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The bitterness and vitriol filling LGBT attacks on the Democrats must come to an end, replaced by a respectful and actionable solutions-based agenda.
Let it be known that the GLBT community is no longer interested in being pals with the powerful or having the famous tell us we are fabulous -- unless it leads to action.
Whatever church those people do go to, they are taught hate and fear, not the Christian love I grew up with. They both hate gays and fear them.
Where are the GLBT prophets who call us all to account? If it is true that denying marriage to gays is a moral deficiency, why haven't gay leaders framed it that way?
As disappointing as the Maine defeat was, the real disappointment actually resulted from the shrill reactionary tactics employed by many within the Marriage Equality movement.
The real colorful dream of this country is not about a mythical Camelot but a real land of second-chances, a land of reinvention and fresh opportunity.
While the Obama administration blames their dallying on the press or the political situation, they should be reminded that that didn't stop Johnson.
The Democratically-controlled Congress talks a good game to get LGBT votes and money -- but they don't have much to show for LGBT loyalty.
I am stunned that Obama has so flagrantly forgotten, despite being a constitutional scholar, that equality is the first core founding principle of this country.
The historic Democratic National Convention is over but one question remains: what the hell happened to the gays?
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