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Culture, Pride

Black LGBTQ History Icon: Gladys Bentley

The 1920s and 1930s introduced the world to a “gender blending” chanteuse and pianist named Gladys Bentley, aka Barbara “Bobbie”

Culture

DC’s Whitman-Walker Health Stronger than Ever Celebrating 40 years of service to the community

Since 1973, Whitman-Walker has provided healthcare services for Washington, DC’s LGBTQ community. 11 years in, the Whitman-Walker clinic opened the

Culture, Love | Sex

Gay Marriage Might Be the Best Version of Marriage

In these abundant moments of social and political chaos, I’ve been grateful for moments of joy. Birthday parties, drinks with

Culture, Movies | Television

What the Success of RuPaul’s Drag Race Means for Black, Gay Culture

RuPaul’s Drag Race has achieved a level of success and cultural ubiquity that evades most shows.  The queer franchise just

Culture, Politics, Religion, Uncategorized

The God In Me Sees the God In You We Don't Need The Approval of The Pope, Never Did

Let’s be honest, a LOT of people in the LGBTQ community have a “complicated” relationship with organized religion. A lot

Culture, Media, Movies | Television

‘FATHERS’ Web Series Imagines A World Without AIDS

A man remembers losing so many friends to AIDS that he couldn’t recall everyone who’d passed. Other men and women

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