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By Andrea Weiss

Her playful humor, her barbed wit, her keen intellect, her iconoclastic spirit — these were just some of the things that made Sylvia so special.  What I would give to sit in the garden with her once more.

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By Laura Moreno

“Hello, new me. She’s now strong. She’s now confident. She is alive. She’s in love… I am here. I am her. I am transvisible.”   

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By Toby Jaffe

As someone who struggles with dysphoria, it was indeed a moving experience to both – paraphrasing Baldwin – see a corroboration of my reality, and uplifting visions of gender euphoria and pride in each of these films.

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By Toby Jaffe

The end result was a euphoric rainy mid-afternoon watching three flawed but wonderful short films on YouTube, all centered around the non-binary experience and featuring non-binary main characters.

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LGBT History Month celebrates the achievements of 31 lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender Icons. Each day in October, a new LGBT Icon will be featured in the following video.

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By Trebor Healey

Below is a longer version of an interview that I and author Michael Marshall of the recent memoirI Wouldn’t Normally Do This Kind of Thing did recently by email. A shorter edited version will run in The G&LR‘s Jan-Feb 2023 Issue.

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A slice of home security footage that went viral shows two Mormon missionaries arriving at a front door somewhere in Indiana and noticing a doormat with the words “Gayest…More

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By Geoff Cadman

That Gay Pride day on July 1st 1972 was filled with hope and determination and much has been achieved since. I do not like the huge cracks appearing in those first laid foundations. Below is my story from that sunny day in London, in the Summer of ‘72.

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