Slice: Dining Out for Life 2013

Remember those days when the promise of a sticker reward was all the bribery needed to get you on your very best behavior? Dining Out for Life is on the horizon and it’s the best […]

Spring Non-Profits

The GLBT community of Minnesota is fortunate enough to be supported by many non-profits that strive to improve our quality of life. These non-profits work tirelessly to protect our families, our rights, and our health. […]

2013 Spring Non-profits Calendar

There are many opportunities all year ‘round to support organizations that are near and dear to our community and hearts. Here is a short list of upcoming happenings to make sure are on your radar […]

Rocky Mountain High

On May 1st, 2013, same sex couples in Colorado will be able to obtain a civil union by going to their county clerk or recorder. On May 1st, 2013, same sex couples in Minnesota will […]

An Interview with Tammy Baldwin: ‘Our Families Are Just Like Theirs and We Are Just Like Them’

Someday, there will come a time when we no longer have to call out when someone is the “First Woman” or “First Lesbian” or “First Gay” or “First Person of Color” Something-or-Other, but we are […]

A Word In Edgewise: Playing Well with Others

I usually finish a book before discussing it, but Gilles Herrada’s The Missing Myth: A New Version of Same-Sex Love is an exception. His introduction offers insights into avoiding adversarial barriers to meaningful discussion, which I apply here […]

The History of Gay Marriage

1. On May 18, 1970 Jack Baker and James McConnell, two gay men, apply for the first marriage license in the United States, in Minneapolis, MN.  Gerald Nelson, Clerk of Hennepin County District Court denies […]

The Elephant In The Room

On April 3, 2013, a group of five state legislators proposed a compromise bill for same sex couples.  Four Republicans and a DFLer introduced a civil union bill for consideration by the Minnesota state legislature.  […]

Through These Eyes: The Five Stages of Gossip

The Court of Public Opinion, that oft-cited, remarkably powerful thing to which elected officials owe their careers, is what exactly? Most call it a visible, impassioned trial through the majority’s widely held political and societal beliefs. Some […]

Arts Spotlight: 467

In the Time of Butterflies Through Apr. 27 Mixed Blood Theatre, 1501 S. 4th St., Mpls (612) 338-6131 Rafael Trujillo aka El Jefe (Boss, Chief) is among the gallery of ultra-right-wing dictators who ruled […]

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