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gay persons of character: London Bus Campaign: ‘Some People Are Gay. Get Over It!’

Source: http://www.facebook.com/stonewalluk

Well this is neat. Throughout April, 1,000 buses in London, England, are carrying ads from the British charity, Stonewall, to promote marriage equality. Bearing the tagline, “Some People Are Gay. Get Over It!” the ads link to Stonewall’s equal marriage campaign website, which includes details of the charity’s response to the British government’s . . . → Read More: gay persons of character: London Bus Campaign: ‘Some People Are Gay. Get Over It!’

gay persons of character: London Bus Campaign: ‘Some People Are Gay. Get Over It!’

Source: http://www.facebook.com/stonewalluk

Well this is neat. Throughout April, 1,000 buses in London, England, are carrying ads from the British charity, Stonewall, to promote marriage equality. Bearing the tagline, “Some People Are Gay. Get Over It!” the ads link to Stonewall’s equal marriage campaign website, which includes details of the charity’s response to the British government’s consultation on the issue and explains how people in support of marriage equality can have their voices heard. . . . → Read More: gay persons of character: London Bus Campaign: ‘Some People Are Gay. Get Over It!’

Art Threat: Thomas Waugh flirts with fantasy while fucking reality – An analysis of Out/Lines and Lust Unearthed

[Forward: When I saw that Arsenal Pulp Press had these two books on hand I immediately thought of Tyler. A thoughtful writer, Tyler had the pleasure of meeting Thomas Waugh last summer, and I knew he’d have an interesting perspective on both Out/Lines and Lust Unearthed. He certainly delivered. The following article is . . . → Read More: Art Threat: Thomas Waugh flirts with fantasy while fucking reality – An analysis of Out/Lines and Lust Unearthed