RSSArchive for October, 2011

Creep of the Week: The infamous Linda Harvey (Mission America) on gay pediatrician’s care

Creep of the Week: The infamous Linda Harvey (Mission America) on gay pediatrician’s care

By: D’Anne Witkowski- Your son just fell off the monkey bars, shattering a kneecap and busting out some teeth. Your kid is screaming in pain, blood all over his face, and you’re trying to calm them down on the ambulance ride to the hospital saying, “It’s okay, you’re going to be okay,” while trying to […]

The Queen of Latin Pop: Gloria Reaches Out to the Gays

By: Chris Azzopardi Gloria Estefan isn’t called the Queen of Latin Pop for nothing. Over three decades – and counting – she’s earned it. Since needing a “Dr. Beat” to control her feet in the ’80s, then as part of Miami Sound Machine, Estefan has amassed seven Grammy awards and released 25 albums (selling over […]

Northampton’s Pride & Joy launches anew, grand re-opening celebration at new location

Northampton’s Pride & Joy launches anew, grand re-opening celebration at new location

NORTHAMPTON, Mass.- On November 17, Northampton’s Pride & Joy will hold its grand re-opening celebration. Since its inception in 1992, this store holds a special place in the hearts of the LGBTQ family. It is a destination, a rite of passage, and a top destination to buy fun queer gifts and Northampton souvenirs. The new […]

Creep of the Week: State Rep. Dave Agema’s only way

By: D’Anne Witkowski* There’s one thing you can say about the state of Michigan: it’s too friendly to gays. I mean, yes, it’s still legal in Michigan to be fired for being gay. And second-parent adoptions aren’t available, meaning that kids with gay parents are only allowed one legally recognized parent despite the fact that […]

David Narkewicz

Northampton Mayoral Candidates to Hold Forum for the LGBT Community

NORTHAMPTON, Mass. – Voters in Northampton, Massachusetts who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and their allies will have an opportunity to get to know candidates Michael R. Bardsley and David J. Narkewicz, who are vying to become the city’s 44th mayor, at a forum at The State Room on Saturday, October 29, from 3:00 […]

Deep Inside Hollywood: Timberlake, DeGeneres, Cattrall, Nixon and more Glee!

Justin Timberlake’s got the beat If you’re old enough to remember disco’s heyday, then you know Casablanca Records. It was the dance music record label of the 1970s, home to Donna Summer, The Village People, Cher and even Kiss (who scored their one disco hit thanks to the label). And it was masterminded by marketing […]

‘Footloose:’ So Much Gayer Than You Thought

‘Footloose:’ So Much Gayer Than You Thought

By: Chris Azzopardi/TRT Special Footloose is known just as much for its dancing as it is for the guy who did most of it: Kevin Bacon, who played Ren McCormack in the cult classic. But there’s a new heartthrob cutting loose on the dance floor in director Craig Brewer’s remake of the 1984 film. Meet […]

Thinking Out Loud: Who you calling a hater?

By: Abby Dees*/TRT Special Telling people who are uninformed or locked into intolerant thinking that they are in fact hateful isn’t going to bring about introspection. They will, at the very least, simply disagree; perhaps rightly. For another, it makes us look as reactive and unsubtle as the people campaigning against us. I’ve always had […]

MTPC celebrates 10 years of transgender advocacy

MTPC celebrates 10 years of transgender advocacy

By Chuck Colbert /TRT Reporter/ A statewide organization at the forefront of transgender-rights advocacy celebrated its 10th anniversary, marking the milestone with an awards ceremony and fundraising event. The theme of the celebration was “eXatic: Growing on 10years.” It was held on Thursday evening, Oct. 6, at Oberon, a theatre and nightlife destination in Cambridge. […]

To Cook is to Love: A Foodies Journal

By: John Verlinden Time to Fall Back Wow, can you believe it’s already October?  Old man winter’s just around the corner, and we’ll soon be setting our clocks back to daylight savings time. I’m all for saving daylight; our New England winters are short on it. Wish we could bank some daylight in July when […]

Thinking Out Loud: The biggest threat for our youth

By: Abby Dees*/Special for TRT- Forget politics – the real challenge is our families In my travels lately as a professional gay I’ve been speaking at a lot of PFLAG meetings. No matter where I go, the following people are always there: hard core straight allies with “Ask me about my lesbian daughter!” pins permanently […]

Free LGBT Expo in Middletown, CT

By: Jenn Tracz*/CABO’s Executive Director Join us on October 18th for our 4th annual LGBT business expo! This event is FREE for anyone who RSVP’s on the CABO website - Each October CABO members come together to show off their products, services and their commitment to the LGBT community. Are you looking for a place to get […]

Expressing myself in ink this National Coming Out Day

By: Jason Lydon/TRT Columnist- This summer, I spent a good amount of time on the road, traveling around in an adorable red Toyota. I drove to North Carolina for work, Chicago to visit friends, and my last stop was in the northern part of Michigan to visit my sweet friend Ron, a 47-year-old gay man […]

The realities of trans bodies: fully functional, or not

By: Lorelei Erisis*/TRT Columnist- A quick note to my readers: The language and descriptions in this month’s column are of a pretty adult nature. There was no way to honestly answer this question otherwise, but I thought it was an important one. I don’t want to fetishize anyone, but I am thoroughly intrigued and turned […]

What do non-trans people really think about transpeople?

By: Deja Nicole Greenlaw*/TRT Columnist- When the news that Chaz was going to compete on “Dancing with the Stars,” almost immediately there was backlash. Religious leaders and such denounced the whole idea of transgenderism as if it were going to ruin American youth by setting a bad example of “You can change your sex if […]

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