It started as a midlife crisis when I turned 50 — I began a whirlwind journey to live a life I previously was not brave enough to pursue. I was restless and I didn’t know why.
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.
RE: FROM THE EDITOR: ‘Life After Youth,’ Jan. 15 // ofcnow.co/1At Equating youth with value = losing game I’m almost 60 and recently ended a long-term relationship with a 22-year-old. It was a sweet, involved, wonderful partnering. All of this gay age hysteria is just that. If you are genuine, actively curious and engaged […]
I cannot comprehend how Out Front would allow such a shallow, vile, hurtful piece of trash article on their websites and publications.
RE: ‘Speak Out: A trans* woman’s journey transitioning at work’ by Kallie Winners Original article found here. I am proud to say that Miss Kallie Winners is a friend if mine. What she has done for herself, and for the trans* community as a whole should be celebrated. She didn’t just fight for her true […]
‘Queer’ is not the temporary language of overreaching youngsters in some sort of phase. It’s a final – and deeply personal – destination.
Women are underrepresented in elected offices, and it causes a lot of strife and struggle when it comes to women-specific issues. What can we do about it?
I’d never planned on transitioning in the workplace. When I took my first dose of estrogen three years ago, I thought that I’d transition in college and head to the workforce as the gender I knew I always should have been. So I had mixed feelings six months ago when I was offered a summer internship while still presenting as male.
By Jeff Lubsen Has your healthcare provider ever assumed you were straight? Have you ever been asked to get an HIV test prior to disclosing your sexual history? Perhaps your psychotherapist couldn’t relate to you after coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning? These are all forms of sexual or gender identity–based microaggressions, […]
It can be surprising to note the similarity between the secrets to success for decriminalization 40 years ago and the keys to winning relationship recognition today.