Bil Browning

Ready. Set. Roundup!

Filed By Bil Browning | December 24, 2007 2:45 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: amendment, award winning, Bill Richardson, Equality Forum, Gay-Straight Alliance, GSA, Mitch Daniels, SJR-7, support networks

Hey now, Projectors! You didn't think we'd leave you without plenty of online content to digest over the holidays, did you? What else should we be reading?

  • The Equality Forum announced they will be giving presidential candidate Bill Richardson their "International Role Model Award." The Governor won't receive the award until May - long after the major primary season.
  • This inspiring piece from the New York Times features several gay kids building support networks. We take care of our own, don't we? There's safety in numbers.
  • Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels: "As a believer in traditional marriage and a supporter of the law we have on the books now, I agree with the idea of protecting it against some creative judicial ruling in the future."
  • Hey, did you hear the latest rumors?

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Bil, thanks for the link to the story about the LGBTQ youth conference. When I was running the youth program in Long Beach, I was really amazed by the young people I was blessed to work with. I never would have had the courage to come out in high school, let alone start a GSA at my predominantly Mormon high school. Then again, if I had something like the Pride Works conference, maybe I would have had the courage. Who knows? Anyway . . . it's so important that our youth have resources like this to find one another so they know that they're not alone.

As for the article about Huckabee claiming that Mormons believe that Jesus & Satan are brothers . . . they do.