“I think the truth is if you really care about the quality of somebody’s life as much as you care about the quality of your own, you have it made.”
SOUTHERN PERSPECTIVES ON THE QUEER MOVEMENT: COMMITTED TO HOMECollection of essays by South Carolina activists on the development of the LGBTQ movementDecember 5th, 201770 days to go.
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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Ok, so I promised to include new material not in I’ll Call It Like I See It – yet! Here’s a fresh story hot off the presses…hope you enjoy. SALLY AND CHANCE – AN UNUSUAL LOVE STORY … Continue reading
“Are you looking for Selma?” someone asked. I turned around to see an attractive, young Latino woman with a name tag indicating she worked in the assisted-living facility where my mother lived. She smiled at me. “Yes,” … Continue reading
A Thousand Miles From South Carolina.
The temperature in the waiting room was cool as I signed the doctor’s daily appointment register at the front desk. I was number eight on the afternoon’s sign-in sheet. I looked at the line across from my name, and … Continue reading