Pride Journeys: Kansas City

Joey Amato is the publisher of Pride Journeys, the premier source for LGBT travel. Joey publishes destination reviews in addition to lifestyle content that is both insightful and engaging to LGBT readers. Joey has spent the majority of his career dedicated to the LGBT community, having contributed to numerous publications around North America. In addition, […]

Where Home Is?

Hello people. This is Nic the gay greek filmmaker with a new article coming from Athens. Lately, my life is a little bit like a John Cassavetes film, in a gay version of course. I face the challenge of a new morning job. I must stop the flirtation of my new, air hostess, neighbor (she […]

Amazon Trail: There Is No Place Like Home

Her most recent book, An American Queer, a collection of “The Amazon Trail” columns, was presented with the 2015 Golden Crown Literary Society Award in Anthology/Collection Creative Non-Fiction. This, and her award-winning fiction, including The Raid, The Swashbuckler, and Beggar of Love, can be found at: www.boldstrokesbooks.com/Author-Lee-Lynch.html I was recently contemplating my shoes, which, along with […]

October Feature: Natasha Stromberg

Diversity Rules Magazine welcomes Natasha Stromberg as its October feature. Natasha is the woman behind Genderbuzz. Natasha sowed the seeds for the Genderbuzz platform four years ago, when she created a simple slideshow about Global Female Empowerment on her Apple Mac at home. She was driven by her desire to create a business world where […]

Coming Up In October: Natasha Stromberg

Diversity Rules Magazine welcomes Natasha Stromberg as its October feature.  Natasha is the woman behind Genderbuzz. Natasha sowed the seeds for the Genderbuzz platform four years ago, when she created a simple slideshow about Global Female Empowerment on her Apple Mac at home. She was driven by her desire to create a business world where women lead […]

“Older” But Getting Better!

At 35 years old, Jack Tracy may be late to the superstar pop game, but in his new album, appropriately titled Older, he proves he can keep step with the young’uns. “I was a musical theater major in college because, of course, I was,” he explains from his home in New York. “I got spooked […]

Summer Is Almost Over

Tony Guadagnino is a marketing consultant. Located in New Jersey, his clients are based across the country, focusing on social media to build their presence on the internet. He studied creative writing in college and is currently working his first novel on the subject of bullying. He lives with his partner Mark. Can you believe […]

Romeo And Juliet Begins August 24th

A new, limited run off-Broadway show brings a daring production of Romeo/Juliet, asking the question: what is honest love versus what are societal expectations? Produced by Laura Elliott, Romeo/Juliet will be performed at Metro Baptist Church (410 W 40th St, New York, NY between 9th and 10th avenue, closest subway 42nd Street Port Authority Station). […]

Take A Stand Against Homophobia

Hello people. This is Nic Pourliaros the gay greek filmmaker with a new article coming straight ahead from Athens. As you already know I am greek and I am proud of it. If had the choice to have another nationality I would choose Italian. I love Italy not only because it’s close to my country. […]

Finding Meaning In An Ordinary Day

Therapist, Educator and Life Coach Diane Lang has dedicated her career to helping people turn their lives around and is now on a mission to help them develop a sustainable positive attitude that can actually turn one into an optimist, literally. A therapist and educator/coach of Positive Psychology, she has seen that it can provide […]