Category Archives: LGBTITQQ2S

Religious Freedom and Social Contracts Old and New

At the founding of the USA the concept of Religious Freedom as used in the US Constitution was clear and focussed. In contrast to European countries with Established Churches and stipulations such as ‘No Catholic may ascend to the British … Continue reading

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Slut

As long as I can remember I have defined a slut as “someone who has more sex than the person using the term,” because that’s how the term seems to be used. The traditional definition (as in, Merriam-Webster online) applies … Continue reading

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Coming Out Again, More Coming Out, Coming More Out

I came out as gay to my family and the world (well, the readership of the Chatham Daily News) late in 1977. Although I’ve always reserved the right to decide whether or not to tell people I come in contact … Continue reading

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Thoughts on 2 Books by Oscar Moore

(This post includes recurring themes from my blog, and expands upon a post earlier today on my Facebook profile) Fundamentalism. Traditionally used only in reference to religious world views it is now often applied (by me if no one else) … Continue reading

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