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Allegheny County Councilwoman Amanda Green will be attending the Big Queer Rally on Saturday to address the crowd about her proposed ordinance to extend civil protections in housing, employment and public accomodations to LGBTQ residents of Allegheny County. Good news. That makes the County (Green), City (Kraus) and the State (Wagner) heard from. Hopefully, our […]
Big Queer Rally — 6 days away. Are you ready? Got your signs? Pulled out your long johns in case it is chilly? Got your chant ready to go? Latest updates: Unfortunately, Lynn Cullen cannot attend but she sends her best wishes. On a bright note, State Representative Chelsa Wagner (and newlywed spouse of longtime […]
My name is Sue Kerr and I plan to keep on blogging. I know, I know. This comes as a great shock and will undoubtably send tidal waves plowing through the Burghosphere. Epic poems will be composed by the likes of Tony Norman, Sally Kalson and Mike Seate. Mighty political entities will tremble in their […]
Just received confirmation that City Councilman Bruce Kraus, Pittsburgh's first openly gay elected official, will be speaking at the rally on January 10 and addressing County Council on January 15. I also see the email notices starting to spiral out and about. I hope you have those dates circled on your calendar. We need you! […]
We caught her latest comedy show the other night. It was called “The Mentally Ill Comedy Show” and I'm not sure if I violated my social work code of ethics by attending, but the biting social commentary and zippy anti-hate-fest jokes balanced it all out. For me. Plus, I actually got a table and my […]
That title reflects exactly how creative I feel this morning. I had weird dreams all night in which I was a character in the soap opera, The Young & The Restless only the other characters included a ghost, Jim from Taxi and Freddie Prinze, Sr. I kept asking everyone to marry me (they all wore red pullover […]