I am very sad for men and women trapped in any relationship where there is cruelty, dominance, inequity. I long for the liberation of all people.
I believe people who practice their beliefs in daily life are activists.
I meet so many people, but I don't know anybody.
If black people mistrust white people, they are mistrusting racism, and that is appropriate.
People in power need to control others in order to maintain power. One of the ways to do that is to take that which is threatening and demonize it.
The more confident one becomes, the less one needs all people to be the same.
There are brilliant out lesbians and gay men and bisexuals and transgendered people and heterosexuals keeping the fire of change alive. Not a day goes by when I don't feel grateful to them for their work.
Young people discovering their sexuality must know they walk with a strong tradition and that they are not alone. They have a right to information without being pressured.
Life is way better than TV. I recommend it to anyone who has forgotten they have one.
We gave up having a TV last year. I am out of the loop. Life is way better than TV. I recommend it to anyone who has forgotten they have one.
It is a full time job being honest one moment at a time, remembering to love, to honor, to respect. It is a practice, a discipline, worthy of every moment.
One disco, one soft ball game, one lost love, one gay pride rally at a time.
If one is desperate for love, I suggest looking at one's friends and family and see if love is all around. If not, get a new set of friends, a new family.
The building of friendship, family, community and love is complicated. We are so isolated in this country, no longer supported by tribes and villages.
The state and the church seldom approve of anything I do. I don't need their approval. I don't aspire to the heterosexual nuclear family model.