Manila Luzon called me from the road in the middle of a breakneck tour to kick around some questions and be her hilarious self for our readers.
Pieter Tolsma, Brianna Matthews, Jeff Swaim, Tom Rockman and George K. Gramer, Jr. weigh in on this week’s question.
In light of developments of the last few years, we caught up with the same three sources from the 2012 story for the cover story in this issue.
Denver’s gay and lesbian soccer club, The Goal Miners, are gearing up for the outdoor spring season
Their efforts and the efforts of all the trans people willing to publicly share their stories are working to humanize the media’s trans* narrative and create a safer space for the diverse voices and experiences under the trans* umbrella.
I accepted this into my own belief system, to run with blind faith and hope that God knew what he was doing, but there was always something that bothered me about the whole idea.
LGBT activists and allies from all over the state converged today on the Capitol in Denver for One Colorado’s annual LGBT Lobby Day, talking to lawmakers and ensuring their call for complete LGBT equality is heard.
“After having many conversations about this bill, I think that it’s time to go back to the drawing board on this,” Duran told House lawmakers during the final reading of the legislation. “What I’m going to ask for is to go ahead and put me out of my misery and please just kill this bill.”
On Feb. 17, the Colorado House passed legislation that ensures married same-sex couples who file jointly on their federal taxes can also file jointly on their Colorado taxes, despite the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.