WASHINGTON, DC – Los últimos informes dicen que el presidente Obama ha retrasado una vez más el uso de su autoridad ejecutiva para proporcionar alivio de deportación a millones de inmigrantes indocumentados. El presidente estará esperando hasta después de las elecciones de noviembre para hacer un anuncio, dejando a millones de madres y padres bajo la perpetua amenaza de la deportación.
It is funny how no matter at what age you become, you will still be in some stereotype. Recently, I was having a conversation with one of my friends who is a little older than me. He brought up the fact that older men find it harder to find love in this superficial and crazy LGBT community.
As I sit to write what was suppose to be coverage of a young reality star in California who was brutally murdered in her home, I got word that another young woman had been badly beaten and ultimately succumbed to her injuries in New York City. By Sean E. Coleman These young women who never […]
As we get into the middle of the second decade of the twenty-first century, with technology and science advancing as an astonishing rate, modern medicine in the United States is far more sophisticated and knowledgeable than it was even two decades ago. New treatment modalities, medications, and therapies have combined to achieve longer life expectancies, […]
Lately, a very good friend of mine–who is also involved with the entertainment industry–has been encouraging me, as part of my growth and evolution as an artist, to become more at-ease with the “mainstream” part of the industry, that is, the artists and production people we meet and work with. I admit, even as […]
December 1 of 2012 will be the 25th International HIV/AIDS Awareness Day as declared by the World Health Organization and UNAIDS commission. More than being a notable benchmark it is also a significant watershed in combating the proliferation of the virus. All around the world the number of new cases are going down with increase […]
Kevin Clash Controversy Is Disturbing And Telling It’s the woodwork, you know. The woodwork has strange properties that predispose all kinds of people to suddenly emerge from it at the slightest whiff of scandal. Recently, we’ve seen the woodwork disgorge mistresses and whistleblowers in the General Petraeus affair, purported bag men in the Rep. Jesse […]
If ever there were a reason and a season to get yourself to the polls, this Tuesday is it. The future of progress and rights for the LGBT community in America depends totally on who wins the Presidency and which party controls Congress (more about that later). The candidates are sharply divergent on the issues […]
During last night’s presidential debate against incumbent Barack Obama, Republican challenger Mitt Romney took square aim at the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), describing it as a program “we would have to borrow money from China” to pay for. “I love Big Bird,” Romney announced in the “deficit” topic of the debate, “But I would kill […]
‘Rainbow’ Oreo Ad Woos LGBT Community When the National Biscuit Company (Nabisco) rolled out its LGBT Pride ad on Facebook, featuring a rainbow-colored creme-filled Oreo cookie, the iconic bakery never imagined the firestorm of controversy its show of support would ignite. Since the “Proudly Support Love” ad first appeared over the weekend, tens of thousands […]