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“They can pass a law to say anything, but reality gets to bat last.”
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. . So here’s the latest story that is has been making the rounds: A transgender man made a bold move on Friday during an extravagant White House reception in honor of LGBT Pride Month: he dropped down on one … Continue reading
I got a couple of very polite responses from a commenter named “Max” on my post the other day about Dan Savage’s speech in Seattle a couple of weeks ago. My response to one of his comments started getting rather long, … Continue reading