Italy Willing To Open Tehran Embassy To Protesters

Posted by Alex On June - 21st - 2009

Italy is willing to open its embassy in Tehran to wounded protesters in coordination with other European nations, the Italian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Monday.

Quick Guide To Twittering The Iran Revolution

Posted by Alex On June - 21st - 2009

A how to guide to twittering about the Iranian election crisis.

Iran-50 Cities Had More Votes Than Voters

Posted by Alex On June - 22nd - 2009

In 50 Iranian cities the number of votes cast in this month presidential election exceeded the number of eligible voters, the state's election watchdog admitted today. The surprising admission by the Guardian Council was, however, designed to undermine the claims of the defeated candidates that the vote was rigged.

Iran-Faces Of The Basij

Posted by Alex On June - 20th - 2009

Images of the Iranian Basij

Next Stop - Civil Disobedience

Posted by Jaime On June - 19th - 2009

On Tuesday, Savage Love columnist and podcaster Dan Savage wrote an interesting article addressing how queer Americans should approach the Obama administration's repugnant avoidance of campaign-trail promises.

Public Gay Book Burning

Posted by Alex On June - 17th - 2009

A Christian group called the CCLU is trying to have a gay book publicly burned.

List of Journalist and Politicians Detained in Iran

Posted by Alex On June - 21st - 2009

An unconfirmed list of the reporters, bloggers and politicians being detained in Iran.

Focus On The Family Lies

Posted by Alex On June - 18th - 2009

Truth Wins Out Catches Focus On The Family In A Lie

1st Gay Pride

Posted by Alex On 11:42 PM

I am not totally sure if I will be going this year, but this summer could be my first gay pride ever. Like many of you already know, I live in small town Canada, which unfortunately means little gay pride, well none really. Of course, I am proud of who I am, but there is something liberating about attending a gay pride event. Unfortunately, the drive time to the nearest city means I would only be able to attend the pride parade, not the entire week of events I would like to. Either way, if I get to go this year, I hope to have one of the best times of my life so far. The Pride Festival in Saint John is still pretty small, but the fact that there is even a festival in New Brunswick, Canada amazes me. I think a nice pride event would be the charge I need for my run down batteries. The parade isn’t until near the end of August, but I think it’s a go, so unless something comes up, I’ll be there and I’ll take lots of pictures so you can come with me. 

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