A Word In Edgewise: Learning from Others

I recently spent 10 days in Amsterdam. Aside from the beauty of Amsterdam, itself, a city of which I am very fond, I was struck by a couple of cultural differences. While Twin Citians are great […]

GSA: A Support System for GLBT Youth

What may not be common knowledge is that every high school in the Minneapolis and St. Paul public school districts has a GSA. And most of the middle schools do as well. The widespread nature […]

Skirting the Issues: Whoops and Cheers for Hope and Compassion

Last month, I had the pleasure to again visit Rochester, Minn. to conduct diversity training and speak on living as a transgender human. As things turned out, I did a total of three events (!) […]

Ask Lambda Legal – Day of Silence 2016

          By Christopher Clark, Lambda Legal LGBTQ Youth & Schools Program Strategist Q: I’m a queer/LGBTQ student, and I’ve been out at school for a little while. My school’s Gay-Straight Alliance […]

A Word In Edgewise: A Picture is Worth…

Fifty-two years ago, I found it one of the most hateful, enraging, and sad images I’d ever seen. I’ve viewed hundreds, no thousands, of photographs, many bloodier and more ghastly as far as the explicit content, but […]

A Word In Edgewise: Different Ways of Looking at Things

It took a hundred years to prove, but Albert Einstein was right. Gravity does make waves, and the fabric of space-time does alter. Einstein calculated, as part of his General Theory of Relativity, that gravitational […]

And The Award Goes To…The Tretter Collection!

For those of us in the Twin Cities metro, our history is at our fingertips — something that is largely taken for granted. The Tretter Collection in GLBT Studies at the University of Minnesota has thousands of […]

45 Years With PHS

Research. Education. Clinical practice. Public policy and advocacy. All four components of the Program in Human Sexuality (PHS) at the University of Minnesota have earned PHS its current level of national and international acclaim. Nearing […]

Assume the Ecosexual Position: Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle

Attendees of Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle’s upcoming presentation, titled “Ecosexual Revolution,” had better be prepared. That is, be prepared for an eye opening night of candid discussion and a glimpse of the world seen through the […]

A Word In Edgewise: Reeling and Writhing … and Fainting in Coils

I was reminded when again I read the reminder that someone who speaks broken English obviously knows a second language, that we are becoming more and more intolerant not only of other cultures, but even […]

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