Author: Meg Cale

Chefs Make Change: World Central Kitchen’s Dine-N-Dash Comes to DC

Chefs Make Change: World Central Kitchen’s Dine-N-Dash Comes to DC On June 7, Chef José Andrés will open the doors to 30 Washington DC restaurants for the annual  Dine-N-Dash fundraiser. The goal of Dine-N-Dash is to raise $500,000 through ticket sales for World Central Kitchen, a non-profit organization that uses the power of food to empower communities and strengthen economies around the world. The concept is pretty cool – participants choose a restaurant for their first course and make their way to others with a complimentary selection of 6 to 8 dishes and 4 to 6 drinks from each....

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5 Common Mistakes Everyone Makes In Online Activism

5 Common Mistakes Everyone Makes In Online Activism Online activism is an idea that’s trending. In Trump’s America we’re seeing more protests, campaigns, and hashtags than we’ve ever seen before. There are hundreds of issues that people are passionate about, from gun violence to education reform to LGBT equality. My goal with my book Slacktivist was not to write another book about social justice theory but to single out the most effective strategies to help create tangible digital action plans to impact real-world challenges. You don’t have to be a professional activist to post about the issue you’re passionate...

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Best Artsy Road Trip Pit Stops in the US

TRAVEL & LGBT Best Artsy Road Trip Pit Stops in the US Meg Cale I’ve been craving fun and sun lately. At this point, I’m a road trip aficionado. It’s not something I talk about much but I logged more miles before I turned 18 than many people will road trip in their whole lives. I’ve been craving a good west coast road trip for a long time and I got a taste of what ails me this past week with our desert tour before hitting up Dinah Shore. As I was wandering around the East Jesus Art installations, I...

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80 Photos of Dinah Shore aka Lesbian Spring Break

TRAVEL & LGBT 80 Pictures from Dinah Shore aka Lesbian Spring Break Meg Cale From 2009-2014 I didn’t really know any straight people. Sure, I’d have the occasional conversation with a cashier or someone I met at a conference, but my social circle was entirely made of LGBTQ folks. I was working for LGBTQ nonprofits during the day, promoting in the evening, and socializing with an entirely LGBTQ social circle. My world view was about as big as a hula hoop but lord did I have a good time. I was at a different queer event 3-4 nights a week,...

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30 Photos of Our LGBT Brunch Wedding Reception

  JOURNAL & LGBT   30 Photos of Our Brunch Wedding Reception Meg Cale  Dear Friends, Family, and Loyal Readers;   On September 14, 2017 – we eloped in a private ceremony at My Sacha Ji Wellness Resort on the side of a mountain in a tiny town in Ecuador.  We wanted our wedding to be focused on the commitment we were making and celebrating our bond through our mutual passion for exploring the world. Prior to our wedding we rappeled waterfalls, toured the Amazon rainforest, and zip lined across giant caverns in the cloud forest of Banos, Ecuador. Our...

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