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Artist Profile: John-Manuel Andriote, author of Stonewall Strong

    FOR MORE THAN THREE DECADES, John Manuel-Andriote has been a critical voice on hiv-aids in such periodicals as The Advocate and The Washington Post. In 1999, he published Victory Deferred: How AIDS Changed Gay Life in America, his landmark book on the LGBT community’s transformation from disenfranchised isolation into a self-affirming political and […]

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Portrait Painter Juan Bastos on His Upcoming L.A. Show

    JUAN BASTOS is a portrait painter whose career will soon be on view at a major retrospective of his work at the Denenberg Fine Arts Gallery in West Hollywood, CA, starting on November 5th and running through the 18th. Included in the exhibition will be the covers of several issues of The Gay […]

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Editor, Richard Schneider on Healing Stigma

In this episode of Healing Stigma on Left of Str8 Radio, Richard Schneider, founder and editor-in-chief of The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide, joins Kevin Hogan and Scott Fullerton for a lively, informative discussion about stigma and the role social media plays in stigmatization. They also discuss the importance of providing LGBT writers with a respected avenue […]

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Sarah Schulman on Her Latest Provocations

    I first encountered Sarah Schulman in January 1997, when she was a speaker at “Literature in the Age of AIDS” in Key West. That was a world ago. We met again a couple of years later at UNC-Asheville, where she was beginning to articulate her ideas about “familial homophobia,” the central idea in […]

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