Some Are More Equal Than Others: Q & A With the Child of a Gay Parent

This week the Supreme Court continues it's argument on weather lesbian and gay couples have the right to marry in The United States.  While equal rights, justice and the obvious morality of not excluding a group based on their sexual preference is all well and good, most intriguing are…

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Q&A With Poet James Schwartz On Being Q&A

James Schwartz is the author of The Literary Party: Growing up Gay and Amish In America, a work of poems and short stories.   His poetry can also be found in Among the Leaves: Queer Male Poets On the Mid-Western Experience, Milk and Honey Siren: A Nostrovia! Poetry Anthology and…

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Trans Life

In the spring of 2012, I was hired as a middle school science teacher. The experience alternately elated and terrified me. One of the most terrifying moments came in March. I was discussing genetics with the 8th grade, trying to teach them the basics in time for the state’s…

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The Meaning of Marriage: In Pursuit of Justice

Follow more from Robyn here --> Gay Girl Revolution Is love the basis for every marriage? Is that why Ireland's deputy head of government, Eamon Gilmore, in support of marriage equality, publicly announced that he did not think it was the job of the state to "determine who people should fall…

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The High-Court Test for Marriage Equality

On November 6, three more states joined the ranks of the enlightened by passing marriage equality. Now nine states (Connecticut, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Vermont, and Washington) plus the District of Columbia are entitled to the moniker “equality state,” and deserve applause for riding the…

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Imposter Boy
Maybe if I jerk off over this picture enough times I'll start to look like it?

Imposter Boy

I don't know about you but I am sick and tired of our culture's definition of 'Man'. Look around at all the men on posters and billboards, in music videos and movies, in books and magazines, and what do you see? One of two portrayals: either the men are…

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