I know I've mentioned I have a gay brother in NY and a gay nephew in medical school in Iowa, however, I don't think I've ever commented on that in detail. This series of memes is interesting to me because it has quotes from younger gay guys who have gay siblings, and they are growing up knowing this. And I have to admit that's a novelty for me.
I didn't even know my brother was gay until we were both in our late twenties and we accidentally and literally bumped into each other in a gay bar. We didn't grow up knowing this. It's not that we were ever estranged either. We just didn't discuss it and we just didn't talk about it. You didn't do that in the 1990s. But I was glad when I found out. It made sense to me.
Growing up gay is often an isolating experience, though thankfully that’s beginning to change in a big way.
For many people, the thought of having a gay sibling to relate to during adolescence sounds like it would have been a dream come true.
And here's one of the quotes...
Whenever someone is surprised that both my brother and I are gay I feign surprise that their siblings are all straight.
You can read the other quotes here. They're all a little different.
I love this because we just re-leased another Lexus iS 300, and we knew nothing about it while we were negotiating a price with the Lexus Dealership. At least I know Lexus is gay friendly...not that it would have mattered. I really don't think that way, but it's still nice just the same.
Luxury automobile brand Lexus launched a new documentary series for their L/Studio film portfolio. This six episode series, called “It Got Better,” is a collaboration between producers Lisa Kudrow and Dan Bucatinsky of the award-winning “Web Therapy” series with the It Gets Better Project. These episodes will feature such GLBT luminaries, including actors Jane Lynch, George Takei and Laverne Cox, professional basketball player Jason Collins, style maker Tim Gunn and recording artists Tegan & Sara.
Here's the rest. I think it looks wonderful and I'll post more as I get more info.
First Gay Military Service Leader
One of the things I try to do here on the blog is show people new links for LGBT information on the web. It's not always easy because you don't always get links with a simple search. I got lucky with Lavendarmagazine.com, and I hope you check out all of their content with the two links I've provided with this post.
In any event,
Fox News reports the Senate Armed Services Committee has confirmed the first openly gay leader of a U.S. military service, voting to approve the nomination of Eric Fanning to be Army secretary.
You can find that one here.
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