Monthly Archives: February 2010

Unclear on the concept?

UPDATE: I have just learned that the Montgomery showerheads are continuing their disgusting attacks. Like Mr. Delgaudio, they are guilty of something akin to blood libel. Such people will be held accountable by history. To the left is a handout … Continue reading

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No medal for you, pal

Meh. I’m going to have to give this performance a low score. Described to me as “classic Gozé,” it’s essentially the same program he performed four (okay, five) years ago; for crying out loud, at least come up with a … Continue reading

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“Controversy” over county hiring policy based on merit takes turn for the pathetic

The grandstanding continues. In a completely unsurprising development, anti-gay ideologue Delegate Bob “Virginia’s Chief Homophobe” Marshall has requested an opinion from anti-gay ideologue AG Ken Cuccinelli on the Board of Supervisor’s amendment to our county Equal Employment Opportunity policy. Mr. … Continue reading

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Loudoun Officials Join Panel on Gay Rights

Getting this Loudoun Independent article up after the fact – if you attended the program yesterday, please tell us how it went. Nationwide ‘Standing on the Side of Love’ Day to Advocate for Equality for Everyone February 10, 2010 By … Continue reading

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Church To Host Panel On LGBT Issues

Leesburg Today February 12 By Erika Jacobson Moore Two Unitarian Universalist congregations in Loudoun are coming together this Valentine’s Day to give voice to the subject of civil rights for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender citizens, and the panel will … Continue reading

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Standing on the Side of Love

We are boldly standing on the side of love in the face of fear. On February 14th, Loudoun County will be one of over 80 communities across the nation holding a Re-imagining Valentines Day event. Especially after the damage and … Continue reading

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