From our small-team athletic groups and LGBT social clubs to our big-name charities and organizations, all rely on people who sacrificed sweat and grit over countless hours for little or no compensation.
People in the LGBT and allied community learn to live with this sort of difficult, even uncomfortable, dissonance — I believe that we are all experts in it.
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.
And as exceptional as these times are, Colorado has always been a major player in the advancement of LGBT causes — even in our setbacks.
Sometimes my own principles contradict with each other — especially dealing with LGBT rights abroad.
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 […]
How often in our conversations about queer youth facing bullying do we hear LGBT adults say, yeah, once that was me?
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.
…the way I dress probably makes some difference in how people see me, I just can’t bring myself to participate until I have to.
In this issue of Out Front we explore the role LGBT–affirming organized sports play in our culture.