A Word In Edgewise: In The Long Run

Too seldom do we encounter an act of supreme grace and aptness. One such occasion occurred April 19, when Atsede Baysa, the first woman to cross the Boston Marathon 2016 finish line, gave her trophy […]

Big Gay News for Monday, August 20 2012

Today’s Top Headlines Lawyer Ordered to Pay $4.5 million to Gay Student Over Anti-Gay Blog Posts Gay Parades Banned in Moscow for 100 Years Gay Salt Lake City Night Club Bombarded by Fire Arrested for […]

Big Gay News for Tuesday, August 14 2012

Today’s Top Headlines Uganda: Against Odds, Gay Pride Events Take Place In Entebbe As Gay Ban Stands Firm, Eagle Scouts Return Medals Golf Ball Carries Anti-Gay Message at St. Paul Church Taiwan’s First Same-Sex Wedding […]

Big Gay News for Monday, August 13 2012

Today’s Top Headlines Paul Ryan on Gay Rights: “I Don’t Know Why We Are Talking About This.” With Promotion, U.S. Army Welcomes First Openly Gay General Democrats Officially Include Gay Marriage Plank in Platform St. […]

Dateland: A First… and Last… Date

The name of this column is Dateland, and it was originally designed to talk about my dating life. But that was two long-term relationships ago. Apparently, once you enter a “committed” relationship, you are no […]

6.24.12 Lavender’s Pride Central at Crave

6.21.12 Concert for Equality with Erin Schwab and Jay Fuchs

6.22.12 Rainbow Health Initiative/Pride Institute Pride Fruit Bowl

Through These Eyes: Hope Mills

Listen to Justin read this piece: Hope Mills Summers in North Carolina are hot. Impossibly hot. It’s the kind of hot that gives one pause when he reads a thermometer. “It says 80 degrees, but that […]

6.23.12 HRC Twin Cities Annual Federal Club Pride Brunch

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