Volume 31 #2

A Home for Lesbian History

In this Q&A, Executive Director Jasmine Sudarkasa interviews the Friends of the Lyon-Martin House, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the GLBT Historical Society on their recent collaboration with CyArk to preserve the home of Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin… Read more »

October 2021
Volume 31 #2

Commemorating Our Past,
Creating our Present

A few weeks ago, I spent an hour with the women of the Transgender District. I must confess that I’ve been a longtime fan of their work. Founded in 2017 by three black trans women, “the district” – as it’s affectionally known – is the world’s first legally recognized transgender district… Read more »

October 2021
Volume 31 #2

It Gets Better, Wherever You Are

On September 12th, I was joined in the proverbial Zoom room by Katie Barnes, Helen Santoro and Yvonne Marquez for a breakout session at NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists’ 2021 conference. The session, entitled “Storytelling at Our Intersections,” brought us together for only the second time since a rapid-fire… Read more »
October 2021
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