I am both an author and public speaker with an interest in LGBT issues, energy policy, and the Canadian-American relationship. Having experienced the pain of reparative therapy, I attempt to use these experiences in my writing to speak out against the false information that permeates the dialogue on gay rights… My story – The Pain Of Reparative Therapy – can be found here, and I can be contacted at email@example.com – from the About page on the An Enduring Vision Blog.
Friends of George’s are the spirits of everyone who once felt alone in the world, but then found acceptance in an unlikely place—a place where they learned to embrace individuality and to celebrate diversity. Many people in the 1970s and 1980s when there was great struggle for acceptance and equality found this place at a Memphis bar known as George’s.
OUT LOUD in Memphis is our LGBT destination for Action & InterAction, This is our hub for open discussion, news, and information FOR and ABOUT our exciting community! Change is in the air here in Memphis, and OUT LOUD is serving our growing community by providing an information source that not only engages us in constructive interaction, but unites our members by introducing us to our peers, our leaders, and our expanding list of resources. OUT LOUD hopes to form new bonds in the Mid-South LGBT Family, while teaching us all more about each other, and about ourselves.