All posts tagged "religion"

  • Campus Crusade

    Across America, at various institutions of higher learning, some policies may seem less than enlightened. From Gordon College in Wenham, Mass., to Baylor University in...

  • A Man for All Seasons

    This time last year -- as in other years past -- there was a holiday-season ''smackdown.'' Once again, voices on the right warned of the...

  • Soul Searching

    ''Back away from the blog.'' That's hard for Andrew Sullivan to do, even if his partner and fiancé is the one asking him to do...

  • A Homo Haunting

    There are any number of icons that pop up at Halloween. Skeletons, jack-o-lanterns, ghosts and witches readily come to mind. And though none is particularly...

  • A Fight on Many Fronts

    There may be plenty of gay people who don't care much about getting married, but there is no question that marriage is an issue at...

  • From A to Be Bar

    Tom McGuire and Mike Watson are in the final stretch. Labor Day Weekend is set to mark the opening of their new lounge, Be Bar,...

  • A Change in the Pulpit

    The relationship between gay Washingtonians and the city's religious establishment frequently feels contentious. While gay churches such as Metropolitan Community Church offer succor, and the...

  • Worlds in Motion

    An unexpected moment in a quiet Cuban store provided an epiphany of sorts for Daniel Phoenix Singh. The store's proprietor, an elderly woman, was dancing...

  • The Big Picture

    Waves of Relief (Photo courtesy of Connect) AS 2004 CLOSED OUT with the tsunami of gargantuan proportions, 2005 saw more of the same. And the...

  • Reaching the Summit

    In December 2003, a handful of leaders from the GLBT African-American community banded together to challenge support from African American religious and civil rights leaders...