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by Roy Steele Washington, DC : Today the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that state gay marriage bans violate the 14th Amendment of the Constitution, which guarantees due process and equal protection under the law, for all Americans. The Supreme C...
Orange Is The New Black, RuPaul’s Drag Race, and The 2015 Television Critics Awards I know that a big portion of my weekend will be spent binge watching Season 3 of the Netflix original series Orange Is The New Black (OITNB), a funny, thought-provoking and ...
Gay Marriage, Gay Pride, Caitlyn Jenner, and Kate Moss Here we are a week into June of 2015, and like you, I’m wondering whether this will be known as the “gay summer of love . ” It’s just a matter of weeks before we find out if the Supreme Court of the Uni...
Roy is a gay male blogger, writer, queer activist, equality advocate, and anti-bullying evangelist. Jive in the 
He has crusaded against the lies and misinformation that right-wing extremists and evangelical Christians use to spread anti-gay propaganda.
He led a successful boycott of American retail stores that were financing anti-gay hate groups through affiliate marketing schemes. The boycott received extensive coverage from major media organizations. Reporter Michelle Goldberg wrote about the boycott for Newsweek/Daily Beast in an article entitled “Christian Group’s New Gay War” (linked here), and The New York Times documented the campaign in “Retailers get heat for sales that generate anti-gay aid” (linked here).
Former Arkansas governor and noted homophobe Mike Huckabee called Roy “an economic terrorist” because his boycott campaign resulted in over 150 retail organizations severing ties with anti-gay organizations.
Roy blogs to advance equality and gay LGBT civil rights, by examining the socio-political, religious, and cultural challenges confronting the gay community today.
He is a strong advocate for women’s rights and racial equality, and makes every effort to promote anti-bullying programs when he can, because he believes that every student has a right to be educated in an environment that’s conducive to learning, free of harassment and devoid of bullying.
Roy’s a northern New Jersey native - and went to Rutgers College - and was a Financial Analyst in the private sector for years.
He’s a trained musical theatre actor, and made his professional debut in London's west end - at the Barbican Theatre. Roy has worked as a voice over artist, singer, political meteorologist, itinerant nag, and urban gadfly throughout his life. And he’s been a world traveler and a Mets and NY Giants fan for as long as he can remember.
Roy writes about contemporary political and social issues, which you can read at Jive in the .
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