Life Beyond the Gay Norm: Michael Warner asks, "Proud of what?"and finds an answer; Patrick Califia-Rice tells what happens when two transgendered men have a baby; Richard Goldstein explores the wonderful world of military chasers; Dodie Bellamy mixes it up, marrying a gay man; Kai Wright goes in search of homo Harlem; Eileen Myles is an unregenerate punk at age 50; Bruce Benderson travels to Romania to find happiness in the closet; and Philip Guichard hammers out a queer teens manifesto: Older men, lay off me!
Disruptions by Michael Warner
In the Age of Alterity, the Rainbow is not Enuf.
Family Values by Patrick Califia-Rice
Two Dads With a DifferenceNeither of Us Was Born Male
Semper Fey by Richard Goldstein
Men Who Love Military Men Too MuchAnd the Sailors Who Oblige Them
New York Knicks vs. Memphis Grizzlies
TicketsSat., Oct. 29, 7:30pm
New York Rangers vs. Tampa Bay Lightning
TicketsSun., Oct. 30, 7:00pm
St. John's Red Storm Men's Basketball vs. Baruch College Bearcats Men's Basketball
TicketsMon., Oct. 31, 7:00pm
Brooklyn Nets vs. Chicago Bulls
TicketsMon., Oct. 31, 7:30pm
My Mixed Marriage by Dodie Bellamy
Can a Woman Find Passion and Partnership With a Gay Man? Believe It!
Dangerous Liaison by Bruce Benderson
Happiness Is Living in Secret With a Man Who Doesnt Consider Himself Gay
I Hate Older Men by Philip Guichard
Lay Off Me! I'm a Boy, Not Your Toy, and I Want To Be With Another Boy
My Intergeneration by Eileen Myles
For Lesbians, Age Counts Less Than Attitude. At 50, I'm a Non-Recovering Punk.
Up From RuPaul by Kai Wright
In Search of Homo Harlemand a New Black Gay Reality
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