One New Year’s resolution that will make you feel great is to plan your charitable giving for the year. Whether it’s being asked to donate a dollar at the grocery store checkout line or the national disaster telethon, no one likes feeling guilty when they’re pressured for a donation and if you have a giving … More Plan your giving for the new year
Hi. My name is Ann. I grew up gay in Texas in the 1980’s. It wasn’t easy but I made it through. And I’m here to tell you that it gets better. I always knew I was different. I was absolutely wired this way. My first crush was on a girl named Dena when I … More It Gets Better
One of the strangest parts of buying a house in Redmond is the implied finality of giving up on Capitol Hill as my home. The reason I came to Seattle in the first place was because like Vassar, my current home at the time, it was known as a gay refuge. I’d read about it … More The sad decline of Capitol Hill as a gay mecca
When I was a little girl… ok, when I was 22 😛 – I saw my first pride parade led by Dykes on Bikes. If you’ve never seen this phenomenon, it’s a goose-bump inducing start to the parade, with scads of women of all shapes and sizes riding VERY BIG VERY LOUD bikes down the … More I rode in the Pride Parade – I can die happy.
Hilarious! I’ll admit to doing something similar when a right wing religious site used photos I had up of the gay pride parade to illustrate the coming apocalypse. It’s just too easy… McCain’s staff used his template, but didn’t give Davidson credit. Worse, he says, they use images that are on his server, meaning he has to pay … More John McCain’s MySpace Page “Enhanced”
Wow. I can’t believe the experience I have had today. I had never been to the capital before and I just keep thinking about it and it just blows me away how I could just walk right in and be such a close witness to the political process. To watch as 30 years of work … More If I’d known I’d meet the Governor I would have worn a nicer shirt.