Monthly Archives: May 2012

A Unitarian-Universalist perspective on our story

I wrote a piece for UU World, the magazine of the Unitarian Universalists, about Lina and me. It’s similar to others, but relates how the church was of great support to us before, during, and after Lina’s transition. And still … Continue reading

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A week of highs and the lows

It was a crazy week. My often-progressive state of North Carolina regressed and passed the “marriage amendment,” adding an amendment to our state constitution saying marriage is defined by a man and a woman. (Though my county of Durham and … Continue reading

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Amendment One: fight comes at a big cost

I submitted this today as a letter to the editor of our local paper, the News & Observer: I’ve spent significant time and money fighting Amendment One. I’ll dance in the streets if it is defeated, but I won’t cry … Continue reading

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