Monday, January 12, 2009

Join PFLAG Dayton and Ryan Kelley for Prayers for Bobby Viewing Party


Join PFLAG Dayton, Ohio and actor Ryan Kelley (who stars as Bobby, above with Sigourney Weaver as his mother, Mary) for their chapter Prayers for Bobby viewing party. Here's the details...

When: Sunday, January 25, 2009 at 3:00 PM
Where: Cross Creek Community Church, United Church of Christ
667 Miamisburg-Centerville Road
Dayton, OH 45459
RSVP: via e-mail: daytonpflag@yahoo.com or by phone: 937-426-8037

There will be no charge. We will be asking for donations at the event. Seating is limited.

P.S.: If your chapter is sponsoring a Prayers for Bobby viewing party, please let us know!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have posted this before but I don't know if it got out there. After listening and listening to people's arguements on these issues I am often saddened. I am very much into psychology and the truth of the matter is when we truely know ourselves we know that bisexuality is part of human nature in every human being. All this hostility comes from fear of self or ignorance. We are born with a dominent orientaion usually and if given the right variables and circumstances bisexuality is in all of us. This does't mean people are all looking at the same sex. They have done many studies on this. I believe christ meant I am you and you are me. The christ is who we are as individuals with integrity. This can be the jew, buddah, gay, etc. What we do to ourselves we do to our neighbor and vice versa. Every religious book is interpreted by us in a time era. Isn't it time we quit hurting one another? Bobby griffeth died for a reason. I do believe that. Things happen for reasons and we all die in a sense but energy never really dies so can we learn from one another and transform and grow. Mary Griffeth is an honor to hear of. These are only my opinions but I sure do believe in making a space for all of us without make wrongs. I do respect though where others are at and there beliefs. Isn't that what it is all about? I do believe our stuff is really our own stuff from our own pasts so why hurt one another?