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OutRightNow growing fast, will soon be joined by LGBT Weekly — Pride Card app

Just before this year’s San Diego Pride, we chatted with NormSoft founder and chief technology officer, Tim Norman about his company’s partnership with San Diego LGBT Weekly, LGBTweekly.com and our retail discounts meet civil rights product, called The Pride Card. Because the final phases of the rollouts of the mobile applications the partnership has produced […]

Zimbabwean cops swarm LGBT group’s HQ – again

HARARE, Zimbabwe – The offices of the Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe (GALZ), a voluntary association founded in 1990 to serve the needs and interests of LGBTI people in Zimbabwe, have been raided by the Zimbabwe Republic Police for the second time in two weeks. Police seized computers and GALZ literature claiming they were searching […]

Australian lesbians among likeliest alcohol, drug abusers

PERTH, Australia – Lesbians are more likely to binge drink and take drugs, according to a new study in Australia. The Western Australia (WA) Lesbian and Bisexual Women’s Health survey, conducted by Curtin University’s WA Centre for Health Promotion Research (WACHPR) in conjunction with Sydney University, found their use of legal and illegal drugs is […]

Movies ‘re-viewed’

Thinking we probably already saw them when we were younger, we seniors (and soon-to-be seniors) seldom rent movies from our youth. Big mistake. We were so young and innocent in those days (at least I was), that we missed the subtle, yet very much present sexual relationships and motives that often were vital to the […]


To tell or not to tell … you tell me

Well I’m off to the airport for another speaking engagement … this time in Alaska! Don’t forget the “Diving for Being Alive” benefit this Sunday, Sept. 2. “The Carl DeMaio I know:”  yes or no? Many media outlets, mostly straight and some gay have asked me for months to write or be interviewed about my […]

Third time lucky?

The nightlife venue that formerly housed Eden and Universal re-opened last Friday under an undisclosed name. Billed as a soft opening that also seconded as a renaming party, the event saw a large crowd who donned every look from street clothes and mohawks to “dress to impress” little black dresses and bow ties. Many are […]

What is it to be Latino and Latina in LGBT America today?

A traditional Latino upbringing can be a challenge for someone struggling with their sexual orientation or gender identity. Tradition, culture and religion play a huge role in the shaping of a young Latino or Latina’s life. My family was no different. I was born in New York City to Puerto Rican parents, and raised in […]

A weird cinematic experience that will entrance

Cosmopolis A few years ago, I was reading Don DeLillo’s Libra, a speculative novel about the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and I remarked to a literary critic that none of DeLillo’s characters spoke like recognizable people, and they all spoke alike in their staccato pretentiousness. But there was one exception: Oswald’s wife, Marina, had […]

Team Romney’s ‘distractions’ are real issues

The Republican National Convention concludes tonight with former Gov. Mitt Romney’s speech officially accepting the Republican nomination for president of the United States. As the convention approached, most pundits agreed he and his surrogates had two missions: reintroduce Romney and get back to the “real issues.” Reintroducing Romney was never going to be a problem […]

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