Why Do LGBTQ+ Activists Persist in the Fight for Their Rights?
Untenable Podcast Episode: Embracing Diversity and Challenging Prejudice
LGBTQ+ rights activists tirelessly champion the cause of sexual and gender orientation
I Knew I Was Gay When I Was Five Years Old
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always known, but for the longest time, it wasn’t a
Do You Ever Feel Challenged to Live an Inspired Queer Life?
Re-cast of my interview on the podcast, "40 Plus: Gay Men. Gay Talk."
Recently, I was a guest on the
Everything We Value, We’ve Been Taught to Value. Don't Be Pink-Washed by Corporations Vying for Your LGBTQ+ Money this Pride.
Flying the Pride flag during Pride month and then taking it down is a sure sign a business doesn’t value human dignity and queer lives — they only value capitalizing on Pride to increase profits.
Interview with Tim McCaskell, Author of “Queer Progress: From Homophobia to Homonationalism.”
A memoir and analysis of early Toronto gay and lesbian liberation politics, HIV/AIDS activism, economic and social changes, identity
Review: The Andy Warhol Diaries Is Tender, Insightful, and Worth More than 15-Minutes of Fame
Last week, I started watching the limited series documentary on Netflix, “The Andy Warhol Diaries.”
I love how the show’
We Are All Masculine and Feminine to Different Degrees
But why do we need to use those labels at all?
Each one of us manifests the so-called masculine and
Owning the Powerful Distinction: ‘It’s Not About Me, It’s About the Product.’
A Think Queerly Podcast IDEA(tion) Coaching session with queer creator, Jon Carl Lewis — TQ210
It’s time for something
Freddie Lewis On Using Music and Poetry to Share His Journey of Finding Self-Love as a Queer Person
Think Queerly Podcast interview with gentle poet and transgender pop star, Freddie Lewis — TQ204
Freddie Lewis offers a rarely seen
Banned From California — Jim Foshee's Life of Persecution, Redemption, Liberation, and the Gay Civil Rights Movement
Think Queerly Podcast interview with Robert C. Steele, author of "Banned from California" — TQ202
In the 1950s, as 15-year-old Jim