The following poem, A Memory, was written by Edward Carpenter, (August 29, 1844 – June 28, 1929) an English socialist philosopher, poet, anthologist, women's rights champion, sexual reformist and early gay activist*.
Better interventions are needed to reduce HIV risk among men who have sex with men.
Mean-spirited in the South -- ACLU Sues Mississippi School For Excluding Teenager Wearing Tuxedo From Yearbook -- Group Charges Gender Discrimination.
ATLANTA, GA -- A study by Indiana University researchers found that terminology and efforts to frame an issue -- often effective in influencing public opinion -- have no effect on public opinion concerning the ongoing debate in the U.S. over legalizing same-sex marriage.
Busy, Busy! That's the forecast for Neil Patrick Harris and his long-term partner David Burtka. Over the weekend NPH revealed on Twitter that he and David are going to become daddies to twins this Fall. Hands-on gay daddy Ricky Martin who has twin boys of his own had some advice for the gay daddies to be.
History File: On August 8, 1917, Carl Van Vechten, an American writer and photographer, patron of the Harlem Renaissance and literary executor of Gertrude Stein, wrote a short piece titled: "The Modern Composers at a Glance - An Impertinent Catalogue". Given some of his remarks in this piece it seems almost unsurprising and delicious to learn that Van Vechten, despite having married twice, was indeed a homosexual or at the very least bisexual....