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Cover Story: 20 Years, and Out

A high school reunion frames the past, present and future of GLBT life in the Queen City

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 7, 2006
Few things inspire more unnecessary anxiety and an immediate wave of self-doubt in a thirtysomething's life than a class reunion. For me, there was one additional layer to my trepidation. Since   

Cover Story: Our Back Story

Highlighting Cincinnati's GLBT history

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 7, 2006
I'm fascinated by the history of the gay and lesbian community not just because I feel connected to it but also because it's largely unrecorded. There is so much to learn by just listening to t  

Cover Story: Fighting the Good Fight

The organizations influential in the gay rights struggle

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 7, 2006
Progress doesn't just happen by itself. There are people and organizations out there helping to push the GLBT community forward. Here is a look at a few new organizations and truly community-minded   

Next Steps in Northside

0 Comments · Thursday, February 7, 2002
The first time I heard about Crazy Ladies Bookstore was at my friend Sally's house. I am not sure why it came up in our conversation, considering we were probably in seventh and eighth grades at th  

The Year We Knew

0 Comments · Thursday, January 3, 2002
In a year when the events of one day changed the tone for the entire year, leaving our country and the world understandably preoccupied with reevaluating priorities, it is important to take a look b  

Back to Compassion and Other Basics

0 Comments · Thursday, December 6, 2001
It all started with plans to watch the premiere of the new season of Absolutely Fabulous, one of my all-time favorite television shows. I had been trying to get my best friend hooked on the show fo  

Coping in New York, a Step at a Time

0 Comments · Thursday, November 1, 2001
In the days following Sept. 11, I was honestly surprised at the way I avoided all the sadness and loss that surrounded me. At a time when most of my friends were drawn to the television, attending   

Bridging the Gay Generation Gap

0 Comments · Thursday, October 4, 2001
Call me a cliché, but recently my partner and I spent a Sunday evening at our local movie theater with a few close close friends watching Funny Girl. Until this night, I had not seen the film   

M Is for the Million Things She Gave Me

0 Comments · Thursday, September 6, 2001
Two recent trips, one to Los Angeles and one to my local movie theater, reminded me of -- despite my best efforts in therapy and the benefit of years of separation -- the role my mother plays in my   

Gay Is OK

0 Comments · Thursday, August 2, 2001
Fag. That's so gay. Homo. Hearing words like these quickly takes me back to my grade school and high school days, when being called "gay" or a "homo" was my worst nightmare. Now when I think about i