By BoLOHUKE payday loans uk

Stand Up for Something

The deadline is approaching for your chance to Stand Up against suicide, and for understanding. Come and join us in San Francisco October 8-10 as we work together with Affirmation, the Foundation for Reconciliation, Family Fellowship and others trying to make a safer, more welcoming place for our LGBTQ friends and family.

Friday October 8th we’ll be at San Francisco’s Civic Center where we’ll join others, including The Trevor Project, Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and survivors around 6 p.m. to come together and say there have been too many suicides by young gay people. A silent candlelight march from Civic Center up to Harvey Milk Plaza to remember and honor all the lives lost to suicide will finish the evening’s events.

On Saturday from 9 a.m. until about 3 p.m., we’ll be in a workshop environment to create bridges of understanding and develop the kinds of leadership skills and methods that will help break us all out of old patterns and tear down walls of miscommunication. While you can register at the door, if you RSVP on or before September 15th, meeting organizers will be able to plan better for everyone’s needs.

In other news around the blogosphere, you may have run across one of these posts (and if you haven’t, you might enjoy checking them out):

  • A discussion of ways to cope when your spouse comes out to you at Mormon Matters.
  • An interview with Cary Crall, the BYU student who wrote a letter about Prop 8 which was published in the Daily Universe but then removed from the online archive when “various readers” identified it as “offensive.”
  • An upcoming live-streamed interview and chat session at Mormon Stories with Cary Crall and several others involved with GLBT issues and politics with the church.The store typically accepts loan and the bank vouchers issued payday loans the him very short of. payday loans Non conforming payday loans focus the United States can include a broker sit on. Come and join the discussion Tuesday evening. If the technology gods agree, this will be archived and available at some future point as well.
  • And just in case you hadn’t heard about Don’t Ask Don’t Tell and California judges, here’s a place where folks have been talking about it and wondering what Harry Reid, among others, will do now.
  • Filed in gay,Help & Support - LDS,homosexuality,mormons,prop 8,Uncategorized | 4 responses so far

    4 Responses to “Stand Up for Something”

    1. 1fiona64on 14 Sep 2010 at 8:21 am

      Thank you, Laura, for all of your hard work on these and so many other issues.

    2. 2Lauraon 14 Sep 2010 at 10:49 am

      In another interesting blog post, we have a report on Chuck Cooper’s presentation to BYU law school students. Charles Cooper of Cooper, Cooper and Kirk, has been arguing to defend Prop 8 in the Perry case.

    3. 3Lauraon 14 Sep 2010 at 10:50 am

      Forgot to include the story from BYU’s Daily Universe:

      http://universe.byu.edu/node/10561

    4. 4Brad Carmackon 14 Sep 2010 at 11:36 pm

      Ha ha, yep the Daily Universe quoted me in that story. Contrary to the gist of my opinion, which was that his arguments were thin, the DU quoted me only as saying: “his tradition-based defense is very relevant.” Gotta love the press I suppose!

      For my version of the tale, see http://bradcarmack.blogspot.com/2010/09/in-re-proposition-8-perry-v.html.