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Pride Posts

June 2, 2019

June is celebrated as Pride Month in many places. I have picked out just a few posts from the hundred+ in my LGBTiTQQ2S category to highlight. Today in Canadian Queer History looks at “Operation Soap” […]

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Today in Canadian Queer History

February 5, 2019

In 2016 I marked the 35th anniversary of Operation Soap – the 1981 Toronto bathhouse raids that became our “line in the sand“. This was just one in a series of police actions against businesses […]

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Pride 2017 Digital Art

June 25, 2017

PRIDE 2017 Digital Art by Brian Gryphon A bright pink triangle bleeds over dark, muted, streamers, eggs, pride beads and water drops. I created this piece as a response to the changing political and social […]

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Femme Fashion

May 15, 2017

In response to British chain stores selling t-shirts emblazoned with femme, self-proclaimed ‘aspirational celesbian’ H Beverly took to Twitter, and spoke to Britain’s Daily Mail. She complained the stores were turning an identity into a […]

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Pride, Protest, Party

May 29, 2016

June is celebrated in much of the ‘western world’ as Pride Month (or Day, Weekend, or Week). Most often identified as “LGBT Pride” – Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans. Sometimes with Q for Queer. There are […]

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Teabaggers

October 16, 2009

I must confess I’ve approached this entry with a certain trepidation. While I promote equality for queers everywhere, my content here is pretty much ‘G-rated’. And today’s topic is going to be the same; or […]