Manchester Spawns Yet Another Proud Yinzer Moment

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If I could pick the one place even more politically ridiculous to live than West Mifflin (Jabbour, Olasz, Ruffing, Chief Diener…), it seems that I innocently have stumbled onto it ..ridiculous, thy name is Manchester. From the Post-Gazette, courtesy of 2 Political Junkies … A spot airing today on the city of Pittsburgh cable TV […]

Pittsburgh Dish on Angry Leathermen

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Members of Pittsburgh's Leather community aren't pleased to be stereotyped and the Pittsburgh Dish has the scoop (courtesy of Pittsburgh's OUT). All chuckles aside, the complaintant – one Colin Morgan – seems to be upset that individuals in the leather community are civic-minded individuals, not just solely focused on sex.  There's tolerance for ya.  I've […]

The Advocate: 2007 was so gay …

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2007: The Good, The Bad, and the Gay Following the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, 2008 promises to be a perilous year for LGBT people and everybody else. But before we look forward, let's revisit the gayest moments of 2007. 1. Among the many scandals Republicans faced in 2007, U.S. senator Larry Craig of Idaho was […]

PA Supreme Court Reverses Sperm Donor Child Support Ruling

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Men who donate sperm to women who promise they won't have to pay child support don't have to worry about the women renegging in part due to today's 3-2 decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court (365gay). The 3-2 decision overturns lower court rulings under which Joel L. McKiernan had been paying up to $1,500 a […]

My new blog

Pgh Lesbian Correspondents

Happy New Year. Last night, we participated in the festivities on Penn Avenue at the First Night Celebration.  We had a really wonderful time:  dinner at Six Penn, an entertaining stroll up and down Penn and Liberty, two delightful comedy shows and the company of my best girl, Ledcat.  The Amish Monkeys were very cute, […]

Upcoming LGBT Town Hall Meeting

My buddy Jeff Freedman, chair of the Pittsburgh PrideFest Committee gave me the heads up on an upcoming “town hall” meeting to get community input on impending changes in PrideFest.  To summarize, the GLCC has produced PrideFest for the past 5 years or so after it was nearly bankrupted by previous producers.  <I always like […]

Pope Benedict: Homosexuality is a roadblock to world peace

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From the PG's Forum section comes this reflection on the pontifical peace perspective.  On World Peace Day, Jan. 1, most of the world's citizens will be too poor, too hungry, too surrounded by violence or too worried by this century's other basic challenges to pay attention. Those who do pay attention likely will think first […]

What’s up with the Goodwill Building?

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While I was blogging about the Hot Metal Faith Community, something from the Post-Gazette article caught my eye.  After communion, as they held candles and sang “Silent Night,” tears streamed down many faces among 450 people at the last worship service that Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community will hold in the South Side's Goodwill cafeteria. […]

Happy Birthday to Us!

Hurrah!  Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents celebrates a second birthday today …we'll be celebrating all day at Lesbian Central with laundry, poop scooping and a visit to the parents …

AFA of PA turn attention to national lesbian blogger

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If anyone is hard at work on the homosexual agenda, it is Pam Spaulding.  Founder of Pam's House Blend, Spaulding works tirelessly to explore the true life of the contemporary LGBT community.  Her blog has received national recognition and attracts thousands of visitors each day. Spaulding is also a contributing editor at other blogs, including […]