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Philly Pride and Patriotism

The Philadelphia fourth of July parade rocks! A true melting pot of contemporary and historic, the parade’s diversity of Americans -representing their cultural groups, countries of origin, historical interests, military and civic service – is stunning. Especially heartwarming to me … Continue reading

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Pride and Patrol

For two years – now almost 20 years ago – I volunteered with Q Safety Patrol (and concurrently, the Seattle chapter of the Guardian Angels). In later posts, I’ll discuss my own experiences, and provide interviews with other patrollers willing … Continue reading

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LGBT is not a Genre

LGBT(and QIA, etc) is not a genre. It is an acronym; and if you see it in a book search category, most likely key characters self-identify or are identified by others as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender. If you are … Continue reading

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