Earlier this week, the Voice went on SiriusXM's Michelangelo Signorile Show to talk about our experiences at the UNITY convention. As we noted, this was the first UNITY without the official participation of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ). It was also the first UNITY with the p ... More >>
Over the past couple of years, we've had the chance to report about stop and frisk, the controversial NYPD practice of stopping hundreds of thousands of black and Latino young men each year. We've also gotten to report about the fight for gay equal rights on a number of fronts. The two previously di ... More >>
If they come out at all. Gone are the days of "Yep, I'm Gay!" magazine covers and grand-scale declarations. Michelangelo Signorile explains that today's gays open the closet door via a casual comment on their blog or a quickie mention in an interview. Why do it like that?
Here are the three biggest hand-wringing fears/misnomers people have had about gay marriage, even those who support it: 1. This unimportant issue will cost Obama re-election! 2. Marriage equality would have happened by now, if not for those on-the-down low, religious, self-hating, homophobic black ... More >>
The popular site Gay Voices' editor-at-large Michelangelo Signorile asked me for my predictions and hopes, as well as those of other "prominent LGBT figures," so naturally I complied, complete with plugs, links, and photo credits. And naturally it involves my love life.
photos by Julie Bolcer Thousands demonstrated in front of the Manhattan Mormon Temple Wednesday evening to denounce the church's anti-gay stances, then marched toward Columbus Circle to spotlight efforts to legalize gay marriage in New York. NYPD officers on the scene placed Wednesday's crowd betw ... More >>
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