Go after her. Fuck, don’t sit there and wait for her to call, go after her because that’s what you should do if you love someone, don’t wait for them to give you a sign cause it might never come, don’t let people happen to you, don’t let me happen to you, or her, she’s not a fucking television show or tornado. There are people I might have loved had they gotten on the airplane or run down the street after me or called me up drunk at four in the morning because they need to tell me right now and because they cannot regret this and I always thought I’d be the only one doing crazy things for people who would never give enough of a fuck to do it back or to act like idiots or be entirely vulnerable and honest and making someone fall in love with you is easy and flying 3000 miles on four days notice because you can’t just sit there and do nothing and breathe into telephones is not everyone’s idea of love but it is the way I can recognize it because that is what I do. Go scream it and be with her in meaningful ways because that is beautiful and that is generous and that is what loving someone is, that is raw and that is unguarded, and that is all that is worth anything, really.
Police cars burn in San Francisco after being attacked by rioters on May 21, 1979, a violent reaction to the verdict of voluntary manslaughter given to former officer Dan White in the killing of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay person in the country elected to public office.
In a 27 May blog post, the American Family Association rails against the US Postal Service stamp honoring the first openly gay man to be elected to public office in California.
‘Refuse to accept mail at your home or business if it is postmarked with the Harvey Milk stamp,’ AFA writes. 'Simply write “Return to Sender” on the envelope and tell your postman you won’t accept it.’
Austin McKenzie to star as LGBT rights leader in new ABC miniseries by Gus Van Sant and Dustin Lance Black
The 22-year-old, who recently starred as Melchior Gabor in Broadway’s Spring Awakening revival by Deaf West Theatre, will portray young activist Cleve Jones, who joined the gay liberation movement in
1972 with pioneer gay rights leader Harvey Milk.
The highly anticipated project, titled “When We Rise,” marks a reunion for director Gus Van Sant and writer Dustin Lance
Black, who worked together on the Oscar-winning “Milk.”
Also starring in the miniseries are Emily Skeggs (Medium Allison in ”Fun Home”) as women’s rights leader Roma Guy, Mary-Louise Parker as the older Roma Guy, and Guy Pearce as the older Cleve Jones.