Showing posts with label Connecticut. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Connecticut. Show all posts

19 September 2019

Drag Queen Story Hour comes to Connecticut!


Hartford Public Library
Hartford, CT



ezs note:  On September 28, your kids will have a treat by seeing Drag Queen Story Hour!  This will be in Hartford, 500 Main Street, and hours will be 1 to 2 pm,  and 2:30 to 3:30 pm. By all means, bring your kids along!  (Or a busload!)

04 January 2019

*** IT'S HERE!!!!!!!!!! ***

The
***10,000th***
Entry!


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Holy moly... seriously, I did not that I would bring this blog this far, over this many years...  yet here I am.  Or, far more appropriately, here we are. Gawd, it sounds so, so trite, yet I am truly humbled by this endeavor. 

I will bring a bit of transgender news each day from the state, country and world.  Please, do your part and give 'em hell. 

Connecticut - Discrimination questions add new depth to Wellbeing Survey

Jake Kara
CT Post


New Haven, CT

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please press:  www.ctpost.com

It's coming...

03 November 2018

Connecticut - The Trump Administration May Revoke Civil Rights For Transgender People: What Does That Mean In Connecticut?

Daniela Altimari
Hartford Courant


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08 September 2018

Connecticut - Rainbow Wave In Connecticut: GOP Fields 6 LGBTQ Candidates For Legislature In General Election

Daniela Altimari
Hartford Courant


Groton, CT

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please press:  www.courant.com

ezs note:  Umm... okay... Please, don't get me wrong.  Even though I'm a Democrat, there are some areas which I tend to be a bit conservative.  But, dude, you've got a President who is an ever-psychotic and a Congress which, at best, is mostly complacent and, at worst, is a complete suckup.  Before the election I would say follow your conscience.  But this ain't no ordinary time.

11 August 2018

Wallingford, Connecticut


estimated transgender population:  261*
(rounded down)

Wallingford, CT

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ezs note:  Built by the famed architect I. M. Pei (still alive!), Wallingford, Connecticut is home to the Modernist Paul Mellon Arts Center.  If you are an architecture buff, come on down!

25 July 2018

Connecticut - Connecticut launches campaign to end new HIV infections

Clarice Silber
CT Mirror


New Haven, CT

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please press:  ctmirror.org

ezs note:  A few tips for you:

1)  Get tested now.  You need not wait any longer, I promise you.

2)  If your partner balks at wearing a condom, say NO.  If he still refuses, the jerk's not worth it.

3)  If you test positive, see what options are available.  In Connecticut (and all around New England, really) there are options available.

27 May 2018

civil rights - ACLU praises Connecticut for passing ‘most protective transgender policy and law in the country’

Josh Delk
The Hill


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please press:  thehill.com

ezs note: Yeah, yeah, we've got problems (who doesn't?) but Connecticut has the MOST progressive laws in the country! Yay!  👧

28 April 2018

doins' in Connecticut...


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ezs note:  Tonight, I was about to watch  Stephen Colbert when, on an impulse, I switched to another channel.  It was the Connecticut House of Representatives - and they were debating a very important bill.  It would change the system from the House of Delegates to a popular 'one person, one vote' method.

I, for one, think that a popular vote is far better than the creaky House of Delegates.  I hope that you do too.  However, just wishing for it will not make it happen.  Call your state Representative and state Senator.  

Is it easy?  Nope.  Never said it was.  But you have to be a part of things, pal