At the time, I didn’t know what being gay meant — other than it was something you didn’t want to be. Somehow, I knew claiming bisexual status wasn’t nearly as stigmatizing.
Moments after a raucous rally on the east steps of Denver City and County building came to a close, where supporters of the Colorado Civil Union Act urged a Republican controlled House committee to green light the relationship recognition bill, Brad Clark found a secluded tree and began to weep. He had learned about his […]
A Denver man has launched a boycott of a bar that caters to the LGBT community because he believes the establishment’s ID verification policy discriminates against gender nonconforming individuals and is in violation of the state’s public accommodation laws. Vito Marzano, 27, was denied entry to The Denver Wrangler at 1700 Logan St., Aug. 31 […]
I have, on occasion, been asked which did I realize first: my desire to report or my desire for men. As it turns out, I had the good fortune to discover both nearly at the same time — in the fourth grade. I have been both a journalist and a gay person for as long […]
There are an estimated 7 million LGBT people in the United State’s private sector workforce. Charlita Shelton is one of them. “What do you see when you see me? What’s obvious? I’m black. And I’m a woman,” she says in an online video. “But what you don’t see is that I’m a very proud lesbian […]
The shy but determined executive director of One Colorado, Brad Clark, will leave his post in September for another undisclosed job at another organization.
I’m happy to report gay culture is a live and well. Not only is it still being shared, and in new ways, but it’s also evolving, as all cultures must.