Todd Elfman
Todd Elfman
May 9, 2012

Obama Gay Marriage Stance is Victory for LGBT Rights, But Why Did it Take Him 4 Years?

Obama has done more for gay Americans than any other president, but it has taken him four years support same-sex marriage. How can we be sure he will enact change, and not just talk about it?

April 10, 2012

Santorum is Gone: Gay Community Breathes Sigh of Relief

The drop out of the infamous anti-gay Republican presidential hopeful marks one less homophobe in line for the Oval Office.
Feb. 8, 2012

California Overturns Prop 8 and Takes a Huge Step Towards Equality and Gay Rights

In a large step for civil rights, California becomes the seventh state to legalize gay marriage officially and Prop 8 could go all the way up to the Supreme Court.
Dec. 5, 2011

"It's Time" Ad Helps Gay Marriage Activism Go Viral

An Australian TV advertisement advocating gay marriage furthers the cause of the LGBT movement.
Nov. 18, 2011

LGBT Affirmative Action Furthers Inequality

Rather than single out people for their sexuality, it should be a non-issue and all applicants should be reviewed in the same way.
Sept. 16, 2011

Steve Jobs: An Impossible Entrepreneurial Role Model

Young entrepreneurs should not follow Jobs' path, but rather learn from his passion.

Aug. 5, 2011

Access to Internet is a Human Rights Issue

The State Department is leading the charge for internet freedom, which will affect how the rest of the world accesses media.
July 13, 2011

Google+ Does It Better

Google's competition with Facebook manifests itself in a new social networking site that blows everyone else out of the water.
June 20, 2011

France Bans Facebook & Twitter On Air

France stymies social and economic progress by prohibiting news outlets from mentioning Facebook and Twitter.