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Jermaine O'Neal: 'We Have a Better Fanbase' Than Los Angeles Clippers

Golden State Warriors center Jermaine O'Neal isn't a fan of the Los Angeles Clippers. Ask the big man, and he might tell you those people don't even exist. Not like they do in the Bay Area, at least. O'Neal, one of the primary pot-stirrers...Show More Summary

The Right Way to Read a Food Label: Don’t Overlook the Fine Print

Clients love to tell me about the new snack bar or cereal they found at the grocery store. They tell me how it’s all natural or full of whole grains. I hate bursting their bubble when I ask how much sugar it has. In your quest to be a healthy and fit you need to [...]

Mom Told to Keep Her Cleavage Out of Disney's 'Family Park'

Post by Lisa Fogarty. Ask anyone from La Leche League and they'll tell you that boobs and children simply don't mix. Yes, you bet I'm being extremely sarcastic right now, but one Disneyland worker would definitely argue in favor of keeping our womanly assets well hidden if we want to enjoy the happiest place on Earth. Show More Summary

Gay Fighter Pilot 'DADT' Drama 'Burning Blue' Comes to the Big Screen: VIDEO

6 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Burning Blue, the 1995 off-Broadway play about Navy fighter pilots who fall in love under 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' and are exposed during a government investigation into a series of fatal accidents, has been adapted for the big screen. The...

6 Reasons Your Sucky Blogging Isn’t Converting More Sales Leads

You have all this blog traffic, but no sales leads. You must be wondering what you’re doing wrong. And I’m going to tell you. You don’t ask for what you want Also called asking for the money, you must tell people what you want them to do next. Show More Summary


The end of "Don't Ask Don't Tell" allowed gay, lesbian, and bisexual service members to serve openly in the military. But what about transpeople? The post Transmilitary appeared first on The Good Men Project.

FIRST LOOK: Film Of Gay Romantic Drama “Burning Blue” Is Finally Being Released

last weekLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Burning Blue, a romantic drama which tells the story of two Navy fighter pilots who fall in love while living under Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, will be released select U.S. theaters and on VOD on June 6. The movie was co-written and directed by DMW Greer and based on his hit play with the same title, has taken nearly […]

Tell us what you think of the May Shambhala Sun in our quick online survey

Hi, this is Melvin McLeod, editor-in-chief of the Shambhala Sun. I’d like to ask for your help. We’d like to know more about you—who you are, what you like and don’t like in the Sun, what you’d like to see more of. That’s the only way the magazine can improve and serve the Shambhala Sun […]

‘Mad Men’ recap: A tale of two cities

last weekArts : Arts Post

The last time we saw Don, Peggy & Co., things were a bit of a mess. Don Draper was being asked to take a mandatory leave of absence after telling a group of Hershey execs that they didn’t need an ad campaign and spilling details about his childhood as an orphan in a brothel. Sterling […]

Someone Asked Harrison Ford Who Shot First

Don't tell me you wouldn't ask the same question if you had the chance. Read more...

Bryan Cranston Uses 'Walter White' Character To Help High Schooler Get A Prom Date

If Walter White tells you to go on a prom date with someone, you go — and you don't ask questions. That's what high schooler Stefan Montana must have been thinking as he cornered Bryan Cranston near the stage door of his Broadway play "All The Way," hoping the "Breaking Bad" actor could help him get a date to the prom. Show More Summary

Gay Marine Inspires Straight Sergeant To Speak Out Eloquently For Same-Sex Marriage

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

A soldier who served in silence under “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” has inspired straight former Marine Roger Dean Huffstetler’s incredible op-ed for Washington Post. DADT is literally history, and there now are tons of stories coming out from the soldiers affected by it. You may have even heard of one that’s been making the rounds. Former Sergeant […]

Challenging Stigma Online: The Impact of Being Forever Known for Your Private Tale

We don't always want to be known for the most vulnerable or emotional story of our lives. New York Times best-selling author of How to Be Black, Baratunde Thurston, once asked his live audience not to tweet or record his telling of a...Show More Summary

Here’s To The Women Who Aren’t Afraid To Be Bossy

2 weeks agoOdd : Thought Catalog

Women who are in leadership are women who aren’t afraid to tell someone where to stick it. I’ve seen it. They plan on an even playing field. They don’t ask to be pandered to.

My Hairdo Is Not Your Safari

by Matthew J.X. Malady People drop things on the Internet and run all the time. So we have to ask. In this edition, New York Times technology reporter Jenna Wortham tells us more about how people somehow still don’t know that it’s not...Show More Summary

Same-sex marriage is new test for Catholic institutions used to ‘don’t ask, don’t tell

2 weeks agoReligion / Islam : On Faith

Having worked in Catholic church music ministry for nearly 40 years — basically his entire adult life — Mike McMahon thought he knew the landscape and his place in it. As a gay person, all was fine as long as he was “discreet.” Read full article >>

Don't Tangle With a Kiter

I'm at Hardings beach, laying out my lines. An elderly man approaches and asks in an earnest voice, "are you insane"? he looks at me quizzically. I don't tell him that this sunny, warm day feels tropical to me after kiting all Winter. Show More Summary

Showcasing Upcoming Changes to LinkedIn

Summary: You don't read about it nearly as often as Facebook or Twitter when discussing social strategies, but if you ask your HR department, they'll certainly tell you about how important LinkedIn is to the quality of applicants coming...Show More Summary

Obama intimidated top military brass: Agree with policy on gays or resign

Determined to end the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy and allow gays to serve openly,President Obama told the heads of the five service branches in a meeting in 2010 to either support his effort or resign. In a video obtained...Show More Summary

Obama told us to fall in line on ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’ or resign: Coast Guard Commandant

by Dustin Siggins WASHINGTON, D.C., April 2, 2014 ( -- One of the nation's top military officials says President Obama told the heads of the Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, and Air Force to back his repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell (DADT) or "resign our commissions and go do other things."…

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