Coming Up In January: J.B. Ghuman, Jr.

J.B. GHUMAN, JR. AIMS TO ACTIVATE AN ENLIGHTENED PRISM PERSPECTIVE IN PEOPLE WITH NEW VIDEO ART INSTALLMENT, “kEEp scrEEming” “In my work, I let my mind be the canvas, my heart its paint brush; then reality itself curates the path.”  — JB Ghuman, Jr.   Best known for his award-winning musical comedy, SPORK, JB Ghuman, […]

The Amazon Trail: Dorky Dykes

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 suppose I’m at my dorkiest about […]

Higher

Charles Hanna was born in Egypt, the second child in a prosperous family. Through his work and the challenges he faced, he came to realize that all humans, addict and non-addict alike, share a condition he calls Perception Disorder. He became aware of the critical importance of self love and the belief that there is […]

The World Is In Our Hands

Given the dire political environment in which we live at the moment, the reality can never be any clearer that the health and well-being of our world and its people are in our hands. Not only in the hands of our political leaders but more importantly, in our own hands. The fate and destiny of […]

Winds Of Change

I have been thinking a great deal about Diversity Rules Magazine and its place in my life. As I get older, I am discovering I am being driven toward a life’s purpose that was probably unfathomable years ago. I always saw myself being immersed in a life of queer advocacy, with any professional pursuit being […]

November Feature Interview: Epiphany Mattel

Diversity Rules Magazine welcomes Epiphany Mattel as its November feature interview. Straight shooting hip hop trans artist Epiphany Mattel takes aim at pretty people who make themselves ugly by refusing to wear the most important accessory — a smile — in her hot new single, “#FIXYOFACE,” out now. The track is a beat-driven hip-hop club […]

Coming Up In November: Epiphany Mattel

Diversity Rules Magazine welcomes Epiphany Mattel as its November feature. Straight shooting hip hop trans artist Epiphany Mattel takes aim at pretty people who make themselves ugly by refusing to wear the most important accessory — a smile — in her hot new single, “#FIXYOFACE,” out now. The track is a beat-driven hip-hop club banger […]

Seeing In The Dark

Belo Cipriani is a disability advocate, a freelance journalist, the award-winning author of Blind: A Memoir and Midday Dreams, the spokesperson for Guide Dogs for the Blind and the national spokesman for 100 Percent Wine — a premium winery that donates 100 percent of proceeds to nonprofits that help people with disabilities find work. Learn […]

A PTSD Memoir

David-Elijah Nahmod is a film critic and reporter in San Francisco. His articles appear regularly in South Florida Gay News and Hoodline.com You can also find him on Facebook and Twitter. Frances Farmer was a 1930s movie star, a celebrated Broadway actress, a communist sympathizer, and an intellectual. Best known for her mental health issues, […]