Deja Vu All Over Again: The New Wave of Anti-LGBTQ+ Attacks

I'm happy to have gained quite a few new subscribers here lately — Welcome! — but this "Facebook Sidebar" is not my main blog. For those interested I thought I'd post a cross-reference here to the latest essay on my Just Sayin' Now blog: Deja Vu All Over Again: The New Wave of Anti-LGBTQ+ Attacks. … Continue reading Deja Vu All Over Again: The New Wave of Anti-LGBTQ+ Attacks

Two Articles on Defense of Trans Youth

These two articles of interest crossed my Apple News feed today. First, a group of LGBT lawmakers are organizing to provide refuge to trans youth who are caught in the crosshairs of a coordinated national onslaught of repressive new bills and laws. Many are verbatim word-for-word duplicates of each other. ◼︎ These LGBTQ lawmakers want … Continue reading Two Articles on Defense of Trans Youth

Masks, Ukraine, Russia, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Burkina Faso & Thomas Sankara

I guess I was on a roll today. I posted a number of things on Facebook that I think warrant repeating here. Post #1:Ukrainian "Holocaust by Bullets" For the past few years we’ve been hearing people decry the tyranny of mask requirements and social distancing, equating them with the Holocaust. Such outcry by people living … Continue reading Masks, Ukraine, Russia, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Burkina Faso & Thomas Sankara

Two Republican Governors Stand Up Against the Wave of Anti-Transgender Bigotry

The LGBT community is being driven back to the 1970s, or beyond, with anti-transgender bigotry being exploited as justification. Republican-led state legislatures have introduced almost 240 anti-LGBT bills in just the first three months of this year — the most ever in history. Half these bills specifically attack transgender people, particularly transgender youth, their parents, … Continue reading Two Republican Governors Stand Up Against the Wave of Anti-Transgender Bigotry