As a gay man and as a personal trainer, the issue of gay men hating their bodies is one that strikes close to home for Davey Wavey. Check out one of his latest videos about gay men and body image. What do you think about this?
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WPRO will host First Congressional District candidates Democrat David Cicilline and Republican Brendan Doherty in a debate on October 24th at 6 p.m. The debate will be live on the radio on 630am, webstream, and web camera at www.630wpro.com. WPRO is accepting questions for the candidates. To submit a question of your own, click here. How do […]
Despite a perceived possible change of course, Romney campaign surrogate Bay Buchanan says Mitt Romney still opposes federal gay marriage recognition. A surrogate for Governor Mitt Romney’s campaign has clarified that the presidential candidate supports an amendment in the U.S. Constitution that would define marriage for only heterosexual couples. Bay Buchanan, a senior advisor for […]
Add a Twibbon to your Facebook & Twitter profile today and show your support for LGBT youth! Visit http://twibbon.com/Support/SpiritDay for an easy way to change your photo. Use GLAAD’s #SpiritDay tool and after you turn your profile pictures purple, spread the word by posting to Twitter and Facebook!
Wear purple on October 19 for Spirit Day to support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth and to speak out against bullying. For more information, see http://glaad.org/spiritday and please share with friends!
New York (CNN) — A federal appeals court in New York on Thursday became the nation’s second to deem the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional. The divisive Clinton-era law was passed in 1996 and bars federal recognition of same-sex marriages and says states cannot be forced to recognize such marriages from other states. The court determined […]
Kate Clinton-a Comedian b. November 9, 1947 “Coming out as a lesbian onstage is still a very political act; if it weren’t, more women would do it.” Kate Clinton is a political humorist with a gay and lesbian perspective. She is an actor, commentator and advocate for social causes. Clinton was raised in a conservative […]
By Kim Stowell Last week, I took the East Bay delivery route. I started in Barrington with a carload of copies of the October issue, going to Bagels Etc. and Starbucks. (I don’t know if I’m really allowed to leave them at Starbucks.) We used to leave them at Chiazza, but I can’t imagine that […]
Paul Cadmus-an Artist b. December 17, 1904 d. December 12, 1999 “It wasn’t much of a problem being gay, but one was secretive. You could get into trouble.” Paul Cadmus was one of the first openly gay artists. He is best known for his homoerotic paintings and drawings of nude male figures. Cadmus was born […]