It’s Ally Week this week! We are incredibly thankful to all of our allies in the LGBT community. Thank you for loving us, for supporting us, and for fighting with us for our rights.
Gay geeks: Did you noticed Mashable’s flashy and controversial headline involving Facebook’s participation in Spirit Day?
Zachary Quinto came out of the closet, citing teen’s death for his decision.
Are you a gay geek? If so, you might find the gay agenda at NY Comic Con interesting.
San Diego State will be the first California State University to offer LGBT Studies as a major. A sign that the job market is improving? We think so.
Help Bilerico with their research on social media and the LGBT community.
We usually don’t like to report these things as we can see it being used to promote the crazy “Gays want to make everyone gay ‘agenda’” by the homophobes, but sometimes we just have to. We in the LGBT community are just like everyone else in the larger heterosexual community; there’s good and bad in everyone, no matter what your gender and sexual orientation.
Joke of the Week
Three coworkers were discussing politics at a bar. One was gay, and two were straight. The straight white man asks, “So what kind of an agenda do homophobes think gay people have?”
The gay female responds, “Oh, you know, the usual: They think we’re trying to make everyone else gay. The oh no, the gays are taking over the world and tempting us all to sin! type of thing.”
The straight white man puts down his glass and asks, “You mean to say that’s not true? I know for a fact that Blacks have been trying to turn everyone else black for years!”
The straight black woman then say, “Yeah, it’s true: the evidence is in the tanning salons.”
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JT is originally from San Francisco, CA. She graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a degree in psychology, focusing primarily on gender and sexuality research. Seeking a change in 2008, she moved to Chicago, and what a change it has been! Currently, she works for a nationally renowned magazine publishing company. During her off hours, she can been seen walking and yelping about various Chicago neighborhoods. JT identifies as queer and bisexual, and she is currently dating a straight man. She has an unapologetic love for civil rights, whether it’d be for racial, gender, sexual, or political socioeconomic equality. On weekends, she volunteers with Howard Brown Health Center to promote safe sex in Boystown.