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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November Feature: Aaron Paul

Aaron Paul was the lead singer of the successful internationally renown Pop boy band, WORLDS APART. The group came to the attention of Arista Records, Executive Simon Cowell (American Idol, Britain’s Got Talent and X-Factor) impressed by his incredible pure voice, natural performance skills and fun personality, Simon positioned Aaron as lead vocalist/front man and […]

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Amazon Trail: Affectional Preference

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. Hey, world, big news! Gay people are […]

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Honoring Air Force Pilot Leonard Matlovich

Mischief Night

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. October is the […]

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If You Could Read My Mind

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. David developed Post Traumatic Syndrome Disorder (PTSD) after surviving gay conversion therapy as a child and has found that many in the LGBT […]

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Coming Up In September: Jani Allan

Jani Allan is remembered as South Africa’s first celebrity journalist. She joined the Sunday Times in 1980. Soon, she had the highest readership on the newspaper which had a circulation of some four million. Jani was raised in Johannesburg’s privileged northern suburbs and read Fine Arts at the University of the Witwatersrand. As well as her writing […]

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Sanitizing Gay Culture

I have been thinking about something of late in relation to the gay rights movement. One of the objectives of the movement has been to integrate gay culture into mainstream thought and to work toward equality on all fronts. We all hope that gay pride marches won’t be necessary some day in the context that […]

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Coming Up in February: Lady Clover Honey

Diversity Rules Magazine is excited to feature Lady Clover Honey. Lady Clover Honey has emerged as one of the most versatile, Drag Queen, Television and Comedy personalities!  While she is well-known in the New York City area hotspots, she has taken the art of Female Impersonation from Gay nightclubs to mainstream film, radio, expos, broadcast […]

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Diary of a Black Man: Time Never Answered Back

Tarringo T. Vaughan always believed he had a love affair with literature. One of the first pictures he saw of himself was of him at maybe the age of three or four year’s old sitting with a book in his hand. But for Tarringo, growing up in the depths of the inner city both in […]

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Wineries of Long Island

Rob Saldarini is a college professor and inclusion training facilitator. Beyond academic publications and articles, Saldarini’s fiction work includes the novel, For the Least of My Brothers, “Leader of the Pack” within the Queer Wolf anthology, and “The Truth That We’ll Miss” published in Mob Men on the Make. I have always been an advocate […]

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