RSSArchive for December, 2010

The OutField: Looking back at 2010

As another year winds down, The OutField’s inbox fills up.  Here are a few stories from 2010 we had no space for – but that merit a big ol’ LGBT shout-out. “Gay” and “NASCAR” are rarely used in the same sentence. But if we truly are everywhere, that includes stock-car speedways. And Michael Myers makes […]

A queerspective: The Year in Review

December 29, 2010 By: Joe Siegel/TRT Reporter 2010 was a year of victories and setbacks for New England’s LGBT community. A record number of openly gay candidates threw their hats into the ring, with mixed results. Many in the Massachusetts LGBT community were stunned by the surprise victory of State Senator Scott Brown (R) in […]

Deep Inside Hollywood: Best Gay Entertainment Stories of 2010

Modern Family goes there Modern Family began its second season the object of fan protest. Why, asked viewers, on a sitcom featuring a gay couple, is that gay couple never seen being affectionate the way the straight couples are? It came down to a Facebook campaign, some idiotic “Who cares?” mouthing off from co-star Ed O’Neill (who […]

Annie Lennox Speaks Out

By: Chris Azzopardi Gay icon releases new Christmas album – and opens up about AIDS pandemic, Perez Hilton’s ‘vicious diatribes’ and her own sweet dreams for the world Legendary status, earned through over three decades in the music business, hasn’t changed Annie Lennox. Despite being a global superstar, first making an impression as part of […]

Queeries: advice to LGBT people on Queer manners

“We want to help other kids fight bullying” Q: It’s been so upsetting to the queer kids at my middle school to hear about all the teen suicides lately and the awful bullying going on. One guy I know got punched in the face recently and his Facebook page was smeared with homophobic comments like […]

The OutField: Looking back at 2010

As another year winds down, The OutField’s inbox fills up.  Here are a few stories from 2010 we had no space for – but that merit a big ol’ LGBT shout-out. “Gay” and “NASCAR” are rarely used in the same sentence. But if we truly are everywhere, that includes stock-car speedways. And Michael Myers makes […]

To Cook is To Love: A Foodies Journal

By: John Verlinden/TRT Columnist This Year — Give the Gift of Love Instead of slogging to the mall and battling crowds all seeking that “perfect gift,” be a rebel.  Don’t pull on your goulashes and rush to the car, put on your slippers and stroll to the kitchen.  Give them something you made. It’s gotten […]

Creep of the Week: Peter LaBarbera

By: Dianne Witkowski Have you ever been at an airport looking around you at all of the harried travelers in flip flops and sweatpants stuffing their faces with dinner plate sized Cinnabons and thought to yourself, “If only there was a job that would pay me to grope these people?” Well, it’s your lucky day. […]

A disfrutar las festividades, y que tengan un ¡Próspero año Nuevo!

Por: Gricel Martínez Ocasio/Publicadora de TRT Este tiempo es uno particularmente difícil para muchos latinos de la comunidad LGBT (lésbica, gay, bisexual y transgénero). Durante estos momentos muchos de nosotros no tenemos el amor y apoyo de nuestros seres queridos, dada su ignorancia o dificultad de nuestras vidas. Piensan que hemos escogido vivir “gay” cuando […]

Simply Cher: Legend talks film comeback and son Chaz

Simply Cher: Legend talks film comeback and son Chaz

By: Chris Azzopardi/Special for TRT– They don’t make ’em like Cher anymore. The superdiva, and queen of all gay icons, has been able to successfully pull off singing and acting throughout her nearly 50-year career – and she does both in Burlesque, her long-awaited return to the big screen out last week, on November 24th. Cher’s role as […]

Not pro-gun but it all depends if our community is being threatened

By: Jason Lydon/TRT Columnist- On the day after Thanksgiving (aka “National Day of Mourning) my father, brother-in-law, and I go to a shooting range together to shoot handguns, rifles, and shotguns. This is a particular type of hetero-male bonding that makes me think of a couple other times I have gone to shoot guns. There […]

Estradiol extravaganza! My life on Hormone Replacement Therapy

By: Lorelei Erisis/TRT Columnist- It’s column time again folks! Normally for these things I use your standard advice columnist format, tried and true since the days of “Ask Ye Olde Village Idiot.” But one of the biggest dilemmas associated with being a columnist and a highly accessible trans-lebrity is that folks often just march up […]

Faith, Family, and God: Rudolph the (wrong message) Reindeer

By Paul P. Jesep*/TRT Columnist- Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer(released in 1964) that generations love and grow up watching sours my eggnog. It curdles my cream. I don’t like it. It sends the wrong message about family values. Sam, the snowman who narrates, is verrry annooooooying. Put him in a park, unleash the dogs, and […]

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