My Two Cents

By Jim Koury, Editor/Publisher, Diversity Rules Magazine
© 2015 Diversity Rules Magazine. All Rights Reserved.


Welcome to the August issue of Diversity Rules Magazine!  It is hard to believe we are bearing down on the end of summer already.  The year has certainly gone by quickly thus far.  It has been an exciting summer,  needless to say in light of the Supreme Court decision to legalize same sex marriage throughout the land.  As the old cigarette commercial used to say, “You’ve come a long way baby.”  It’s only going to get better, albeit with setbacks here and there.

This month’s feature is certainly an interesting one.  Diversity Rules Magazine welcomes guest writer Joseph Gerbino and his interview with Anthony DeFiore, the founder and Creative Director of Neverland — billed as a costume ball with circuit music. “Neverland is like a Studio 54-style party” says DeFiore.  “Every group is represented from muscle guys, hipsters, drag queens, transsexuals, club kids, and more.”

This month also features regular columnists such as Lee Lynch, Kristen MacKenzie, and David-Elijah Nahmod.  Diversity Rules Magazine also welcomes Robert Kingett. Robert is a journalist and author who writes and speaks about many subjects including LGBT and disability rights.  His monthly column should prove to be very enlightening.

This month our friends at Purple Roofs take us on a trip to Kauai, Hawaii.  It is a beautiful gay island destination.  Over the next few months J. Scott Coatsworth shall bring Kauai to your computer screens in all its vivid glory!

Last, Diversity Rules Magazine is making another attempt at raising some funds to get back in print with a GoFundMe Campaign!  My focus is always on satisfying both print and digital tastes.  However the print version takes money and well, that is always the challenge to overcome.  The last Indegogo Campaign was used to pay off the printer bills and other straggler expenses.  This current one will help raise the funds to get it back in print and to pursue some advertising and other promotional avenues.  With your help Diversity Rules Magazine will succeed in its return to print format.


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