Steve Rivas

12 entries
Welcome Home to DiversCity Q
Welcome Home to DiversCity Q
Texas Christian University opens LGBT-friendly housing.

Qmmunity, April 8, 2009

Operation Iraqi... What?
Operation Iraqi... What?
Murders of Iraqi homosexuals on a terrifying rise.

Qmmunity, April 5, 2009

Barney Frank: Oh No He Didn't!
Barney Frank: Oh No He Didn't!
Rep. Frank said it. Out loud. He called Scalia a homophobe.

Qmmunity, March 24, 2009

Outlets of Info
Outlets of Info
Ike relief and return news closer to the source.

Emergency, Sept. 14, 2008

Cue the Lights; Cue the Music
Cue the Lights; Cue the Music
Scripted? The DNC? Naaaaaaah.

Qmmunity, Aug. 28, 2008

What Kind of Reception Is This?
What Kind of Reception Is This?
The senator from New York releases her delegates, but where are the sandwiches?

Qmmunity, Aug. 28, 2008

Finally, a Roll Call Vote
Finally, a Roll Call Vote
This morning the Dem delegates voted in Denver, but does it count?

Qmmunity, Aug. 27, 2008

If You Leave, You Can't Get Back In
If You Leave, You Can't Get Back In
Day 2 at the DNC: Hill-a-ry!

Qmmunity, Aug. 27, 2008

The Texas 22
The Texas 22
On this first convention day, Steve joins the history-making number of GLBT delegates and proudly counts himself amongst the TX22.

Qmmunity, Aug. 26, 2008

What's in a Name?
What's in a Name?
PUMA Tells Barack: Well keep on runnin', player, 'cause I got my good shoes on.

Qmmunity, Aug. 24, 2008

Not Just Rats, <i>Raton</i>
Not Just Rats, Raton
Steve's first filing from his on the road to Denver adventure. On Biden and platform planks: There's work to be done.

Qmmunity, Aug. 24, 2008

By Way of Introduction
By Way of Introduction
Introducing Steve Rivas, a delegate headed to the Democratic National Convention and de facto Gay Place and Chronic DNC blogger.

Qmmunity, Aug. 24, 2008

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