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    Donna’s Chronicles

    Donna’s Chronicles

    By Donna Sachet– This edition’s column presents the entire schedule preceding Imperial Coronation, so that those who follow all things Imperial may properly plan for a host of activities and…

    Couples Who Can Play Together Stay Together: Love Strikes

    Couples Who Can Play Together Stay Together: Love Strikes

    By John Chen– Serving the American people is what Stacy Stobo and Alex Alexander have in common. Softball is what bonds them. Love is what has continued to keep this…

    Deal-Breakers, High Standards, or Just a Fear of Commitment?

    Deal-Breakers, High Standards, or Just a Fear of Commitment?

    By Dr. Frankie Bashan– When you look around, does it seem like everyone has a “plus one” except you? Do your friends all comment, “You’re such a catch. I can’t…

    The January Election You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

    The January Election You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

    By Peter Gallotta– Democrats rule the roost in California. There are few other states in the union that arguably bleed as blue as California does today. Almost every state elected…

    Donna’s Chronicles

    Donna’s Chronicles

    By Donna Sachet– We can think of no better way to start the new year than with friends over lovingly prepared food honoring long-held traditions.  We attended two such gatherings…

    2019: An Historic Year for Marriage Equality Worldwide?

    2019: An Historic Year for Marriage Equality Worldwide?

    By Stuart Gaffney and John Lewis– Nicole Kopaunik and Daniela Paier of southern Austria sure knew how to kick off the new year right when they became the first same-sex…

    Discover the Capacity to Love

    Discover the Capacity to Love

    By Scott Tsui– While vacationing in Mexico, I met a married gay couple from Texas, Jack and Richard. They’d been together for 32 years. Their relationship began when they started…

    Hip Pain: From Denial to Diagnosis

    Hip Pain: From Denial to Diagnosis

    By Cinder Ernst– I am sharing part of the journey that led to my hip replacement. I’ve been dealing with pretty yucky left hip pain and dysfunction for a number…

    Truth of the Matter About Trump, the Wall and His Manhood

    Truth of the Matter About Trump, the Wall and His Manhood

    By Andrea Shorter– Okay, so, my previously mentioned wish for once and future Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi to be Time magazine’s “Person of the Year” did not come…

    ‘Oy’ or ‘Joy’ to the World in 2019?

    ‘Oy’ or ‘Joy’ to the World in 2019?

    By Stuart Gaffney and John Lewis– The end of one year and the beginning of the next provides us the opportunity—if we choose to take it—to reflect on how we…