Opinion | The Bridges of Our Lives

This time of year, my calendar is full of birthday celebrations for many friends and...

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Off the Wall | LGBT Cubans Who Changed History

Reinaldo Arenas, (born July 16, 1943, Oriente, Cuba — died Dec. 7, 1990,...

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Mombian | Telling Our Family Histories for LGBT History Month

October is LGBT History Month, and I could write, as I have in the past, about the long history...

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Letter to Editor | Hey, Holy Mackerel: I’m Sorry

If there was any doubt that social media sows discontent and division, media coverage of...

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OP-ED | Celebrate the Past, Appreciate the Present: It’s Gay History Month

We all have stories. Each of us has a secret we think is all our own.

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Off the Wall | Black LGBT Icons

Josephine Baker (1906 –1975) was an African-American dancer, singer, and...

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Off the Wall | Gay Nights on Broadway

Musical Theater Queens (noun, plural): Gay men enlightened enough to realize that stage musicals...

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OP-ED | Light Up the Stages

“Willkommen,” sings the master of ceremonies at the opening of “Cabaret,” the classic...

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Opinion | A Loving Portrait of the Late, Gay Friendly Televangelist

It's hard to believe that the late Tammy Faye Bakker would be 79 years old were she alive...

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Letter to Editor | Life Is Just Better Here

I’ve spent a lot of time lately reflecting on our city’s tagline of “Life is just better...

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OP-ED | Theaters Open, Crowds Gather, Life Begins Anew

Our gay community has become so frighteningly mainstream, we are on the verge of losing our own...

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OP-ED | The Best Laid Plans of Mice and Men

This year, I should have expected nothing different. There is an old Jewish saying, "Man...

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Jesse’s Journal | ‘Die Fotografie: A Novel' by Phillip M. Johnson

During World War II the Nazis conducted a series of medical experiments on concentration camp...

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Opinion | Twenty Years Ago to the Island City

Two weeks ago our nation paused to remember the tragedy and horror of Sept. 11, 20 years...

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Open Closet | More Than Just a Haircut

Coming out as nonbinary, I didn’t think hair would be such an issue for me. And yet, here I...

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Off the Wall | Will They Come After Us Next?

Many right-wingers are applauding the Texas law that bans abortions before many women even know...

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Letter to Editor | Wilton Manors Exhibits Leadership On Reproductive Health Care & HB1

On Sept. 14, the Wilton Manors City Commission approved resolution 2021-074 urging the Florida...

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OP-ED | More Ruminations from Covidically Compromised Chairman Norm

Health and Healing: Been getting some nice letters and emails from many of you...

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