As the month of June is now upon us and our city raises the gay pride flag over City Hall as a symbol of support and acknowledgement of its forward social justice policies for LGBT people I find myself pondering the significance of Pride festivities, although a lot of fun, what is it really doing [...]
Red signs have begun to fade from Facebook profiles, replaced by lives and events for our friends to share. The fervor and minute dissection of the Supreme Court’s momentous task this past Tuesday and Wednesday leaves me to wonder what is the true definition of reason and intellect. The Supreme court’s role as final arbiter [...]
Sitting poolside at one of the largest lesbian events – The Dinah – in Palm Springs, California, I struck up a conversation with a woman who was soaking her feet in the pool. I’m sure she was grateful for the warmth like many of us there who came to feel the sun and enjoy [...]
About CharleneCharlene Strong is an advocate for social justice and marriage equality, she is the subject of the award-winning documentary for my wife… She lives in Seattle, Washington.