How can we coexist as members of multiple minority groups, and how can we check our privilege to be more understanding? We discuss this, and our collaborative photo series, #KissOutLoud, with the founders of The Each-Other Project.
Celebrating its 15th year, the Philadelphia Trans-Health Conference featured speakers from all walks of life and invited attendees of all ages, demographics, and identities. I took the conference as an opportunity to see a new city while learning and gaining a new understanding of the trans and non-binary communities.
Our friends at Edugaytion join us as we discuss what it means to be tolerant of someone’s “lifestyle” and whether or not that’s enough.
Growing up, I was always told never to talk about money and politics. That backfired, and became two of the topics I was most curious about. Since then, nothing has been off the table in terms of conversations and discussions. When I met José Rivera, Jr., a queer performance artist, he had the same attitude towards sharing, and together we noticed a major lack of openness from many others.
This year marks the 30th Annual AIDS Walk in Central Park, and the 35th year of the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus. Join us as we discuss some of the stigmas that face the HIV/AIDS community with one of very first members of the chorus.
Unrequited love is a universal experience and one that can tear our emotional selves to shreds. Whether it’s loving a stranger, loving a friend, or loving a lover, it’s a terrible inner conflict.