“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: November 2014
My friend Bervin is a retired serviceman who has helped Teresa and me in our assorted yards in the houses we’ve lived in for the fourteen years we’ve been living together. I’m not sure how old he is…my guess is … Continue reading
This past summer we visited Flannery O’Connor’s home at Andalusia Farms outside of Milledgeville, Georgia. It was my kind of place – her mother’s old dairy barn, Flannery’s peacock coop, a small frame house where their caretakers lived, and a … Continue reading