Opposition to gay marriage baseless and desperate

Published as an op-ed in the Trenton Times, Friday, January 09, 2009 In the opinion article "Pass marriage amendment" (The Times, Dec. 15, 2008),...

Internet based LGBT activism is gaining steam

How to organize effectively has changedLGBT Americans were outraged this past holiday season - and for good reason. At a time when families gather...

The Messiah performed flawlessly

The Messiah by George Frederick Handel Performed by Princeton Pro MusicaIf there lingers the slightest doubt that Princeton Pro Musica is one of New...

Justice Is A Journey

Reflections from the 2008 Soulforce Q Equality RideI will remember the feeling of cold metal around my wrists as I sat in the back...

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"Prop 8 - The Musical" starring Jack Black, John C. Reilly, and many more... A star-studded cast turns out for Marc Shaiman's "Prop 8...

Richard III at Princeton Shakespeare Company

SHOW REVIEWRichard III as portrayed in Shakespeare's play is certainly not a unique character in history. Regimes such as his, built on lies, betrayal...

Malcolm X was “gay-for-pay”

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Before any of us in the LGBT communities laud Malcolm X as our new gay icon or castigate him for being a black heterosexist nationalist on the "down low," we might need to closely examine the recent revelation that for a period in his life Malcolm X engaged in same-sex relationships. Also, before any of us in the African American community flatly dismiss these assertions as part and parcel of a racist conspiratorial propaganda machine that is out to discredit our brother Malcolm, we need, at least, to hear these nagging claims.