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Michael Rogers was born on 12 November, 1963 in Suffern, New York, United States, is a Journalist, fundraiser, activist, blogger. Discover Michael Rogers's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

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Occupation Journalist, fundraiser, activist, blogger
Age 58 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 12 November 1963
Birthday 12 November
Birthplace Suffern, New York, United States

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Since February 2013, he has been a member of the WikiQueer Global Advisory Board.

Subway agreed to the first two and Rogers dropped his demand for the equal gift when the original gift was rescinded. Subway's headquarters wrote to all locations (as of January 21, 2013: 38,623) explaining how the gift was in violation of franchisee policies. The company also explained that the company's non-discrimination policies will now include sexual orientation and gender identity.


In 2008, citizens of California approved Proposition 8, a voter initiative to repeal the state's marriage equality law. Under the law before the passage of Proposition 8, same sex couples were allowed to marry in the state. Because the initiative passed, marriage equality for gay and lesbian couples in the state was repealed. Following the election, Rogers learned that a Subway Franchisee in Merced, California had donated $2,500 to the Yes on 8 campaign. Under threat of a boycott, Rogers made the following demands of Subway:


On October 17, 2006, Rogers reported on sexual liaisons between US Senator Larry Craig (R-ID) and unnamed individuals in Washington, DC's Union Station. Rogers uncovered a news story from 1982 that tied Craig to a sex and drug scandal in the US Congress. Rogers reported on more recent activity in various places throughout the nation. Rogers's report prompted Craig to issue a denial. Nine months later, on June 11, 2007, Craig was arrested in the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport for lewd conduct.


One year prior to the publishing of emails from US Rep. Mark Foley to a 16-year-old seeking sexual encounters, Rogers reported on Foley on March 4, 2005.


On July 7, 2004, Rogers launched BlogActive, a personal blog. The blog has been a focal point for outing closeted gay politicians who actively oppose gay rights. His work has been profiled twice by The Washington Post, including a 2007 profile which asked if Rogers was The Most Feared Man On the Hill.

On August 19, 2004, Rogers first major report was on US Rep. Edward L. Schrock (R-VA). Rogers published a set of recordings of Schrock using the MegaMates/Mega Phone Line, a service for men to meet other men for the purposes of meeting for sexual encounters. On August 30, 2004, during the Republican National Convention, Schrock ended his reelection campaign.

In 2004 Rogers appeared on the O'Reilly Factor with Bill O'Reilly. During his appearance Rogers challenged the talk show host because O'Reilly outed a member of the Massachusetts Supreme Court, while attacking Rogers's work. The exchange was reported in the Chicago Tribune.


In 2003, Rogers founded FixTheBricks, a website created to encourage local business to take responsibility for the public spaces around their establishments.


In 2002, Rogers founded Stop The Box, his first internet activism effort. "The 'Box'," referred to a 20 ft. wide, 10 ft. height and 8 ft depth unattended structure that housed a prototype automatic convenience store. The Box was owned by Tik Tok Easy Shop company. Rogers created a website and organized resistance among residents living near the store. He coordinated protests and education campaigns against it. Rogers also discovered that the internet domain registration and the company were wholly owned by the McDonald's Corporation. Rogers had a letter published in The New York Times relating to the machine. The machine was removed within months of its installation.


In 1993, Rogers founded a national network of fundraisers at LGBT organizations.


Rogers was a fundraiser in Buffalo, New York City and Washington, DC. His career began at the Western New York Public Broadcasting Association, operators of National Public Radio Affiliates WNED-FM, and WNED, and Public Broadcasting System affiliate WNED-TV, where he was involved in raising funds for the construction of a new broadcasting facility. In 1989 Rogers relocated to New York and became Development Coordinator/Program Manager of the Hetrick Martin Institute and Harvey Milk High School.

After moving to New York City In 1989, Rogers joined the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT-UP!). He, along with fellow Hetrick-Martin employee Ann Northrop, was arrested for participating in ACT-UP!'s Stop The Church protest at St. Patrick's Cathedral in 1989.


Rogers was born to a Jewish family, raised in suburban New York City in Rockland County, NY, and attended public schools. Rogers was graduated from Ramapo Senior High School in Spring Valley, NY. He attended Adelphi University (1982) and the University of Buffalo (also known as the State University of New York at Buffalo) (1983-1986), where he majored in political science.


In the mid 1980s Rogers was President of the LGBT Student Association (then GLOBE: Gays, Lesbians or Bisexuals for Equality) of the University of Buffalo. In 1985 he became the first board member representing youth clients on the Board of Directors of Gay and Lesbian Youth of Buffalo (Now Gay and Lesbian Youth Services of Western New York). From 1986 to 1989, Rogers served on the Board of the Buffalo and Niagara chapter of Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays.


Michael Rogers (born November 12, 1963) is an American fundraiser, blogger and gay rights activist. He is a partner, Managing Director and Vice Chairman of Raw Story Media, Inc., co-owner of Alternet Media, and founder and Director of Netroots Connect. He is also known for his work in reporting on closeted gay politicians who are anti-gay. He was the subject of the 2009 film Outrage.