Metro Weekly

All posts tagged "lesbians"

  • Say What We Mean

    So Tony Perkins, the longtime bigoted mouthpiece for the rabidly anti-gay Family Research Council, was rather apoplectic this past week over the news that a...

  • Global Briefs: European Push and Pull

    Lesbian Couple Loses Adoption Appeal Two French women have lost their appeal to the European Court of Human Rights in their fight to adopt, Pink...

  • Parker and Prosecution

    Lesbian Judge Won't Marry Opposite-Sex Couples A Dallas County, Texas, judge has announced in February that she will no longer provide marriage licenses to heterosexual...

  • Photo Finish

    A longtime fixture of the local LGBT community, photographer Patsy Lynch reports that she found resolution Tuesday evening in a deal with the Washington Blade,...

  • Honoring an Artist

    Coming to Baltimore for the first time, the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force's Creating Change, ''The National Conference on LGBT Equality,'' was bound to...

  • Pink Palace

    There's a refurbished dance floor, which will be flanked by tables and chairs. There's also an enhanced sound system and more lights. But the biggest...

  • Recognition, and Limitations

    Sitting with First Lady Michelle Obama at President Obama's State of the Union Address this evening will be Lorelei Kilker, a woman who came forward...

  • Catie Cares

    No matter how you look at her, Catie Curtis is certainly not unsung. Not only has the gay singer-songwriter earned substantial accolades for her craft,...

  • Folking Around

    For the record, Cheryl Wheeler is not an ''angry dyke.'' No matter what the Westboro Baptist Church says. ''Well,'' she says, ''I do get angry...

  • From Short to Feature

    ''I set out to write well-rounded characters,'' says Dee Rees of her filmmaking debut, Pariah. ''Each one has their own wants, their own needs, their...

  • Sapphic Glances

    ''The two women were very public as a same-sex couple,'' says art historian Wanda M. Corn of Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas. '' they...

  • Clinton's Administrations

      {Kate Clinton (Photo by Jurek Wajdowicz)} There's a fine line between charisma and charm. If charisma is the bait, charm is the rod and...

  • Carrie Evans Named Executive Director of Equality Maryland

    Equality Maryland, the state's primary LGBT-advocacy organization, announced Nov. 10 it has hired attorney and longtime activist Carrie Evans as executive director. The news comes...

  • Benign Fun

    Cancer may not be the funniest thing in the world. It's probably not even in your Top 10. But when cancer happens to a funny...

  • Seeking Recognition

    ''I think Paula was very similar in public and private, very passionate about her views, very funny, and at times very playful – especially with...