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By Jane Badler

My son had a vision for the world. He called himself “ANTIBOY”. He was against all labels and yearned for freedom to be whoever he wanted to be, and imagined a world where people were judged on their hearts and minds, not on their gender.

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By John Sacowicz

For my whole life, I have wondered what it would have been like to be touched by Tom.

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By Randi Triant

Somewhere along these years, I’ve made a conscious decision to keep writing stories with characters that have AIDS.

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By Bruce Skeiff

Let’s not leave out our ability to reach out to the authors. It can broaden and build our personal community in a time of social isolation – even without a pandemic.

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By Stephen Fox

When I came out in the mid-1960s, gay people were closeted, and drag was an underground art.

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By William McMillan
The shower in my motel room heats quickly, so I don’t have to be cold, wet, and naked for long. There’s excellent pressure, the water blasting out as if from a hydrant, creating a racket that muffles the noise roaring out from my chest. …

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By Jonathan Zepeda
If you were to encounter Carson Russell and his husband walking down the street in downtown Seattle, you’d find yourself in a pleasant exchange with a charming man. If you caught him in uniform, you’d likely thank him for his service and …

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