Friday, January 18, 2019
Tucked away in small town America lies a hotbed of bias and social conformity that serves to suffocate individuality and expression. Those who lie outside of clearly defined notions of normalcy have the burden of either embracing or encasing...
Time and again, I am stuck by the divide between the actuality of transgender lives and the depictions of transgender lives in the media. There is a remarkable gulf between our own dialogues and those presented in popular media.

Deliverer of Doom

I hit a squirrel when I was driving home from work the other day. Two of them had run out onto 83 South, like they were playing chase. I didn’t have time to react. I saw them, then heard...
Friday, April 1 APRIL FOOL’S DAY Baltimore: Open City: Installation exhibit by Damon Rich, MICA students, and Baltimore locals investigates the ways Baltimore is and is not an open city. Thru May 15. FREE. North Avenue Market, 16 W. North Ave.�BaltimoreOpenCity.com
In a courtroom in Weld County, Colorado, a familiar drama is unfolding: The trail into the death of a transgender person is beginning. This time it's Angie Zapata.
With the baseball season heading into its climax for the year, the Broadway musical Damn Yankees on display from The Heritage Players is particularly timely. The lively production, packed chock-full of talented players, does the sport and the musical...
Thirteen supporters of direct-action group GetEQUAL were arrested at the White House fence Nov. 15 after handcuffing themselves to it and supergluing their handcuff locks.
Thirteen supporters of direct-action group GetEQUAL were arrested at the White House fence Nov. 15 after handcuffing themselves to it and supergluing their handcuff locks. White House DADT demo. 10 photos by Sean Carlson, Talk About Equality Thirteen supporters...

Daddy Issues

Being a father has taught me a lot about being patient and open. When my son, Lundyn, first came to us at age 15, I was surprised to find that he didn’t bombard me with questions about sex. I...
How many of us remember a time when our only concerns were who could jump the highest or run the fastest? When going to bed was a punishment and getting up wasn’t a chore? My grandma calls them “the good ol’ days”. I call them, the days when things were simple—a time when all my prized possessions it into my “cubbie hole”. Remember cubbie holes? Those cute little 5x4 bins with the shoebox size sections inside where you and all you classmates put your hats and gloves after recess.
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