

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Symposium on Bullying in Schools

This will be an excellent program that would benefit all with an interest in Loudoun County Public Schools. Please encourage those you know to attend. Saturday, February 4, 2012, 2:00-4:00 pm Silver Spring Civic Building One Veterans Plaza Silver Spring, … Continue reading

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Prejudice is not a Realtor(tm) value

Can you imagine if a Loudoun Realtor were to argue that they were helping home buyers make an “informed decision” regarding their home purchase by mouthing derogatory slurs about African-Americans and Jews, and complaining that the local government has required … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Loudoun Out Loud! Gay Men’s Chorus to perform February 3rd in Sterling

Friday February 3rd, 7:30pm Unitarian Universalists of Sterling 22135 Davis Drive, #104 Sterling VA 20164 (map) (Requested donation of $5.00-$10.00) The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington DC will perform an outreach concert to celebrate the one year anniversary of Loudoun … Continue reading

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Telling the truth

For those who say things like “I could care less about what gays do. I’m just sick and tired of hearing about gay rights, etc.”, who don’t understand that full participation in society is not a special right, who for … Continue reading

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On exceptions to “all”

Students, all students, should feel safe at school. All students should be protected from bullying. Comedian Keith Deltano demonstrates that the interpretation of “all” can carry exceptions, and that those exceptions can be made invisible through omission. In October 2011, Deltano … Continue reading

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“Any reason”

Here’s an interesting bill introduced by Delegate Jim LeMunyon (R-67): (HB 613) Public employment; nondiscrimination. Prohibits discrimination in public employment based on race, color, religion, political affiliation, national origin, sex, age, disability, or any other reason except reasons related to … Continue reading

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