Becca Morn
Published professional writer and poet, Becca had a three decade career in technical writing and consulting before selling off most of her possessions in 2006 to go live at an ashram in India for 3 years. She loves literature (especially science fiction), technology and science, progressive politics, cool electronic gadgets, and perfecting Hatch green chile recipes. Fortunately for this last, Becca and her wife currently live in New Mexico. @BeccaMorn

New Mexico police anal probe victim wins settlement

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Man who suffered anal search, colonoscopy, and 3 enemas at hands of NM local law enforcement receives justice.
Mormons

Utah’s Mormon governor un-marries 1,300 gay couples

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Utah Gov. Herbert decided unilaterally to un-marry over 1,300 gay couples, something he can’t actually do.

2013 LGBT year in review: A great year for gay rights

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For lesbian, gay, bi and trans people, it’s time to count our blessings – 2013 was a surprisingly good year.

In-depth look at how New Mexico won gay marriage

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A detailed analysis of yesterday’s blockbuster New Mexico Supreme Court ruling legalizing gay marriage.

Breaking: New Mexico becomes 17th gay marriage state

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In a unanimous decision, New Mexico’s State Supreme Court rules for gay marriage.

Glitter is now “bio-terrorism”

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Enviro protesters charged with terror for having glitter on banner. HSBC wrist-slapped for ACTUALLY aiding terror.

Science Sunday Roundup and Open Thread

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Lots of fun NASA news this week, along with clever chimps and stone babies.

India’s Stonewall: How recriminalizing homosexuality inspired a revolution

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How the Indian Supreme Court’s recriminalization of homosexuality started a revolution.

India re-criminalizes homosexuality, proudly enters 19th century

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India restakes its claim to British colonial tradition and the notion of civil rights circa 1860, during Victoria.
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