The thrill of victory or the agony of defeat – chances are that you are feeling one of those things today. To help sort things out, Grace the Spot is providing a guide to signs and symptoms of an Election Hangover.
While we don’t like a lot of what is going on in the world, I certainly do love that more people are trying to make it better. All of that progress started with a vote and an opinion or idea. Everything is amazing right now and we can ONLY…we can ONLY make it better.
Let’s start with junior high. Junior high is a festering pile of dung that even other festering piles of dung won’t even hang out with. That’s right: junior high is like the dalit of festering piles of dung.
Hang in there. It gets better. Trust me.
Stephanie Miller, a morning radio talk show host, had her coming out this morning on the air. She announced the impending outing on her twitter, and her fans thought she might be leaving the radio for good. Nope – she was just about to come out of the closet and into the light.
Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Discharges: Could the numbers actually be higher than reported? Read this. You’ll be surprised.
Serious post. Grace The Spot reader Angie, a lesbian who was discharged from the Air Force, contacted us about the circumstances surrounding her discharge. On paper, she was discharged for failure to meet fitness standards, but there is reason to believe that her discharge was a result of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell and that the number of DADT discharges in general has been artificially deflated.