On the train again

This September 13th marks one year of when I was diagnosed with stage-three breast cancer. It’s been a wild ride these last 12 months of chemotherapy treatments, surgeries, and cancer-blocking drugs... There were some tough nights when the chemo crashes would go on and on, but I always had the sense that the cancer would be eliminated and that I just had to accept that this was going to be a big disruption in my life. Now, a year later, I’m back on the road with my incredible TIP teammates, and we’re off and running to interview some amazing people.

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Gil and Marilyn's conversation: Sally Ride & exploring the outer space of visibility

While I know fully that when we as LGBT persons makes ourselves visible, we take the risk of being defined only by our sexual orientation. The personal becomes political. However, there is a point where the focus shifts and our accomplishments leave those who would reduce us to a particular identity in the dust.

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TEAM FAIR IS FAIR: Marilyn describes Gil this time

We've had a few videos from the Fair is Fair in Montana Tour of Gil and Ninia describing their tour cohorts. I want to take this opportunity to describe Gil, his strategic work on the tour, some behind the scenes incidents, and his amazing unflagging commitment to the LGBT equality movement.

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FAIR IS FAIR IN MONTANA NUMBERS ARE IN!

NOW FOR THE RESULTS OF THE FAIR IS FAIR TOUR'S organizing efforts for domestic partnerships for loving, committed same-sex couples in ten days, seven cities, 1300 miles...

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Shaping the Contours of the Rising Sun

These two events in the same week highlight the struggles of our movement, our judicial systems, what motivates people to change and act with integrity and courage, and what stands in the way of progress. We live and breathe the euphoria of change, and we hope and act for more of that pure sweetness!

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