Standing Up For Women’s Health…Again And The War On Women!

New Jersey Senator Loretta Weinbergcommentary.

Today [Monday], with the cooperation of Senate President Steve Sweeney, we get another chance to stand up and fight to restore access to health care for New Jersey underserved women. With the announcement of unanticipated "new revenues" of somewhere between five and nine hundred million dollars, it is time to see if our "fiscally conservative - I'm just worrying about how we spend our money" Governor will go along with just $7.5 million restored for women. Oh and don't forget that much of that "new" money comes from those Wall Street bonuses given to all of those NJ millionaires who didn't move.

We were screwed

Editor's Opinion - The day after We were screwed. We expected to be screwed and we were. Thursday's senate vote on New Jersey marriage...

SHOW REVIEW – La Boheme at Priceton Opera Festival

I have developed a serious problem in reviewing Richard Tang Yuk's productions at the annual Princeton Opera festival - my superlatives are becoming repetitious....

Religion And Depression in Gay Black Men

Editor's Note: Antoine Craigwell is working on a major study of the causes and effects of depression in gay, black men. Based on...

So, how many LGBT people are there?

calculationNew research says there are about 9 Million LGBT Americans

Drawing on information from four recent national and two state-level population-based surveys, the analyses suggest that there are more than 8 million adults in the US who are lesbian, gay, or bisexual, comprising 3.5% of the adult population. There are also nearly 700,000 transgender individuals in the US. In total, the study suggests that approximately 9 million Americans - roughly the population of New Jersey - identify as LGBT. 

Allard Verdict Sparks Controversy in Morris County

In Morris County, New Jersey it appears to some gay activists that justce was not served in the severe beating of Jesse Allard. Hate crimes...

Off-Off Broadway’s Finest

The Castillo Theatre celebrates 25 years with its Young Playwrights FestivalOn West 42nd St. as part of the All Stars Project of NY (ASP...

Activists protest New York funding cuts for homeless youth

lgbt homeless youth Lambda Legal photoNew York, a city that symbolizes wealth and power the world over and is home to Wall Street wizards who regularly bank incomes of legendary proportions, is also home to thousands of street kids, a disproportionate number of whom are gay. Drawn by the allure of the Big Apple, destitute children from all over the country somehow find their way to New York, only to discover that its cold streets and bright lights do not offer solutions to their problems.

“Good People” is great theatre with a great cast

Show review.

The latest production at George Street Playhouse "Good People" is so, so good. Playwright David Lindsay-Abaire has written a great play about luck, choices and a lack of both for some very good people in America's "classless" society today.

Washington DC Council Votes In Favor of Same-Sex Marriage

D.C. may join five states where Same-Sex Marriage is legal The Washington D.C. City Council overwhelmingly approved legislation extending the freedom to marry to same-sex couples....
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