By Jeff Epperly | Mar 6
At this point in the us vs. them ebb-and-flow political process that has engulfed and enmeshed this community and right-wing evangelicals ever since former Miss America Anita Bryant decided in 1977 to take on gay rights (as it was then called) in South Florida, you'd think much of our opposition would be ready to concede they've lost this battle in the courts of law and public opinion and take up more immediately winnable causes.
LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE
By Judah Leblang | Mar 6
Discipline has never been my strong suit.
By Dana Rudolph | Feb 27
A new picture book by Sarah and Ian Hoffman, Jacob's New Dress (Albert Whitman, 2014), is welcome addition to the small but growing number of books for and about young gender nonconforming and transgender children.
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By Richard J. Rosendall | Feb 27
February 5 would have been Trayvon Martin's 19th birthday. Jordan Davis would have turned 19 on February 16. There are too many other cases like theirs, and they are not restricted to Florida. To be young and black in America is to be the target of an astonishing degree of savage, unearned hostility.
By Rev. Irene Monroe | Feb 20
When Nigeria's "yan dandu" population no longer walked freely and publicly in their communities, it was a clear and ominous sign to of what was legislatively coming down the pike-a new draconian anti-LGBTQ law.
By Rev. Irene Monroe | Feb 12
When NBA center Jason Collins came out last year, it was the moment the professional sports world had been waiting for --a gay athlete currently playing in a major league who comes out publicly.