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To celebrate the diversity of faith and spirituality in our community, Out Front met with local LBGT members of many traditions to hear their stories
As the world outside the dimly lit gay bars of the Mile High City evolves, the question bears asking: what are bar owners and managers doing inside to keep the kegs flowing as usual?
This newfound lesbian identity fit Bethea like a glove, and for several years she maintained a series of same-sex relationships and casual hookups. Yet even though sexual attraction toward women came easily to her, several of her hypermasculine friends in the music scene maintained that Jules Bethea was no lesbian — while at the same time, her maternal mates down at the gay bar would strongly proclaim ‘yes you are!’
Global LGBT rights by country, from legal protections to government persecution
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 […]
2011 anti-bullying law and activism of youth and families raise standards, but work still needed to make safe schools universal in Colorado
Should we remain distinctly defined, sacrificing none of our rituals and traditions for the sake of “belonging” to society as a whole? And what should that distinct community, perfectly envisioned, look like? Or, should we, as some wondered, strive to be assimilated into the mainstream culture – fully part of greater society and equal?
‘A lot of people, even including those in the gay community, still see HIV as a gay disease, which ads stigma both ways – to HIV-positive people and gay people,’ said Andrew Hickok, Prevention Manager at the Denver Colorado AIDS Project.
Photos by Chad Chisolm
Art at RedLine Denver gallery and the Center For Visual Art, Metro State University of Denver
Story by Denee Pino
Interviews by Matt Pizzuti