Creep of the Week: Manny Pacquiao

PacquaiaoCreep of the Week

Let's pretend that it's your job to get punched in the head over and over and over again by muscular men who train for hours every day with the specific goal of hitting you harder. Granted, you also hit these men in the head, but that doesn't change the fact that getting punched is your job. And you do this for years.

Stay focused, diligent and be proactive

Publisher's letter The long election cycle has ended. But it is not a result that LGBTs expect to be happy with. Progressive activists and...

Alec Baldwin and homophobia: A race-based double standard?

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Alec Baldwin has done it again — caught on camera in a cussing tirade hurling anti-gay epithets at the vulturous paparazzi on his heels. This time Baldwin's accused of spewing out the phrase, "c-ksucking f-g."

Four ways today’s love is changed

There was a time, in a white-dominated, male-regulated, tone-deaf, Protestant version of America, when "love" was patient and kind, not envious, boastful, or proud....

The Women’s March on Washington highlights old and new tensions

The number of people who took to the streets for Women’s March on Washington in D.C. and its sister marches across the country, and...

LGBT Pride events display disparities

June is Pride Month for LGBT communities across the country — and parades abound. While we all rev up each June for pride so,...

A long night begins

Casting Aspersions This is a sad day indeed. To see some of our worst enemies glowing with the pride of victory is a hard thing...

Vaporizing Stonewall

Commentary I'm writing about an issue that sheds new light on a subject we all think we know: Stonewall.  Earlier this week, my husband Jason,...

Hope is a wicked mistress

Sam Martino profile 2013Editor's Letter: With all the violence in the world, my hope was waning. Then yesterday, Out In Jersey's Editor Emeritus, Toby Grace, called me and spoke of a random act of kindness he witnessed, and just like that, my hope was restored. If only for a few minutes.

Our future is now

Editor's Letter This year’s Pride, I feel, will be one of the most important to take place since Stonewall. We have seen so many...