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Bait and Switch

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The “Focus on the Family” website recently published a “news story” concerning the recent HRC report that discusses the increasing number of major corporations adding gender identity and expression into workplace non-discrimination policies. This supposed “news” piece starts out by saying “At first, it sounds reasonable – workplace equality for homosexuals. But prying under the…

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Letter To The Editor

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The following is a response to the article “Some won’t ‘get over’ Daniels, gays meeting” published in the Indianapolis Star on September 19, 2004. Micah Clark’s recent comments concerning the Daniels campaign meeting with Indiana GLBT leaders lead one to believe that Mitch Daniels has something to hide. As one of the people in attendance,…

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Democratic Dirty Tricks in Indiana Gubernatorial Race

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In a stunning display of dirty politics, the Indiana Democratic party has been caught in a regrettable game of gay-baiting. Local activists have learned the Indiana Democratic Party sent emails attempting to alert Republican lawmakers and conservative groups of efforts to court the LGBT vote by Republican Gubernatorial candidate Mitch Daniels. Daniels, former White House…

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Transphobic Washington Blade Op-Ed

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In response to the Op-Ed that ran in the Washington Blade I sent the following response: Chris, have you ever heard of transphobia? Transphobia is defined as a “fear or loathing of transgender/transsexual people and refers to the values and behaviors that express this fear or loathing.” This fear you have of being “trans-jacked” isn’t…

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Open Letter To Cheryl Jacques

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Dear President Cheryl Jacques, Irony is the only word I can use to describe the recent release from the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) titled “New HRC Guide Helps Employer’s Create Fair Policies For Transgender Staff.” You said “This tool will help managers ensure that transgender employees are valued for the job they do, not devalued…

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SONDA Revisted

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On December 17th, 2002, the Sexual Orientation Non-Discrimination Act (SONDA) passed the New York Senate by a 34-26 vote and was signed into law. The bill that was signed into law did not include transgender people. The Executive Director of the Empire State Pride Agenda, Matt Foreman, stated, “We would be playing with fire. I…

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