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William Way Withdraws From Senior Housing

After a special meeting last week at the William Way, the future of an LGBT-friendly senior housing property is uncertain. The board voted unanimously to […]

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I am Trans

Inspired by a trip to the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Gunner Scott, the exective director of the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition, decided to […]

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Q&A: Frank Sherlock

Robert Frost once said that “a poem begins as a lump in the throat, a sense of wrong, a homesickness, a lovesickness.” Nothing could be […]

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“It Gets Better” for the Middle East

The Middle East can be one of the most problematic regions of the world – if you’re gay. But several gay men have released videos […]

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Preview: Beebo Brinker

Ann Bannon’s pulp novels about Beebo Brinker, a lesbian living in Greenwich Village in the 1950s and 60s, were unlike anything the world had seen […]

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Shaming the Gay Away

Yesterday on NPR, a reporter interviewed two men who had wildly different experiences with conversation therapy (also known as “reparative” therapy), billed as a way […]

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Preview: Freak N’ Queer Festival

UPDATE: The closing night party has been moved to the 700 Club. Music, art and politics converge at the new Freak N’ Queer Festival (Aug. […]

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Coulter: Pray the Gay Away

Ann Coulter, a conservative author and political pundit that’s no stranger to rattling cultural chains with her criticism of liberals, had plenty to say about […]

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Drag Race Star Coming to Voyeur

This year’s “Boys of Summer 8” at Voyeur (Aug. 12 at 9 p.m.) is being treated to some celebrity pizazz when Manila Luzon of RuPaul’s Drag […]

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Brittany Lynn Has Her Say

Brittany Lynn, er, Ian Morrison is the subject of a truly Behind-the-Music proportion of a profile in Philadelphia Weekly today. We give kudos to the […]

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Dan Savage’s Really Big Gaffe

When Dan Savage appeared recently on HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, the advice columnist and creator of the It Gets Better Project, promptly inserted foot […]

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Margaret Cho on Gay Marriage

Margaret Cho was invited to Joy Behar’s “Comedy Corner” on The View yesterday where she talked about her ever-popular mother, comedy and why all gay […]

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A Real Trans Story

Alex Drummond is not gay. And he thinks it’s important for people to know that. As someone who considers himself to be a straight man, […]

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Eagles’ Jackson in Hot Water

Homophobia in sports is a topic we’ve covered a lot lately – thanks to many professonal players and teams that have actually come out in […]

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Kenny Scharf Paints 13th Street

  Kenny Scharf has been a figure on the American art scene since the 1980s when he rubbed elbows with friends like Keith Haring. Known […]