Skirting the Issues: The Wall

We met in the backroom of a Dunn Bros coffee shop, with three tables pushed together in a not-so-square rectangle. Twelve or thirteen people—I lost count—some in suits, some not. Government bigwigs rubbing elbows with […]

Dateland: Que Sera Sera

I’m writing this column on Doris Day’s 89th birthday. It also happens to be my last day at a company I’ve worked at for the past 17 years. It’s fitting that these events coincide since […]

America’s Favorite Gay Marines

‘Coming out of the closet’ is a quintessential part of the GLBT community.  We are a minority group that has to tell our families and our friends we are different.  There are millions of stories […]

Much Ado About Nothing

Who’d have thought “compromise” is such an ugly idea? During my interview with Richard Carlbom of Minnesotans United for All Families, I raised the idea of pressing for civil union legislation if same-sex marriage was […]

A Word In Edgewise: More Lessons from Facebook

As any Facebook follower knows, one receives daily innumerable photos of cats, dogs, infant bats, baby pygmy hippopotami, Friesian and Gypsy Vanner horses–all creatures great and small. I’ve always been fascinated by creatures the more […]

Ride Review: Mazda CX-9

The idea of choice can be a very good thing. It starts with a basic idea of what you want. Once you decide that you want something that fits your needs and satisfies your wants, […]

Through These Eyes: Aunt Barbara

Most of you reading this are members of the GLBT community. It isn’t easy for us, is it? Some of us lose family and friends when we tell them who we are and whom we love, and […]

Music: 468

Justin Timberlake The 20/20 Experience I wouldn’t go as far as to call this a comeback – that should be reserved for pop stars who go away because of drug addiction, cult membership, or crippling agoraphobia after […]

Big Gay News

BigGayNews from Maryland: Ben Carson Withdraws As Johns Hopkins Commencement Speaker After Gay Marriage Outcry The Huffington Post reports that Dr. Ben Carson, a Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon, said Wednesday evening that he would step down […]

From the Editor: Pacing in the Waiting Room

Have the votes happened at the Capitol? Do we have marriage equality? This issue went to press without any movement happening at the Capitol, yet. In the week between hitting “send” and it hitting the […]

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