Kesha's brother Sage wrote parts of "Safe" after the Parkland massacre.
“I hope that we can put hatred and greed to rest and become a benevolent and trusting and kind society.”
This week I talked with Michael Adams, Chief Executive Officer of Services & Advocacy for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Elders which is the country's largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of LGBT older adults founded in 1978 and headquartered in New York City.
When it comes to food I have strong opinions on what I like and what I don't. Actually this pertains to all aspects of my life; there is just no time for wishy washy in-betweens.
"As a Black trans woman, the Charlotte ordinance gave me protection and the freedom of knowing that I have the right to enter the same spaces and go to the same things as every law abiding citizen in the state of North Carolina."
Even so, in order to show respect to these conventional usages in the Anglophone tradition, and especially to my readers, I will occasionally include these replaced words within brackets as necessary.
LISTEN: I've always been committed to this cause. I've been involved in LGBT activism for decades and on various issues but
So many of our seniors live alone, compared to heterosexual seniors. This situation can create many kinds of health disparities: falls, depression, increased substance abuse, poor nutrition. Our LGBTQ elders need connections to other people who can provide socialization and reduce isolation.
There is some good news. There is one group of people out there feeling successful and optimistic, even in the midst of all these alarming events. Who are these naïve, yet hearty souls?