All posts tagged "pflag"

  • Departure at PFLAG

    Lindy Perry-Garnette, executive director of Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays of the Metropolitan Washington DC Area (Metro-D.C. PFLAG) announced Tuesday, Jan. 12...

  • Open-House Anger

    Despite the lure of an unseasonably temperate evening, about 60 people chose to remain indoors to hear what Assistant Chief Diane Groomes of the Metropolitan...

  • Stuart Wilber, Seattle

    Stuart Wilber At 71, Stuart Wilber may be of retirement age. But put away your brochures for age-restricted golfing communities or shuffleboard tournaments -- he's...

  • Broadway's 'It' Boy

    Last year, Out Magazine named budding actor Cheyenne Jackson its Entertainer of the Year. ''It was a great honor,'' says Jackson, best known as the...

  • Pulling Out the PFLAG Stops

    Washington is home to many national GLBT organizations working for equality on nearly every front. When you look at the lineup for one organization's upcoming...

  • Metro DC PFLAG

    It's hard to miss the Metro D.C. PFLAG contingent as they march along the Capital Pride Parade route. This collection of parents, family and friends...

  • Safety Patrol

    Daniel Hays still remembers what life was like in his native Jefferson City, Mo., before coming out in 2002. Hays, an Arlington resident and president...

  • Jody's Family Affair

    This is a poignant time of year for Jody M. Huckaby, who in March marked three years as the executive director of Parents, Families &...

  • Talking race and orientation

    The local chapter of Parents, Families, & Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) kicks off a discussion series, Brothers and Sisters Under the Rainbow, at...

  • Shining in the Spotlight

    The spotlight that usually shines on Doug Spearman, whose roles include playing Chance on Logo's Noah's Arc, is the kind associated with Hollywood glitz. But...

  • Crystal and the Community

    The war room assembled June 28, a strategy session pulling together representatives from several corners of metro area's community. The police were there, along with...

  • Tending the Grassroots

    When the capital-area LGBT community looks for its boogeymen, attention often turns to the Virginia General Assembly, making itself more and more infamous by the...

  • Next Exit 4 Years: Mapping a New Direction

    Los Angeles and New York may be the country's cultural poles, but Washington sets the tone. The web of executive decisions, bureaucratic regulations, Supreme Court...

  • Parental Guidance

    Photography by Todd Franson ''I certainly didn't take this job for any notions about limelight or attention on me. As a person, I'm more of...

  • Victory Party

    As the sun set on the gay victory day, the rally supporting the Supreme Court's decision overturning sodomy had already ended. Signs were scattered on...

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