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05/21/2007

Who shot J.R -- with an injection of gay-friendliness?

by Jeremy Hooper

UrlThis week's Time magazine is running a piece on the changing face of Dallas, TX. And guess what? According to the publication, it's a face that now happily includes gay people (including a potential openly gay mayor).

To read the piece online, click the link below:

The Lavender Heart of Texas [Time]

As for the pro-gay, progressive prospects of The Rest Of, TX -- well, we'd like to think we'll have the Time in our future to see a completely queer-accepting Lone Star State. But of course to achieve that goal, we'll have to keeping reminding heteros that we exist, using that popular TX rallying cry: "Remember that Al's a 'mo (sometimes)!"

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Your thoughts

You write very well.

Posted by: Octavia | Oct 22, 2008 2:09:52 AM

Thanks!

Posted by: G-A-Y | Oct 22, 2008 7:09:15 AM

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