April Feature: Confessions Of A Puppy

The Story Of A Child Prostitute… Times Square in New York City during the 1970’s was a much different place than it is today.  Then it was the home of New York’s sex shops and peep shows, and where prostitutes openly worked the streets, along with the drug dealers.  The area was full of crime and […]

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My Two Cents

Jim Koury is an activist who is not afraid to ruffle some feathers. His main objective is to get people to think and think for themselves. He espouses Aristotle’s mantra, “It is the mark of an educated mind to entertain a thought without accepting it.” Jim does not force his views on others but just […]

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“The Liberators Of Willow Run”

Noted reviewer Velvet Lounger provides an overview of  “The Liberators of Willow Run.” www.lesbianreadingroom.com velvetlounger@lesbianreadingroom.com Some books are just important. Important to read, to feel, to remember. Some books remind us where we came from and how much we have gained. Some books can lift us up in a time of darkness and remind us […]

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The Amazon Trail

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: http://www.boldstrokesbooks.com/Author-Lee-Lynch.html Love Song The only one likely to get […]

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My Orion

Locally born and raised, James developed a gift for writing in high school. He continued writing through college and has many followers and fans of his work. His writing spans the generations. He is currently working on his first short story. I look into the sky and I see him. He has come home, returned […]

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Mainstream Gay

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. Being gay has […]

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March Feature: Tom D’Angora

Tom D’Angora is a multi-award winning Producer/Director who currently produces two of the longest running musicals in New York Theater history. Tom has been nominated for three Drama Desk Awards and is the winner of The Off -Broadway Alliance Award amongst others. Tom first made waves in NYC as a singer and comedian, winning the […]

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A Chat With Lina

Lina Bradford grew up in New York City, across the street from famed Carnegie Hall on the Upper West Side. Her career in entertainment began at an early age as a dancer. She studied modern ballet, tap and jazz for 11 years and performed in several companies throughout New York. Those same moves she learned […]

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Coming Up In February: Lina Bradford

Lina Bradford grew up in New York City, across the street from famed Carnegie Hall on the Upper West Side. Her career in entertainment began at an early age as a dancer. She studied modern ballet, tap and jazz for 11 years and performed in several companies throughout New York. Those same moves she learned […]

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Acord Takes on Susan Olsen’s Homophobia

David-Elijah Nahmod is a film critic and reporter in San Francisco. His articles appear regularly in The Bay Area Reporter and SF Weekly. You can also find him on Facebook and Twitter.  His column entitled, “If You Could Read My Mind:  A PTSD Memoir” appears monthly in Diversity Rules Magazine.  The following is a special […]

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