Young Ladies Wear One Thing...
From Rox Populi - the latest in the Kelli Davis saga:
"Last night, Clay County Superintendent David Owens upheld the decision to ban Kelli Davis' photo from her HS yearbook because she wore a tux instead of a swath of cloth that barely covered her chest.
"Clay County resident James Stewart offered his opinion on the matter to local reporters:
"Young ladies wear one thing and young men wear something else. If you choose not to do that, you're out of line"
Want to say a few words to the Principal who started it all? try this email address: email@example.com
Saturday, February 26, 2005
Young Ladies Wear One Thing...
Monday, February 21, 2005
The New York Times > Arts > Television > 'Simpsons' Animates Gay Nuptials
Listen, I'm as happy as the next person that Patty Bouvier has come out ... but what is it with the cartoon characters?
Honest to god, you'd never know there are actual human beings who are gay.
Friday, February 18, 2005
Probably Not Coming Soon in Ebooks
The Lamba Award Finalists have been announced
"The Lambda Literary Foundation announced finalists Tuesday for the 17th annual Lambda Literary Awards, celebrating achievements in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender literature for books published in 2004. The awards will be presented in New York on June 2. Two new categories--Gay Men's Debut Fiction and Lesbian Debut Fiction--were added this year, and the honorees in each category will receive a $1,000 honorarium."
Lesbian Debut Fiction: Crybaby Butch by Judith Frank, Firebrand Books; Death by Discount by Mary Vermillion, Alyson Publications; Dish It Up, Baby! by Kristie Helms, Firebrand Books; Fire & Brimstone by Laurinda D. Brown, Strebor Books; Minus One: A Twelve-Step Journey by Bridget Bufford, The Haworth Press
Lesbian Fiction: A Seahorse Year by Stacey D'erasmo, Houghton Mifflin; Abundant Light by Valerie Miner, Michigan State University Press; Life Mask by Emma Donoghue, Harcourt; Skels by Maggie Dubris, Soft Skull Press; Venus of Chalk by Susan Stinson, Firebrand Books
Lesbian Mystery: An Intimate Ghost by Ellen Hart, St. Martin's Minotaur; Commitment to Die by Jennifer Jordan, Bean Pole Books; Death by Discount by Mary Vermillion, Alyson Publications; Hancock Park by Katherine V. Forrest, Berkley Prime Crime/Penguin Group USA; The Wombat Strategy by Claire McNab, Alyson Publications
Romance: All the Wrong Places by Karin Kallmaker, Bella Books; Almost Like Being in Love by Steven Kluger, Harper Collins; Confessions of a Casanova by Chris Kenry, Kensington Books; Gulf Breeze by Gerri Hill, Bella Books; Under the Witness Tree by Marianne Martin, Bywater Books
John Negroponte - A Little Torture Never Hurt Anyone
Before Alberto Gonzales began hogging the spotlight as Mr Torture USA, there was John Negropnte, now the nominee for National intelligence Director.
Kinda makes me proud to be an American
Tuesday, February 15, 2005
CNN.com - CNN Commentary: 'Buster' and the lesbians - Feb 15, 2005
Buster makes it to CNN - she's very happy.
"Of course, no child watching this episode is any more likely to be brainwashed into becoming gay than into copying Buster and growing rabbit ears.
"The danger, such as it is, lies elsewhere. The episode's two couples -- Karen and Gillian, and their friends Tracy and Gina -- come across as perilously likable people and loving parents. They're awfully hard to distinguish from acceptable folks. It might be tricky, then, to convince a child who's "exposed to the lifestyles portrayed in this episode" that these women should be demonized for being who they are."
Golly gee willikers.
And just for the record, Buster does not have rabbit ears. The TV, however, has been sadly influenced by the 4th season rabid rabbit on Xena. It cancelled its subscription to cable and sprouted rabbit ears.
Buster, however, after a brief flirtation with rabbit ears, decided to keep her cute dog ears.
Saturday, February 12, 2005
Thursday, February 10, 2005
If you're an American, this is done in your name. Learn about it, then end it.
Cybook to Add eReader
From Teleread comes news that Cybook is going to offer an upgrade to its software that will add eReader to the e-book software list, as well as a reader that can display unencrypted PDF
That's good news for those of us who prefer eReader.
This dedicated ebook reader shows alot of promise - including a (reportedly) excellent, 10" color display. The downside? Price (an unbelievable $738.00) and OS (WinCE 3.0). At those prices, you might as well go the whole hog and buy a real computer
Sunday, February 06, 2005
Fictionwise eBooks Sale
"Big Valentine's Day Sale!
Love is in the air! From now through February 17th, all Romance and Erotica eBooks are discounted 20%!"
If you've been meaning to buy those sleazy books from Renaissance E Books/Sizzler, now's the time. Weird lesbian bondage is 20% off...
Saturday, February 05, 2005
Free Audio Book from Fictionwise
Are you a Sherlock Holmes fan? This week Fictionwise is offering The Amateur Mendicant Society [From the New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes] an MP3 Audio Book, for free.
Friday, February 04, 2005
Buster Sends a Postcard from New York
(New York City) A New York State court ruled Friday that same-sex couples must be allowed to marry.
State Supreme Court Judge Doris Ling-Cohan said that the New York State Constitution guarantees basic freedoms to lesbian and gay people, and that those rights are violated when same-sex couples are not allowed to marry.
The ruling said the state Constitution requires same-sex couples to have equal access to marriage, and that the couples represented by Lambda Legal must be given marriage licenses.
"This is a historic ruling that delivers the state Constitution's promise of equality to all New Yorkers," said Susan Sommer, Supervising Attorney at Lambda Legal and the lead attorney on the case.
"The court recognized that unless gay people can marry, they are not being treated equally under the law. Same-sex couples need the protections and security marriage provides, and this ruling says they're entitled to get them the same way straight couples do."
Read more here
Tuesday, February 01, 2005
CWA Applauds Education Secretary Spellings for Busting 'Buster'
In today's Buster news, we discover that, " 'Parents don't want their children homosexualized in the name of 'education,' Knight said."
I'm quite intrigued by the concept of "homosexualizing." Let's do it!