Agender 👗 Non-Binary Pride
5 Most Recent Posts
- Enough Is Enough August 7, 2019
- The AIDS Crisis – Time to Share History & Lessons Learned July 23, 2019
- Happy Pride Month 2019 June 2, 2019
- Kevin & I – Two LGBTQ Youth – One Lost To Suicide – One Confused, Depressed and Closeted For A Decade November 18, 2018
- We #WontBeErased October 23, 2018
Jeri’s Past Posts
- 151,907 hits
Tag Archives: science
A scientific and historical look at non-binary gender identities and intersex individuals. Here’s the videographer’s description of this production: I want to examine in a little more detail the realities of sex and gender diversity, viewed through a biological and … Continue reading
Karissa is a friend and part of Northern New Mexico’s Trans community. In this video she shares her story and her research as a scientist. Here’s the description that accompanied the video: This talk was given at a local TEDx … Continue reading
A fantastic version of The Hallelujah Chorus that is a tribute to the animal kingdom.
The description from NASA: NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) recently captured a unique view of Earth from the spacecraft’s vantage point in orbit around the moon. “The image is simply stunning,” said Noah Petro, Deputy Project Scientist for LRO at … Continue reading
This is for any fellow science geeks and space enthusiasts out there: Some amazing flyover views of Pluto and its moon Charon.
I have made it clear that I am a bit of a science geek in addition to my other idiosyncrasie. This is a look at the Hubble Space Telescope and the universe it has revealed.
Now that I have aired some of the atheist movement’s dirty laundry exposing some atheists’ prejudices, I want to give you a chance to view some of the best arguments for embracing science and not diety based mythology. For the … Continue reading
If you are a science/astronomy Geek/Nerd like me you will find this feature length view of the universe fascinating. Best viewed in a darkened room and in HD.
I read the wonderful column, I’ve included below, by Rex W. Huppke from the Chicago Tribune about the importance of logic and how we need the lesson we learned from Spock more than ever given the anti-science trend among many … Continue reading
From NASA and the residents of the International Space Station comes this breathtaking look at Sunrise and the Northern Lights. This story selected by Fairy JerBear for it’s value to LGBTQIA persons and their allies
Here’s an excerpt from Carla Ho’s interesting report at the Calgary Herald: Calgary photographer Brett Abernethy was out in Banff shooting aurora over the night sky early Saturday when he captured what appeared to be a fireball zipping over the mountains. Abernethy said … Continue reading
I think you’ll find this really amazing. It’s a fly through a super high resolution photo of the Andromeda Galaxy courtesy of NASA and the Hubble Space Telescope.
All images via Tumblr
An amazing look into the huge, extremely high resolution image of the Andromeda Galaxy taken by the Hubble Space Telescope.
Happy holidays from the universe and spiral galaxies NGC 2207 & IC 2163. Here’s the photo from NASA followed by the story from Macrina Cooper-White writing for Huffington Post Science… Spiral galaxies NGC 2207 and IC 2163 (Click on image … Continue reading
This is fascinating if you are a queer science nerd like me. Here’s TRIS REID-SMITH writing for Gay Star News… New research shows homosexuality helps humans bond Scientists have found a possible reason why homosexuality exists and does not die … Continue reading
A great op-ed from Jack Andraka writing for the Advocate on how one gay scientist inspired another… The LGBT community needs more role models like Alan Turing, says young scientist Jack Andraka. In a field dominated by heterosexual giants, science … Continue reading
An animated look at Neil deGrasse Tyson’s life story. From his humble beginnings as a subatomic particle to planetarium director to rockstar astrophysicist. *Not narrated by Carl Sagan, but we think Tim did a good job paying homage to him. … Continue reading
An amazing compilation of time lapse video photography from the astronauts aboard the International Space Station. Here’s what the site sagansense.tumblr.com described the video: The International Space Station – weighing 377 tons (on Earth) – covers about 4.5 miles per … Continue reading
Before moving out here to Santa Fe, New Mexico at the end of August, 1996 I lived and worked in Worcester, Massachusetts. So occasionally I check out the newspaper from my old hometown. I was delighted to find this great … Continue reading