The fight is still not over

Editor's Letter During President Obama’s administration, we saw hate take a back seat to love, and we saw the end of “don’t ask don’t...

Creep of the Week: Donald Trump

Hey, so how is everybody doing today? Feeling optimistic about the future? If the target audience for this column was KKK members and fans,...

Creep of the Week: Gordon Klingenschmitt

Something truly terrible happened in Minnesota. An elementary school teacher and his husband were busted for having sex with underage teenagers and filming it....

Knowledge is power

Editor's Letter Since November 9th, I have been questioning everything ... Everything. Many have said they feel defeated and are giving up. When did...

F**K  St. Patrick

Casting Aspersions  Here it is, St. Patrick’s Day yet again and millions of people will be wearing silly “leprechaun” hats and drinking green beer in...

The truth? You can’t handle the truth!

Casting Aspersions Now that the presidential election is in the past and Republicans are coming together with Democrats in peace, love, and understanding —...

Will the Supreme Court allow businesses to refuse service to the...

This past week the Supreme Court announced that it would hear the case Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. The case will have...

There is no going back

I am a gay American. I am a 60-year-old father of two. I write on Veterans Day. I am reminded of the words of Joe Astick,...

Kim Burrell reminds me how the Black Church uses, abuses Gay...

Gospel music undeniably has a queerness at its roots that has not only shaped the genre but it has continued to give gospel music its...

The aftermath of Orlando – 7 relative positives that came from...

It’s been a few weeks since a terroristic madman massacred 49 innocent partygoers in cold blood and injured 53 others at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, and while the pain of the largest mass shooting in U.S. history is still fresh for many of us, some of the smoke has cleared, giving way to a more rational perspective. Without the Everest-level emotions that flooded our collective consciousness in the immediate wake of the attack, thus distorting our cognitive thinking – and fueling our rage – we can now take a step back from one of the deadliest days in American and LGBT history to appreciate what has risen from our slain brothers and sisters’ ashes. Like these seven positive side effects.