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You Say You Want a Revolution?

Posted: 6th November 2017 by Robyn Jane in hypocrisy, justice, LGBTQ rights, rants
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Reading the November 2017 issue of The Empty Closet caused—as it usually does—me to experience mixed emotions. Joy, because of the stories about adoption and other loving family issues, and fear because my own government refuses to recognize my right to even exist . Having grown up in the ‘50s and ‘60s, I bought into […]

I used to think that it was axiomatic that striving for equality meant equality for everyone. Lately I’ve been shown how wrong I was in my thinking. • ITEM: The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has just endorsed Hillary Clinton for president. The frightening thing about this is that the Human Rights Campaign has never represented […]

It’s All Over But The Shouting

Posted: 27th June 2015 by Robyn Jane in justice, marriage equality, religion
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Shane Crone, left, and Diane Wiltshire take a photo in celebrationof the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on same-sex marriage inWashington, D.C. Friday, June 26, 2015. Mark that date on your calendar. That’s the day the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) handed down its historic ruling that, in accordance with Article XIV of the […]