Andrea Gibson, Nutritionist of Queer Souls, Visits WCSU
The poems knew my pride on my best days; they knew that I had a strength inside me that would keep me alive and upright and fighting, even if I couldn’t really see it, on my worst days.
Plethora of options highlight film festival's 25th anniversary
A vivid rainbow of genres, topics, voices and viewpoints will be shared in the 25th season of the Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Hey, F.E.L.L.A.S! It’s Thursday night dining out in southeastern Connecticut
Loosely translated, “F.E.L.L.A.S” means Friends Enjoying Libation, Laughter and Sociability.
Posthumous novel a spicy diversion
Cobi Winslow just found his doppelganger in the last place he’d ever think to look.
Suicide prevention fundraiser May 26
"Here For Life" is a charity fund raising event for the AFSP (American Foundation for Suicide Prevention).
Blabby: Be happy that your friend has found someone.
It may be difficult for you because you now have to do things without your friend, but I’m sure deep inside you must be happy for him.
Timeline: October 14, 1988
The newly formed Connecticut group ACTOUT held their first demonstration on Sept. 29, 1988 in response to the AIDS crisis in Connecticut prisons. At the time, ACTOUT was only a month old, however, almost 25 demonstrators picketed in front of Hartford’s Department of Corrections to condemn the agency for their refusal to hand out condoms and dental dams to inmates.