Friday, October 7, 2011

LGBT History Month Icons Oct. 5th - 7th

Icons for Wednesday, Oct. 5th - Friday, Oct. 7th

Dustin Lance Black - October 5th
“I heard the story of Harvey Milk and it gave me hope that I could live my life openly as who I am.”

Dustin Lance Black is a screenwriter, director and producer. He received an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for “Milk. More

Keith Boykin - October 6th
“I'm not on a show with a pink triangle or rainbow flag, which means that being gay is just a part of who I am.”

Keith Boykin is a political commentator, best-selling author, editor of The Daily Voice, and veteran of two presidential campaigns. More

Rita Mae Brown - October 7th
“Don't ask to live in tranquil times. Literature doesn't grow there."

Rita Mae Brown is a novelist and screenwriter best known for her semi-autobiographical lesbian-themed book "Rubyfruit Jungle." More

4 comments:

james said...

hi.i have been following your blog since last week and i appreciate that u made me believe that a gay blog can be other than just only sex.this prove the stereotypes that are usually potrayed in films or articles that gays guys are only into sex are wrong. and yes the film milk also made me to accept myself as gay.im 21 and from a very conservative country and conservative family.that movie is what make me to accept myself too.
great blog and i am looking fowards for your future posts.

Jay M. said...

Good stuff, as always...the whole theme of posts this month are great.

Peace <3
Jay

silvereagle said...

A great statement which most of us can relate to:

"....being gay is just a part of who I am.”

I am proud to say that!!!

JoeBlow said...

Thank you, James. Though occasionally, I will discuss sex, there is really so much more to being gay than what goes on when we are naked.

Thanks, Jay.

I feel the same way, silvereagle.