Over the past several months, schools and libraries across the nation have banned books dealing with sexuality, gender identity and race, due to increasing pressure from parents worrying about what knowledge their children can access.
Have you ever read a memoir that is so intimate, so revealing, so honest, that as you were turning the pages it felt like the writer was sitting next to you, speaking directly to you?
It was the 1970s and the gay life in South Florida was marked by its nightlife, and it's nightlife was measured by the Copa. As Tiny Tina, Ray Fetcho was one of its star drag performers.
You always wanted to make your mark. There'd be no footstep-following in your life.
The sign above your head shows what's going on inside it.
The last time you went riding, the weather was perfect.
Here. Try this. It fits you, but the color isn't flattering.
You've always looked up to your dad. Sometimes it happened literally, like when you were a child and "up" was the only way to see his face hovering over yours.
The audience roars. That's music to a performer: the best you can ask from a group of people expecting to be entertained is approval for your efforts.
Some things are better forgotten.
It takes two to tango. And foxtrot, and waltz, and polka, for that matter.
Another Pride Month is in the can. All that planning, preparation and execution of events is done, and now you find yourself with lots of time on your hands.