Monthly Archives: May 2012

Alan Turing – The Most Influential Gay Man You’ve Never Heard of

Your laptop. The smart phone. Apple. Google. Facebook.¬† What do all of these modern day technologies have in common? The answer is Alan Turing, credited by many as the “father of computer science.” A genius maverick of science, Turing is … Continue reading

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Freedom is Not Free, But Gratitude Is.

Growing up as a “military brat”, the armed forces have always played an important role in my life. My father, a retired USAF Colonel, held his position in such high regard and admired the countless military personnel that he encountered … Continue reading

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Lavender Graduations 101: A Course for Failure

Today, May 16, 2012, my alma mater, The University of Texas, is having its inaugural LGBT Alumni Reception following their Lavender Graduation Ceremony. What’s a Lavender Graduation you ask? Well, it’s just like a typical ceremony, but completely focused on … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day – Is a Mother always the first to know?

A Mother’s love for her child is powerful and undeniable. ¬†Whether you’re fortunate enough (or damn lucky, I say) to still have your Mother in your life, or if you’ve lost her, this Sunday, we honor our own and all … Continue reading

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Troup, there it is…

Our first blog post! On behalf of everyone at Troup Consulting, let me just say that we are incredibly excited to launch an official Troup Consulting Blog. We planned to coincide this launch with a few other exciting things this … Continue reading

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