Coming to terms with your sexuality in a fundamentalist faith can be especially difficult
So, as the Party attempts to fly at high velocity in the opposite direction around our planet to reverse time, I wonder exactly how far back the Party would like to take us?
Behind the screams and beyond the cinema of horror’s most controversial sequel: Rich Monetti takes a look at the depths of Nightmare on Elm Street.
Reflections on lavatory choice, sexual assault prevention, and the future of humanity.
Using terminology that makes people feel comfortable and included is not ‘political,’ it’s polite.
Perhaps one day, a Disney prince will kiss his prince and they’ll live happily ever after.
This loving mom believes her son has the right to express himself any way he wants, including as ‘gender creative’ and challenges people to see there is nothing wrong with his choices.
You think you’re helping, but it actually really hurts.
If we’re going to prevent violence we need to recognize that the origins of violence begin in childhood abuse, neglect, and abandonment.
What do loving and supportive parents do when their courageous boy faces the challenge of navigating the heartache of societal judgment.
The horror wasn’t a “one time thing”. Just the first time the world seems to be paying attention.
Yes, there are people who hate others that have opposing lifestyles. But there are plenty of people in the world who care and support differences.
After a successful show at Valencia College, John DiDonna and his cast went home. He heard some in his audience headed do Pulse along with many Orlando community members.
A step in the right direction.
Ed Madden gives a powerful reading of his poem written in response to Mississippi’s HB 1523–an anti-gay, anti-trans “religious freedom” law which, oddly enough, names poetry as a specific good or service that can be denied.