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15 Nov Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran | Comments

Make America Gay Again

Make America Gay Again

I just listened to Senator Harry Reid, the Minority Leader address the Senate in regards to the enormous impact Donald Trump’s verbiage and actions have had on Americans who seemingly don’t fit the ideology, religion, ethnicity, race, or sexual orientation that Trump and his cohorts have adopted as their poster people. I know. Run on […]

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02 Aug Posted by in • Robin Lowey | 1 comment

Gays in the Military – Not Serving in Silence

Gays in the Military – Not Serving in Silence

In Col. Grethe Cammermeyer’s own words: If you saw the film, SERVING IN SILENCE, you know about my challenge of the military’s anti-gay policy prior to the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell law of 1993. If you read my autobiography, also entitled, SERVING IN SILENCE, written with Chris Fisher, and published in 1994 you “got the […]

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25 Feb Posted by in • Robin Lowey | Comments Off on Is a Wild Rainbow Safari on Your Bucket List?

Is a Wild Rainbow Safari on Your Bucket List?

Is a Wild Rainbow Safari on Your Bucket List?

In 1998, Jody Cole had a life-changing phone call. “I was whining to a friend about how hard my life was and how everything was wrong because I was wrong, and well you get the picture. But in my self-involved haze, I hadn’t taken the time to remember who the friend was on the end […]

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23 Feb Posted by in • Monica Palacios | Comments Off on Oscar Highlights from the Queer Señorita

Oscar Highlights from the Queer Señorita

Oscar Highlights from the Queer Señorita

Patricia Arquette winning for Best Supporting Actress and her equality for women, speech and watching Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lopez who were sitting side by side responding enthusiastically to her. Common and John Legend’s powerful performance of their song Glory and then their potent acceptance speech “we live in the most incarcerated country in the […]

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13 Oct Posted by in • Robin Lowey | 1 comment

Troubled Teens, Then and Now

Troubled Teens, Then and Now

FROM THE ARCHIVES: National Coming Out Day is over this year, but homophobia is still ongoing. This week a 13-year-old kid hung himself in the schoolyard at the same middle school that I attended. I remember my days in 8th grade there and how I desperately tried to pretend that I was NOT achingly in […]

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11 Oct Posted by in • Genderqueer | Comments Off on Gender-Bending Day in High School

Gender-Bending Day in High School

Gender-Bending Day in High School

A conversation with a bunch of high school students certainly gives one food for thought. Recently I had a friend sit with a group of teens at a school in Texas. It was Sadie Hawkins day. Back when I went to high school that meant the girls asked the boys to a dance. Sadie Hawkins […]

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04 Apr Posted by in • Genderqueer | 1 comment

Gender is Not Sex

Gender is Not Sex

Watching a recent show on transgendered people reminded me of a common thread I have noted since first advocating for transgendered folks, especially female to males (FTMs); genital reassignment surgery and its lack of necessity for many. At first I was quite confused as to why someone who was so obviously born into the wrong […]

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21 Feb Posted by in • Genderqueer | 2 comments

Beyond the Binary Gender Model

Beyond the Binary Gender Model

Setting aside what genitalia one is born with, most people conform to the notion that gender is made up of females and males. While most people are content with living the expected lives of the gender they were assigned according to their genitals, there are many who feel their gender is completely opposite of their […]

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09 Feb Posted by in • Genderqueer | 6 comments

When Identity Boxes Collapse

When Identity Boxes Collapse

Identifying as a lesbian for most of my life has given me a place to belong. Even when I produced my two children the ‘old fashioned way’, in my eyes, I was just a lesbian having heterosexual sex to create a child. Bisexual was never an option for me, even though I have had relationships […]

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24 Dec Posted by in • Genderqueer | Comments Off on Loving the Genderqueer

Loving the Genderqueer

Loving the Genderqueer

Recently I was browsing some genderqueer forums. I don’t often participate in the conversations, not because I have no opinion, but because I seem to be so much older than most looking for guidance. I feel out of place in a community that seems inundated with much younger people. I wonder had I been exposed […]

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