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willow love scene FF overview 1024x1024Found this fun lesbian-friendly card and wanted to share!  More choices available on their website...  Kudos, Love Pop!

https://www.lovepopcards.com/products/willow-love-scene-same-sex-female-3d-card

 

 

Last Updated on Friday, 10 February 2017 12:00

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How Cool Is This?? Gotham decked out with Pride!

C2oAV4aXgAMe WHIt's official: Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy are a couple!
Article by Marissa Higgins, DailyDot.com

If you’ve been holding out for iconic villains Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy to finally cement their relationship, you’ll be excited to know the wait is over. That’s right: After decades of the women’s same-sex relationship being hinted at, their relationship is finally discussed in the open in the new DC Comics: Bombshells issue

Of course, as die-hard fans of the couple already know, the two have actually already shared a kiss in Bombshells #42, out last year. In the latest rendition of the series, Bombshells #79, however, their relationship is a central plot point.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 26 January 2017 11:25

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Another Awesome Parent!

Dad Of First Male Maybelline Model Has Perfect Response To Bigoted Blogger - MUST READ!!

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/manny-gutierrez-homophobic-tweet_us_587e3c90e4b0aaa369429054

 

 

 

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 January 2017 13:39

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Looking Ahead to 2017

2017-logo2016 was a tumultuous year.  It brought us a divisive election, an unthinkable massacre in a Florida nightclub, an absurd bathroom bill in the state of North Carolina, an unfilled seat on the US Supreme Court, and much more.  There are hundreds of pieces of legislation in states all across America, whose sole purpose is to limit LGBT equality:  LGBT parents, spouses, families, employees, youth...  people.
 
It's true:  we're feeling unsettled.  Baffled.  Angry.
 
Yet it's important to remember that, as all years do, 2016 also brought us amazing gifts:  The opportunity to see a woman (one who believes openly in LGBT equality) have a real chance at the White House... the opportunity to hear our attorney general stand before us time and again with inspirational words of support for the LGBT minority... growing visibility for the trans- community in our nation...  the naming of Stonewall Inn, by President Obama, as the first national monument honoring LGBT history... the reality that speaker after speaker at the RNC attempted to mouth the words "LGBT" to begin showing that they, too, are beginning to frame an understanding of inclusion.
 
And it's also important to remember that the extreme divisiveness we witnessed this year inherently brings its own gifts, as long as we are willing to muscle through the effort of searching for them.  Clamoring to point out the differences between people is a sure way to also point out the similarities.  And those similarities can mark paths in the road ahead, toward a stronger and more inclusive sense of equality for everyone.
 
2017 will undoubtedly present rigorous challenges of its own.  Perhaps it will be our job to see through those challenges for the clarity and opportunities they'll bring to light.  Let's look for those, let's quest for them, let's explore them.  And with that clearer vision, claim what it is we want for our future.
 
-Marianne Puechl, co-founder & author / RainbowWeddingNetwork.com
www.MariannePuechl.com
 

Last Updated on Friday, 30 December 2016 12:56

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Kudos to Zales on their inclusivity!

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 December 2016 11:44

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