Wednesday , 16 April 2014

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Letters: Reader Responds to Susan Bankston’s Column

If you demand free contraception, what's to keep you from demanding shoes and food and hats? Should they not be supplied to ensure "women's health"? ...

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While most of us agree that Governor Rick Perry has done some good things for Texas, it appears that recently he has crossed over and is confusing his role as a good state leader ...

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I find myself loving Blase DiStefano [OutSmart entertainment editor] more with each interview, and I enjoy living vicariously through him. ...

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Republicans, the next white meat

I'm not impressed with the ill thought out solutions that the fundamentalist Christians and Republicans keep offering. But the one thing I do know is that the planet is only capab ...

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Letters…On Wayne Besen’s Feb article, “The Bombast and Body Count”

It is distressing to read Wayne Besen's comments in his Feb article, "The Bombast and Body Count." Wayne totally ignores the anger and hatred exhibited by Progressive Leftists tow ...

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Thanks so much for mentioning our new program, Project Empower, being held at the GLBT Center. On our first night, we had six “students” and we learned many things related to well ...

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This year’s Gay Pride Parade, as compared to previous gay pride parades, was obviously better attended due to the presence of our newly elected mayor and her partner. However, I a ...

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Letter to Editor-Disturbed by Obama Domestic Agenda

I am greatly disturbed by the ambivalence displayed by your magazine at what President Obama's domestic agenda is doing to our great nation. He promised no tax increases--not one ...

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I was the winner of OutSmart’s 2010 Austin Pride sweepstakes. The prize included two nights at the Austin Radisson on Town Lake and VIP tickets to Austin Pride celebrations, inclu ...

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Procedures, Police, and a Parade

So, on that Saturday night in June, we hopped on our bikes and pedaled over to Stanford St. We met our neighbors, a diverse bunch of single and married couples, some with children ...

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