James WorrellLooking back, 2011 has been quite a year, especially on the gay rights front, one of our major beats. Like the cardiac organ caught in a bear trap accompanying Jen Doll's "Plight of the Single Lady," there were times when, objective reporter or not, the stories we were reporting ... More >>
Today is World AIDS Day, the day to remember the 25 million people killed by the disease and the over 33 million people worldwide living with HIV. Earlier this year, we had the opportunity to profile Kevin Beauchamp and Howard Orlick in the Voice cover story "Maybe I Do and Maybe I Don't." Both Kev ... More >>
Gays get the freedom to marry—and for some, the freedom not to
This week in the Voice: Steven Thrasher tells the beautiful love stories of two same-sex couples. But while Kawane and Jeanette Harris got married on July 24, the first day they could in New York, Kevin Beauchamp and Howard Orlick -- both legally blind -- are staunch gay marriage advocates wh ... More >>
As gay marriage becomes the norm, oldsters ask, when did gay life morph into a Jane Austen novel?
A group of protesters demanding gay marriage equality briefly shut down the intersection of 6th Avenue and 42nd Street, near the northwest corner of Bryant Park, during rush hour this morning. It was a colorful event for the spectators who saw it. An enormous yellow banner was unfurled by ei ... More >>