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August 2, 2011

Handpicked Headlines: Syphilis on the Rise, Homophobic Statements From Boehner, Santorum Lashes Out At Dan Savage…

by Accidental Bear

Study: Syphilis on the Rise Among Minority Gay Men Syphilis rates among young, minority gay and bisexual men are risingHEALTHCARE X390 (PHOTOS.COM) | ADVOCATE.COM disproportionately, according to a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. Reuters reports on the increase in syphilis cases. “Using data from 27 states, CDC researchers found that between 2005 and 2008, the syphilis rate among black gay and bisexual men rose at an 8-times faster clip compared with their white counterparts. 


 Scandal Drives Gay Candidate Out of Race to Become Irish President Today marked the end of a campaign by the gay man who had led public opinion polls to become Ireland’s president. Sen. David Norris was discovered this weekend to have long ago sent a letter to Israeli authorities asking for clemency for his former partner, Ezra Nawi, who was accused of statutory rape involving a 15-year-old boy. Norris failed to disclose that his ongoing relationship with Nawi, who was later convicted.


Top Five Homophobic Statements From Boehner’s DOMA Briefs This week we get a first look at how House Speaker JohnBoehner (R-OH) intends to defend the Defense of Marriage Act in court.  If the briefs filed by attorney Paul Clement yesterday are any indication, the House Republicans will be pushing every anti-gay message possible to ensure the federal government continues to discriminate against same-sex couples. And of course, taxpayers are covering the bill for all these legal fees.                                                                                                                                                                    Santorum Lashes Out At Dan Savage: ‘He’s Below The Dignity Of Anybody’

ThinkProgress filed this report from the Western Conservative Summit in Denver, Colorado.Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) did little to alleviate his “Google problem” this weekend, lashing out at Dan Savage — who spearheaded the campaign to redefine Santorum’s last name — and calling the gay activist “below the dignity of anybody.” 

*Miley Cyrus, Adorable Equal Marriage Rights Hero

*Rep. West Angry Over Being Dropped From Speaking Gig, Calls Planned LGBT Boycott ‘Intolerable

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MARRIAGE GOES AFTER ANTI-BULLYING POLICY | Equality Matters’ Carlos Maza notices that for all its claims of loving gay people and merely opposing the “redefinition” of marriage, the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) can’t help but blog about how anti-bullying policies have given “homosexual activists a foothold in order to further subvert already weak Catholic sexual teaching in the schools.”








May 6, 2011

All Eyes On Jordan Moss (Musician)

by Accidental Bear

You haven’t heard of Jordan Moss yet? Hold your hand in capital L formation and press firmly against your forehead! Jordan tells me that he’s “hoping to get into the studio this year and record a 5 song EP that I can make available on iTunes.” A commonality that took over our conversation was our love for singer/song writer Brandi Carlile. ” “Brandi C. is a HUGE influence for me I’m a big fan and she definitely influences my songwriting”, Jordan says. We look forward to bopping to that EP of yours in the near feature.


Jordan Moss became interested in music at a very young age, singing almost before he could talk. He started playing drums at the age of 12, but soon felt the need to create music. He took a guitar class offered by his junior high school, learning guitar theory and music reading, while also learning to play by ear to songs on the radio. He began writing songs as he became more skilled on the guitar. Jordan played in various bands throughout his high school years, including his most long-lived band Margie Whatever with his younger brother Brandon playing drums. For 5 years Jordan led and directed music services for his church in Colorado Springs, CO. Since then he has written and recorded and played solo acoustic shows across Denver, Phoenix, and his hometown of Austin, TX.

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