• Changing the Face and Voice of American Politics


    Questions for Torey Carter. Founded in 1991, The Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund and Institute work to increase the number of openly LGBT officials at all levels of government, from local elections nationwide to the United States Congress. As Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer, Torey Carter is responsible for all fiscal policies, special [...]

  • Rainbow Gray and lgbtSr to Publish Collection of LGBT Writers Over 50

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    Editors Stephen Dolainski (RainbowGray.com) and Mark McNease (lgbtSr.org) are seeking submissions for a collection of LGBT writers over 50. OUTER VOICES/INNER LIVES (working title) Age is something we do, not something we are, yet our culture, including LGBT culture, has a way of decreasing our presence, ignoring our images, and lowering the volume on our [...]

  • Rescuing LGBT Africans

    Uganda anti-gay protesters

    Questions for Melanie Nathan. As an advocate for the rights of LGBT Africans, Melanie Nathan cannot be branded as a meddling Westerner. Although she has lived in the US since 1985, Nathan’s African bona fides are genuine. She was born in South Africa (and still has the accent to prove it), and became an attorney [...]

  • Aging as Art

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    by Ken Gergen, Taos Institute. It’s often been said that life copies art, but I recently found myself asking what if we looked at life itself as an art form? More to the point, what could we learn or appreciate if we could see aging as an art? I especially liked this idea, as it [...]

  • Cholesterol Is Your Friend…Huh?


    Cathy McNease is a nationally certified herbalist with a Diplomate in Chinese Herbology from the NCCAOM, a B.S. in Biology and Psychology from Western Michigan University and two Master Herbalist certificates from Emerson College of Herbology in Canada and East-West Course of Herbology in Santa Cruz. She lives in Ojai, Calif., and is the featured [...]

  • Update: Rescuing LGBT Africans

    Uganda anti-gay protesters

    We’ve heard from a number of people about our interview with Melanie Nathan, who has established the Rescue Fund to help rescue and support LGBT Africans in Uganda and Nigeria and other African countries, where being LGBT is a criminal offense. On February 23, 2014, Uganda’s president, Yoweri Museveni, signed a draconian anti-gay bill that [...]

  • Have You Seen This?

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    LGBT Real Estate Division a First in Nation. Dream Town Realty in Chicago has announced the opening of its LGBT Client Services Division, “a first of its kind in the nation,” according to Yuval Degani, president of the company. In an article posted on lgbtweekly.com, Degani explains the strategy behind the move and the benefits [...]


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