Big Gay News for Friday, June 22, 2018

Check out Lavender’s Pride Weekend Issue online here! Happy Pride!                              

BigGayNews for Thursday, June 21, 2018

Today’s Top Headlines Gay Man Found Guilty By ‘Homophobic’ Jurors Loses Appeal To Be Saved From Death Sentence Gay Vet Harassed By Homophobic Neighbors Receives Pride Present Following Pride Event, Kenya’s Gay Refugees Fear For […]

Captivating Catholic Speculations on Shakespeare – Walking Shadow’s “Equivocation”

Equivocation, a play by Bill Cain, speculates that the 1605 Gunpowder Plot to blow up the House of Lords did not actually happen the way history books tell us. At that time, William Shakespeare was […]

Arts Spotlight: 602

The Kinda Fella I Am – Stories It is right that those who write bravely are acknowledged for doing so. Moreover, those who write both bravely and brilliantly must be all the more […]

Finding Homes for Heroes

Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans (MACV) serves veterans and their families struggling with homelessness. For over 25 years, local veterans and their families have been receiving assistance for finding homes across the state of Minnesota […]

A Most Colorful Classroom

Minnesota’s 2018 Teacher of the Year Kelly Holstine shares her passion for teaching and life lessons from the GLBT community. A Minnesota native herself, Kelly Holstine grew up in Fairmont before departing for Massachusetts where […]

From The Editor: Let’s Get This Party Started

Break out the drinks. Turn up the music. And throw on those rainbows. It’s Pride time, baby! Even after the release of our massive Pride Edition, the party don’t stop, because it’s Pride Weekend in […]

A Word In Edgewise: Can We Talk?

Language is communication. We humans have communicated for tens of thousands of years, using sounds and symbols to inform, mislead, include or exclude others. Learning even one other language can give insights into a different culture and […]

Eat The Menu: Fireroast Cafe

If you live in the Longfellow neighborhood of Minneapolis, you’re pretty lucky. There’s a neighborhood cafe at the corner of 37th Avenue and 38th Street that wants to be friends. Bonus, they’re willing to bribe […]

Communication is Key

Advocate and teacher Jessalyn Akerman-Frank shares insight into why the deaf queer community is frequently forgotten. Communication is how we connect with others in the community. Whether we’re discussing similar interests, asking for directions, or […]

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