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  1. Hue-Man
    July 23, 2013

    “A new blood-donation policy came into effect across Canada on Monday, officially nixing the lifelong ban that prevented men who have had sex with men from giving blood.

    Canadian Blood Services and HEMA-Quebec — which oversee Canada’s blood system — are now allowing men to donate blood if they have not had homosexual sex in the last five years.” http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/07/22/gay-blood-donation-ban-gone_n_3636762.html

  2. Soren456
    July 23, 2013

    I’m glad that when Stevenson’s mother died, she “left him an independently wealthy man.” Who was this person?

    I also appreciate the book title “Left to Themselves” as a bracket for Phil and Gerald’s “ordeal.” In fact, I’ve read that the book is a gay book for boys (minus the boners, of course).

  3. MattNYC
    July 23, 2013

    Jim–not sure if you got my e-mail or not, but I hope you have a story planned about the Brits pardoning Alan Turing and possibly all victims of their Gross Indecency laws.

  4. MattNYC
    July 23, 2013
  5. MattNYC
    July 23, 2013


    More Than 1,000 Show up for Haiti Anti-Gay Protest


    “Haiti is not going to accept this, and God will punish us further if we allow this law to pass.”

    Yes, because “God” has been so **kind** to Haiti for centuries…

  6. Timothy Kincaid
    July 23, 2013

    Matt, the Turing story has been on my ‘soon as I get time’ schedule. There’s a pinch more than surface. For example, it’s being supported by a right old battleaxe who tried to divert marriage equality but has taken up the charge for Turing because she used to work with him.

  7. Timothy Kincaid
    July 23, 2013

    So is the Haiti story… where the good godly holy folk went out and murdered people in the streets

  8. MattNYC
    July 23, 2013


    I look forward to both! Tax season is over–you should have lots of free time on your hands! :) LOL

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