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How All the Presidents’ Men & Women Have Ruled on Marriage Equality

How All the Presidents’ Men & Women Have Ruled on Marriage Equality

BY PAUL SCHINDLER | Each of the last eight presidents has appointed at least one judge who has ruled on questions of marriage equality. The chart below shows how judges appointed by each of them have decided issues including the right to marry, state recognition of out-of-state marriages, federal recognition of legally valid marriages (in […]

Hot PrEP Seeks Same for BB

BY ED SIKOV | Back in the day, meaning the 1980s, New York magazine could always be counted on to produce sloppy, embarrassingly uneducated, heartless, but fortunately blessedly few articles about AIDS and its effects on gay men. The editor-in-chief at the time, Edward Kosner, was much more interested in the inane “Mr. Peepers” society […]

The Enduring Community Excelsior Bar Forged in Brooklyn

The Enduring Community Excelsior Bar Forged in Brooklyn

BY MATTHEW McMORROW | What’s in our local gay bars besides boys and booze? Found all over the world, often on their own in any given locale, gay bars serve as our informal community centers — at times refuges from a hostile outside world — where LGBT folks, locals and visitors alike, can gather, be […]

Some Enchanted Evening

Pines Party 2014, with a “South Pacific” theme, enjoyed the favor of mid-summer beach weather for an all-night bash that raised funds for the Stonewall Community Foundation — which supports LGBT charitable and non-profit groups in the New York area — as well as the Fire Island Pines Property Owners Association.  Music was provided by […]

Toastmistress to Ladies Who Lunch Everywhere Has Left the Building

Toastmistress to Ladies Who Lunch Everywhere Has Left the Building

BY DAVID KENNERLEY | Elaine Stritch, the legendary Broadway actress who won a 2002 Tony for her one-woman show but may be best known to  young audiences as Alec Baldwin’s mother on NBC’s “30 Rock,” died on July 17. Having long contended with diabetes and more recently stomach cancer, the 89-year-old Stritch gave up her […]

Gay Men Coming Together

Gay Men Coming Together

BY GARY M. KRAMER | NewFest, the New York LGBT Film Festival, runs this weekend and through Tuesday, and three of its more provocative films zero in on gay men’s sexuality and the sex they have. “I Always Said Yes” (July 28, 9 p.m.) is Jim Tushinski’s affectionate portrait of gay erotic art filmmaker Wakefield […]

The Sun Shines Again on Pride Day

The Sun Shines Again on Pride Day

PHOTO ESSAY BY DONNA ACETO AND MICHAEL LUONGO | Even though this year’s LGBT Pride March, marking the 45th anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion, lacked the triumphalism of last year’s victories over the Defense of Marriage Act and California’s Proposition 8, participants and spectators were in a buoyant and boisterous mood. Among those marching down […]

The Dyke March at 22

The Dyke March at 22

PHOTO ESSAY BY DONNA ACETO | The 22nd New York City Dyke March stepped off from Bryant Park late in the afternoon on Saturday, June 28, headed south to Washington Square Park. The annual show of lesbian visibility, famously unpermitted even with police cooperation, included well-known activists from Edie Windsor, the successful plaintiff in last […]

A Decade of Trans Justice Demands

A Decade of Trans Justice Demands

PHOTO ESSAY BY DONNA ACETO | On Friday, June 27, the Audre Lorde Project held its 10th anniversary Trans Day of Action, bringing together trans and gender non-conforming people of color and allies to call attention to continued violence and discrimination, while celebrating a legacy of resilience, organizing, and community building. Daisy Lopez was among […]

Blasting Past the Dyke March

Blasting Past the Dyke March

BY KELLY COGSWELL | A couple of Saturday mornings ago, I was sitting in a Toronto café watching the news when its World Pride rundown included a blurb on the Dyke March. They actually said it on TV: “Dyke.” And no buildings collapsed or fire rained down from the sky, though it was pretty hot. […]

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