One, amongst many, reasons that I so enthusiastically support and attend PrideFest and its companion events is that, in Hampton Roads, the event creates an unparalleled level of visibility for the LGBT community and an unrivaled safe space. It also creates so much and so many freedoms: to hold hands
Yesterday, I journeyed to Williamsburg, VA to hear the student presentations associated with the William & Mary Mattachine LGBTIQ Research Project "Documenting the LGBTIQ Past in Virginia." Charles Francis, President of the Mattachine Society of Washington, DC Basically, a number of undergrads -- seven of whom presented yesterday -- spent Saturdays
Well, I've a new adventure to report: I'm cohabitating. And with Shakespeare, no less! Oh, wait -- I must make a slight amendment to that assertion. I'm actually "cohorting,” or, more accurately still, I'm serving for approximately the next six weeks as a Community Cohort for Virginia Stage Company's production
My craving for emotional connection and meaningful interaction typically exceeds the degree to which I actually find them. It's a testament, then, to the quality of HBO's "Looking" that its resonance with me has grown to the point that it's lately been delivering more of those moments than life itself.