America Can No Longer Afford Pot Prohibition

Money can grow on trees.

So proclaims the National Organization for the Reform of...

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Your Community Newspaper

Some people might consider this the third issue of SFGN. Your publisher considers it the 208th...

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Dorothy, We Are Still in Kansas

Portugal’s parliament passed a bill last month that would make the predominantly Catholic...

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Gay Pulp Fiction Captures Our Hidden Histories

One of the most important gay books of the 20th century was Richard Amory’s Song of the Loon:...

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Do Heterosexuals Make Better Parents?

If you had to distill the concept of contemporary politics down to a single sentence, it would...

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SFGN's Hottest Bachelors

Valentine’s Day is one of those holidays that either you love or hate. The pomp and...

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My Dream ‘Valentine’

Bond, James Bond

By Matthew Clark

When I think who my ideal Valentine’s date, I...

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Keep It Local This Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is extra special when you treat your sweetie to something out of the...

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Smoke the Bigots Out of the Closet

A funny thing happened after Adm. Mike Mullen called for gay men and lesbians to serve openly in...

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CBS Embarrasses Itself by Rejecting Same-Sex Ad

We concluded last week’s editorial by saying gay men and women are normal neighbors. We are...

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Glenn Douglas Packard

South Florida’s ‘Dancing Entrepreneur’

At the age of 19, Glenn Douglas Packard had...

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SoberDating.com Alternative Launches

For Gay Adults in Recovery Seeking Love and Friendship

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Writing Your Life's Next Chapter

Recent studies show that the LGBT community has three prime financial worries: first retirement,...

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A Leap of Faith

When Norm Kent told me he was considering becoming a publisher again, rebuilding The Express...

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Ten Years Later

The mission of the South Florida Gay News.com is to create a paper you can call your own. When...

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Steve Rothaus: Journalist and Role Model

When Steve Rothaus joined the staff of the Miami Herald, it was 1985.  Ronald Reagan was...

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Alcee Hastings, Congressman

2010: The Year To ‘Ask & Tell'

As we welcome 2010, it is customary to look back on the events that shaped the outgoing year and...

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Gay Bookstores: A Dying Breed

Like many lesbians, gay men, bisexuals or transgender people, I came out of the closet with the...

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