Tag Archives: Bent Alaska
My power supply went out. Something’s begging for my attention. I’m pretty sure it’s me. Continue reading
After a period of relative silence, Anchorage Baptist Temple is now preparing to raise its head in public discussion on Proposition 5. ABT associate pastor Glenn Clary filed on February 21 with the Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) as chair of a new group called “Protect Your Freedoms Vote No on Prop 5.
Mel the reluctant political blogger is going to Netroots Nation after all — on full scholarship through the LGBT Netroots Connect initiative. Wanna know what I said on my scholarship application? Then read this post.
In the summer of 1978, two essays in a feminist anthology were all the info I had beyond the feelings of my own heart to let me know it was okay to be a lesbian. Today, the It Gets Better Project & similar projects are how LGBT elders can communicate the same message to isolated LGBT youth.
Today the Alaska Senate Judiciary Committee is hearing testimony on Senate Bill 11, the the Alaska Hate Crimes Act, “An Act relating to the commission of a crime when the defendant directed the conduct constituting the crime at the victim … Continue reading
I haven’t been writing many posts on Henkimaa lately, but I have been (1) writing on Bent Alaska; (2) organizing my writing; (3) writing; (4) thinking about writing posts on Henkimaa.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski didn’t exactly say she supported repeal of DADT. She just said she wouldn’t oppose it — so long as other conditions are met. But it’s something, at least. And there might just be enough votes to repeal DADT in December.
President Obama discussed Don’t Ask Don’t Tell in remarks yesterday morning after his post-election press conference on November 3, 2010.
A rundown of election results in Alaska & nationally affecting LGBT folks; originally written for Bent Alaska.