Musings of an Aging Lesbian Yesterday, as we continued south to Palm Springs, we stopped (and stayed) at the home of one of my old college roommates, Bobbi. We saw one another every now and then over the years, the last time being 20 year ago. Bobbi is the very first person to whom I
Rudyard Kipling said: If history were taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten. The snippets of LGBTQ history here are the stories of our lives, the stories of the giants on whose shoulders we all stand. Learn about them then tell the stories and remember… because knowing your history IS resistance! Thanks
Learning our history IS resistance! Thanks for taking this journey with me. Now go write your story! Today in LGBT History – NOVEMBER 5 1513, Panama – Spanish conquistador Vasco Nunez de Balboa discovers a community of cross-dressing males in present-day Panama and, according to reports, feeds at least 40 of them to his dogs.
The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was their final, most essential command. His heart sank as he thought of the enormous power arrayed against him, the ease with which any Party intellectual would overthrow him in debate, the subtle arguments which he would not be able to
Today I visited with my daughter. Our conversation was so delightful, so real, and filled with mutual love and respect. I’m so proud of the woman that she is, and I’m thrilled that she’s become a student affairs professional on a major college campus. Way to go, my precious daughter! Today in LGBT History –