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Inclusiveness and Hometown Pride Coexist for this Vincennes Resident

“Please, I’m urging my beloved community, let’s move forward!” –Brandie Preusz Thorne GUEST BLOG: Brandie Preusz Thorne Like everyone else in my hometown of Vincennes, Indiana, and half the world it seems, I’ve watched our local and national controversy unfold. While I’ve witnessed intelligent and civil debate on the matter, it seems as of late, mostly […]

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Traditional Couples Only: No gays allowed?

This letter of inquiry was sent on Tuesday, October 7, 2014 to all members of the Vincennes Community School Board, the principal of Vincennes Lincoln High School, as well as the high school newspaper and GSA (Gay Straight Alliance) sponsor. The principal forwarded his letter and concerns to the New Years Eve Ball committee chair. A […]

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‘The Third Way’: A Depressing Study in Catholic, Ex-Gay Propaganda

by Sue McGlone, guest contributor A Catholic video claiming to give insight into the compassion of the Catholic Church for homosexuals has been produced – by a priest who believes that being gay is the equivalent to being a pedophile. (J. Patrick Redmond’s Queer Catholics and ‘The Third Way’ in HuffPost-Gay Voices.) I haven’t been a Roman Catholic for […]

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A Fisher of Catholics

  Friday’s lunch hour at Daniels’ Diner was a fisher of Catholics. Being the second busiest lunch of the week, its swivel counter stools were filled with men in hats. A fleet of Fedoras docked at the restaurant’s speckled Formica counter; the 50 seat dining room filled to capacity with businessmen, priests, and ladies who […]

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‘Other Voices, Other Classrooms’: The Musings of a Gay Middle School Teacher

The Huffington Post—Gay Voices ‘Other Voices, Other Classrooms’: The Musings of a Gay Middle School Teacher “As a gay man, I have experienced my share of intolerance and “chin-wagging” from adults whose world perspective is limited — both in my small Southern Indiana hometown, and my adopted South Florida home. It is my goal to […]

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