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Month: January 2013

Margaret Cho is giving it away!

We were lucky enough to catch everyones favourite Drop Dead Diva Margaret Cho in Edinburgh two years ago with her brilliant show Cho Dependent.  The show has been turned into a live album and not surprisingly (to us at least) it’s been nominated for a Grammy.  To celebrate, she’s giving […]

Up, up and away with Cory Oskam

“I felt like an outsider, now I have a great support system and a great group of friends, which I’ve never had before. Life is great.” Derek Jory for Canucks.nhl.com Potty training, as all parents know, can be a tall task. Convincing a child to own the throne takes a […]

Brave Sadie’s dream

“Transgender kids like me are not allowed to go to most schools because the teachers think we are different from everyone else. The schools get afraid of how they will talk with the other kids’ parents, and transgender kids are kept secret or told not to come there anymore. Kids […]

Material Girls…and guys

“Money, money, money; always funny, in a rich man’s world! And who am I to contest such pearls of wisdom, offered by camp pop legends and fellow Swedes, ABBA? Naturally, they are right. As we all know, disco music can generally be relied on to tell it like it is. […]

Originally posted on Queer Landia:
  After Obama’s rousing speech, Richard Blanco became the first Hispanic and openly gay man to read the inaugural poem. Blanco wrote “One Today” just for the inauguration, and contains sweeping imagery of the United States that everyone can relate to in some way. For…

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