After three years at Out Front this is my last issue as editor, and I’m ending my tenure with a moment to reflect on the struggle that has mattered to me most over these years
Dave Montez, Jeff Trujillo, and Lucia Guzman weigh in on this week’s question.
It’s a phrase that is heard frequently in Hispanic culture — the idea of “moving forward, always moving forward,” resonates within the minds and hearts of Latinos.
“Are you gay?” I stared at his beady eyes with my mouth open as he shouted it right to my face and the entire class halted. I quietly denied it again of course
CGVA only offered spring and fall seasons at the time, but Speciale formed his own summer league, which has evolved into the many leagues Dive currently offers.
On March 5, Bonnie Robinson and Anne Guzzo, along with three other same-sex couples, filed a lawsuit against Wyoming for the right to get married
More than 30 local performers and artists will perform at Tracks on April 27 for Flame 2014, a Colorado queer music and art festival to raise funds for local charities.
The Dive Volleyball and Sports Center (Dive) is the city’s newest sports facility focused on providing competitive and fun indoor volleyball for all. Dive was established by Shane Speciale, a long-time Colorado resident whose background in the IT field includes the successful founding of his own public health software development company.
Pieter Tolsma, Karen Scarpella and George K. Gramer, Jr. weigh in on this week’s question.
This April, Out Front turns 38. In fact, the very first issue, printed on April 2, 1976, came out 38 years before the exact print date of the issue you’re reading now. As quickly as small LGBT publications tend to come and go, and as young as our movement sees itself to be, it’s amazing […]