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    Ann Rostow: Marriage, Yes. Equality, Not Yet

    Ann Rostow: Marriage, Yes. Equality, Not Yet

    By Ann Rostow Marriage, Yes. Equality, Not Yet The fight for marriage equality is over. Yes, perhaps a few clerks will balk here and there and the more conservative GOP…

    In the News

    By Dennis McMillan Documentary on 1961 Homosexuality Rediscovered A recently discovered hour-long documentary The Rejected, on the “homosexual problem” shows some differing views on homosexuality from several different standpoints. It…

    Post-Obergefell: California Same-Sex Couples and the New Era of Federal and State Marriage Recognition

    By Alma Soongi Beck, J.D., LL.M. Taxation, Certified Specialist, Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law, State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization Once again, June 26 has become a…

    What Now for the Gays? Reflections on the State of Our LGBT Movement in the Wake of Obergefell

    What Now for the Gays? Reflections  on the State of Our LGBT Movement  in the Wake of Obergefell

    The Supremes have done it again. Another Pride season has come and gone, and with it, another momentous Anthony Kennedy opinion affirming the shared humanity of gays and lesbians. Not…

    Juggling the Gay (LGBTQQI) Agenda

    Juggling the Gay (LGBTQQI) Agenda

    With the recent victory in the Supreme Court for marriage equality, many are taking a moment to assess where we are as a community and where we want to go.…

    Three Ways to Simplify Your Financial Life

    Three Ways to Simplify Your Financial Life

    When life gets busy, it’s easy to become more passive about managing your bank accounts and credit cards by letting receipts, bills and statements pile up. Even if you regularly…

    Sometimes, You Just Have to Be Practical

    Sometimes, You Just Have to Be Practical

    Practical can mean many things. Maybe you’d downsize your drag wardrobe by ruling out anything that hasn’t seen the stage in a year. Or you’d skip the fries with the…

    A Decision for the Ages

    A Decision for the Ages

    The United States Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges establishing nationwide marriage equality will likely go down in history as one of the Court’s great landmarks. The Court’s opinion…

    OLOC Provides Courage for the Changes of Age

    OLOC Provides Courage for the Changes of Age

    How do you feel about getting old? People often cringe at the idea, or even the word! They dispute me when I claim the term. Yes, at 70 I’m clear…

    Harry Hay: The Founder of Us All

    Harry Hay: The Founder of Us All

    It was some time during the 1930s, Harry Hay remembered, when he turned to his then lover Will Geer to share an idea he had. Hay wanted to start a…