Tag Archives: homosexuality

Warwick University Rowing Club against homophobia (totally NSFW)

19 Dec

but also utterly brilliant!

This is all the more impressive when you consider that these kids are 18 to 21, an age in which homophobia and bullying are still forces to be reckoned with for young people.

Edit November 25, 2021: unsurprisingly, given the title of the post, it continues to get regular hits, eight years on. However, with the growing puritanical bent of all media, now it can only be watched directly on YouTube (worth the click). If you would like to learn more about the organization behind the naked rowers, here’s the wikipedia page, and how the group, now Worldwide Roar, describe their mission, all these years later.

Go, Warwick!

Brava, New Zealand, well done!

17 Apr

In New Zealand, under the law, the definition of marriage has changed. Marriage equality, a reality.
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Beloved

6 Apr


Jay and Bryan Leffew know love and the generosity it engenders. Their love is beautiful and their story so moving I’m left without words to share it.

I don’t always agree with them, but I don’t have to in order to admire their generosity and their commitment to family, equality and love.

Thank you for being who you are.

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Read their blog and watch their videos.

Why some heroines may need the power of the wang

28 Jan

Okay, long title for what probably be a rather short post and make little to no sense, but…whatever.

See, I’m still pondering the comments to the ménage books on sale, over at Dear Author, particularly the question of realistic triad relationships, as well as past conversations there on slut shaming. One of the things that strike me is the disdain with which many treat the power of the wang.

Let me explain…no, too long, let me sum it up:

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