“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 2013
The sun was a gigantic circle of intense bright light as I walked on Old Plantersville Road tonight and the colors in the sky surrounding it took my breath away. They were all that – and then some. No camera … Continue reading
As most of you know, I’ve had the unique opportunity of living off and on for the past three and a half years in the little town of Montgomery, Texas which is eighteen miles from Richards, the town where I was … Continue reading
Courage does not always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, “I will try again tomorrow.” Curse you Mary Anne Radmacher for coming up with words so memorable they are reproduced on a … Continue reading
I think I see me at the Peachtree Rock Preserve We each have our own places that remind us of who we are – or who we would like to be. Water does it for some people. Lakes. Rivers. Oceans. We … Continue reading