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WATCH: Logan Lynn Talks All Things Mental Health This Week on “Straight Talk with Laural Porter” (VIDEO)

Logan Lynn and Laural Porter on Straight Talk NBC KGW (2017)

I was the guest on “Straight Talk with Laural Porter” this week on KGW-TV for a 2-part special called “Mental Health in Oregon”.

We talked about recovery, music, mental illness, the future of the Affordable Care Act, homelessness, the Keep Oregon Well social movement to end stigma and more! Dr. Derald Walker from Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare is also a guest on the show.

Watch both segments below!

“Straight Talk: Mental Health in Oregon (Part 1)”

“Straight Talk: Mental Health in Oregon (Part 2)”

Logan Lynn Featured in 3 Part Interview Series on the Sonicbids Blog This Month

Logan Lynn Social Media Sonicbids Article

I was interviewed by Sonicbids this month for a 3 part blog series. Read “The Indie Artist’s Guide to Talking Politics on Social Media” HERE, “Top 10 Qualities to Look for in a Tourmate” HERE, and “Low Turnout at Your Show? Here are 10 Secrets for Making the Night a Success Anyway” HERE.

Here are some of my quotes from the pieces, as well:
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Join Logan Lynn and Friends for an LGBTQ Reception for Governor John Kitzhaber September 30th

Kitzhaber Event

Hello my darling queer & trans friends in Oregon! As you already know, Governor John Kitzhaber has been a lifelong advocate for LGBTQ equality and in his role as Governor, he has continually fought against discrimination. He has appointed more out-LGBTQ Oregonians to leadership positions than any other governor in Oregon history.

Please join me this coming Tuesday (September 30th) for an LGBTQ reception for the Governor at The East Side Exchange Building in Portland to show your support!

Here’s the scoop:
Tuesday, September 30th
6:00 pm—8:00 pm — General Reception

The Exchange Ballroom
The East Side Exchange Building
123 NE 3rd Ave
Portland, OR, 97232
General Reception Admission Rate: $250
Young Politico (under 30 years old): $30
Non-profit Staff: $75

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS, or you can RSVP to Daniel@johnkitzhaber.com or by phone at 804-310-1229.

See you there!

Logan Lynn: Marriage Discrimination 2012 – Smells Like Freedom

(Originally published on The Huffington Post on 2/2/2012)

As you probably have heard, the Washington State Senate passed a marriage equality bill Wednesday night, clearing the way for a vote in the House, which looks poised to legalize unions for same-sex couples throughout the state. This means that if I walk out of my house in Portland, Ore. and drive across the I-5 bridge to Vancouver, Wash. (less than five miles away from my front door), I am now considered equal to my heterosexual counterparts and can legally marry the man I love, but once I drive back over that bridge to my house in the state I pay taxes to, I become a second-class citizen once again and cannot.

Well, fuck that, Oregon — and fuck that, America! How can people hate me and my love so much? All my life I have just wanted to be myself. I have wished for others to respect me as a human being in return for respecting them, but instead, I have been made to feel like something less than by my country, by my fellow man and, once again, just moments ago, by my home state.

I smell freedom across the I-5 bridge to Washington, and I want it. I deserve it. I am thrilled for my brothers and sisters in our neighboring state, but being able to see equality now just over the river has added insult to injury. Equality is mine to have as a citizen of this country and is, quite frankly, no one else’s to give. Marriage discrimination, as with any form of discrimination, is truly a cancer on our society. It destroys everything we work so hard to protect, and it weakens us. It strips away our freedom and is just plain un-American.

We are entering into a political vortex this year, with campaigns and agendas flying by every which way. I encourage you to stay focused on equality. Keep fighting to be yourself. Demand respect as a human being, and in return, respect others. Do not let your country make you feel less than any longer, because you are not. You are exactly who you are supposed to be, and don’t let the state of Oregon or any other bigots who “aren’t ready” for marriage equality tell you otherwise.

This is your country, and your love is just as beautiful as anyone else’s love. The end.

We are going to win this. All of us. Any day now…

To get involved in the LGBT community where you live, click here. Change starts with you.

LOGAN LYNN’S NEW RECORD “I KILLED TOMORROW YESTERDAY” IS OUT NOW! 100% OF THE PROCEEDS GO TO CHARITY. GET YOURS HERE NOW!



My new record “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday” was produced by Bryan Cecil and self-released as a fundraiser for Q Center on Tuesday, August 31st. You can preview and purchase the record on iTunes by clicking HERE or on the album cover below. 100% of the proceeds from sales go to benefit Portland’s Q Center.

Download 2 of the new songs free by clicking HERE.

Logan Lynn: “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday” (2010)
Produced, Mixed & Mastered by Bryan Cecil.

1. Things Are Looking Up
2. Smoke Rings
3. Velocity
4. Quickly As We Pass
5. I Erased Who I Was For You
6. Fly Me Through
7. Tennis Whites
8. It’s Too Late
9. A Hundred Years Of Letting Me Down
10. Fall Into New Arms

(If you need assistance or have any questions, please contact Info@LoganLynnMusic.com)





 

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