Scott Terry
...words, art, opinions
"Art is not made to decorate apartments.  

It's an offensive and defensive weapon against the enemy."

- Pablo Picasso
This is one of my favorite quotes.  A friend sent this to me after I
completed my PropH8 sculpture after the passage of Proposition 8
that ended marriage equality in California, and I liked it so much that I
decided to quote Mr. Picasso on my web page.  If you spend some
time exploring this site, you'll understand why.
 And now, on June 26,
2013, the Supreme Court of the United States has killed Prop8 and
determined that the lower court's ruling, deeming Prop8
unconstitutional, is the proper determination.  My art sculpture is no
longer relevant, which is a great thing.

Thank you so much for visiting my page.  If you are here for
information on my book, Cowboys, Armageddon, and The Truth: How
a Gay Child was Saved from Religion, you can click the "Gay Cowboy
Book" tab to the left, or you can click here to be taken to my book's
Facebook page.

Cowboys, Armageddon, and The Truth can be ordered on Amazon in
either a paperback or Kindle version.  It is available on many other
websites as well, but I would encourage everyone to support their local
independent bookstores and order it there.  Any independent
bookstore can order my book via Ingram, as they would order any

If you are here to view my art sculpture on Proposition 8, you can click
on the tabs to the left, or click here to view the Youtube video.

If you are visiting this page because you are interested in my essays
for Huffington Post, you can read them by clicking this link:

Huffington Post/Scott Terry blog

If you are visiting this page because you are interested in my essays
for the Good Men Project, you can visit them by clicking this link:

The Good Men Project