Monthly Archives: January 2011

Where’s our human rights advocate?

Where are you, Frank Wolf? Sometimes, when I suggest that you share the opinion of my humanity held by the likes of Dick Black, Sideshow Bob, and our professional bigot in Sterling, I’m told that no, you are a champion … Continue reading

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Compare and contrast

Dont forget, tomorrow: Loudoun Out Loud kickoff, celebrating the new monthly Loudoun PFLAG support groups, Sunday January 23, 4-6 pm. The organizers want RSVPs; if you haven’t done so elsewhere, leave it in comments and I’ll forward it. I was … Continue reading

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No bears to poke

Loudoun Out Loud Kickoff: Sunday, Jan. 23, 4-6 p.m. Unitarian Universalists of Sterling 22135 Davis Dr. in Sterling. A bit of background: As recently as 2005, some members of the Loudoun County School Board were discussing a policy that would … Continue reading

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“Black and ‘Queer’ in America” in Sterling

Screening and discussion with co-director/producer/editor Dr. Wendi Manuel-Scott Friday, January 14 at 7:30 Unitarian Universalists of Sterling 22135 Davis Drive, Sterling VA 20167 Black and “Queer” in America is a mini-documentary that examines the complexity and intersectionality of race, gender … Continue reading

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