Queer Millennials Should Never Forget Edith Windsor's Name.

Say Her Name

  Queer Millennials Should Never Forget Edith Windsor’s Name.     Here’s the latest for VICE: ‘I had the privilege of briefly interviewing Edie twice, both times at LGBTQ events in New York City. The first was at Logo TV’s 2014 Trailblazers Awards ceremony, which […]

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El Weekend Wrap Up Número Uno: ICYMI

  El Weekend Wrap Up: Número Uno 22 APR 17 This was my week in cyberspace. Now let me walk you through it…   The disturbing truth… Fasten Your Seat Belts pushes you towards change… No Friend Of Dorothy …while helping you process loss. Sit! […]

Just Keep Pushing Forward

No Friend Of Dorothy

Just Keep Pushing Forward. Change in our LGBT communities happens when we find the COURAGE to fight back and speak out about the inequalities we face in our daily lives. We’ve seen what that bravery has inspired and implemented – from the 1958 SCOTUS ruling […]

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El Weekend Wrap Up Número Uno: ICYMI

El Weekend Wrap Up: Número Uno  01 APR 17 This was my week in cyberspace. Now let me walk you through it… A Deadly Dose of Homicide… Incredibly Hard to Swallow Aural Interpretations… Was It Something I Said? …and another DACA Deportion. Burned By ICE

Gay Workers May Lose Promotions Because Of Their Voice

Was It Something I Said?

Gay Workers May Lose Promotions Because Of Their Voice Most queer people I know are self-conscious when it comes to their voice; they fear that their homosexuality will be heard from a mile away. Because our culture is obsessed with this idea of people “sounding […]