Confessions of a Rick Santorum Intern

Pgh Lesbian Correspondents

My favorite line of the morning thus far from 2 Political Junkies Rick Santorum – a man of strict principles, until he needs to win an election. This calls for full confession — in 1991, I spent six months as a legislative intern for then-Congressman Rick Santorum.  I was 20 years old and hopelessly heterosexual.  […]

Mama, Its Thrifty Not Cheap

Pgh Lesbian Correspondents

This past November, we coughed up $25 to support the Homeless Cat Management Team's fundraiser (yes we feed feral cats) and came away with our very own Enjoy book.  I made a solemn vow that this would be our ticket out of the Olive Garden and into a bright local restaurant scene!  Then … bonus […]


Pgh Lesbian Correspondents

   > JOIN ACTIVISTS IN PROTEST AGAINST THE RADICAL RIGHT > Philadelphia SUNDAY JANUARY 8 at 7 PM AT “JUSTICE SUNDAY III” > > Jerry Falwell. > Tony Perkins from the Family Research Council. > James Dobson from Focus on the Family. > Rick Santorum. > > All coming to Philadelphia on Jan 8 to rally on “Justice Sunday” to pack the Supreme […]

Justice Sunday

Pgh Lesbian Correspondents

Here's a take on Justice Sunday from the winner of the Best LGBT Blog …Pam's House Blend As you can see, the AmTaliban has its splash of color up there for the big shindig, all prominently featured on the web site. Sadly, one of them is the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Alveda C. […]

From Dallas Voice – Mary Cheney and 2006

Read an amusing take from General Gayety columnist Leslie Robinson. Here's my favorite Mary Cheney: “I resolve to hold my partner’s hand in front of cameras. Even if I have to pretend I’m just helping her up.” Mary Cheney is not a good person.  I believe that Mary Cheney exploited the LGBT community for her […]

NYC Lesbian Becomes City Council Speaker

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This GOOD news from   New York City) Christine Quinn has earned a double distinction, becoming the first woman and the first out lesbian to serve as the speaker of New York City Council. The Manhattan Democrat becomes the second most powerful person in city politics, after Republican Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Some of my friends […]

Resolutions – Looking Back

2003 was my resolution year.  Frustrated with feeling disconnected from the LGBT community, I resolved to try at least one new lesbian friendly activity each month.  In hindsight, I feel very proud of my resolve and continue to reap the benefits of the contacts I made during that year.  And, of course, that resolution led […]

Starting 2006 on the Left Paw

  Greetings from the official pet delegate of the Pittsburgh lesbian correspondents! 2005 was a year of change for Miss Mona.  I moved to a nice new home with a big back yard, soft blue couch and another person to tend to my every whim.  In the process, I acquired 4 more cats to deal […]

Family Tidings

Pgh Lesbian Correspondents

This morning we became aunties for the first time.  Laura's brother and his wife had a beautiful baby girl – Ava Grace.  We spent some time with them last night before they left for the hospital and were there this morning to welcome Ava to the world.  Well, Laura was there first as I was […]

KDKA – Pintek Out, McIntire In?

Pgh Lesbian Correspondents

Found this during my morning peruse of the Post-Gazette … Three of KDKA Radio's primary on-air hosts — Mike Pintek, Paul Alexander and Mike Romigh — have been let go in a staff shake-up. <snip> One possibility for the 8 p.m. to midnight shift previously held by Mr. Romigh is John McIntire. Mr. Clark said […]