Humor about all things LGBTQ

  • June 2022
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    Preach It

    During the first public hearing of the House Jan. 6 committee yesterday, Rep. Liz Cheney had words for her fellow GOPers. "Tonight, I say this to my Republican colleagues who are defending the indefensible: There will come a day when Donald Trump is gone, but your dishonor will remain."

    It's the first time I've felt warmly toward a Cheney family member since I heard Liz's mother had written a novel about lesbians.

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    This Week's Quote

    Clearing my schedule to watch the televised January 6th hearings. Check listings. I promise to finally stop complaining about the finale of "Lost" if this new show ends the way we all know it should.

    Bette Midler

    Source: Twitter

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    Gimme a "T!"

    The Carolina Panthers, the NFL team that plays in Charlotte, has pulled off something more surprising than the Statue of Liberty play.

    The newest addition to the Panthers' cheerleading squad is a Black transgender woman.

    I didn't expect to be writing a sentence like that for several more years. Oh me of little faith.

    Justine Lindsay, 29, is the brave soul joining the Topcats, as the squad is known. She noted on her application that she's transgender, and Chandalae Lanouette, the Topcats' director, is the brave soul who chose her.

    Lindsay, believed to be the NFL's first openly trans cheerleader, will be shaking her pom poms on the sidelines of a hyper-masculine sport in a southern city. Her presence could piss off everyone from KKK'ers to African American ministers to inside linebackers to retired cheerleaders.

    If she has to dodge beer cans while performing her routines, I hope stadium security protects her, and I hope she sticks out the first rough months. Because the shock will wear off, and Panther fans will return to the pressing business of asking God to beat the Buccaneers.

  • Image by Arek Socha from Pixabay 

    Gallup Says

    Gallup conducted its annual Values and Beliefs poll last month, and found that 71 percent of Americans support legal same-sex marriage, the highest number ever recorded.

    The main demographic holdout against gay marriage? Weekly churchgoers.

    And those who list their employment as Supreme Court justice.

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