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Warwick Rowers: Shedding Clothes and Stereotypes

By Joel Martens | Jan 14
Warwick Rowers, a group of college-level competitors, not only support shedding LGBT stereotypes -- they literally shed their clothing as a part of their message.

Out There :: New Year, Big Cheers!

By Roberto Friedman | Jan 7
Let's catch up with our cultural perambulations, shall we? The holiday season goes by in a blur, but Out There took the time to attend local theatre and performance.

Less Division and Greater Vigilance

By William E. Kelly | Dec 31
It is a time to regroup, reexamine and reassess the differences that divide us and the commonalities that unite us as a free nation, democracy and as human beings.

A Season of Miracles and Light

By Jacob Glass | Dec 24
The pendulum just keeps swinging-one day our team is "winning" so we feel happy-the next day our team is "losing" and we're devastated. This is the root cause of our suffering.

Out There :: Resist! Resist!

By Roberto Friedman | Dec 24
Artists, art-lovers, artisans! Philanthropists, philanderers, philistines! Alphas & betas, tops & bottoms, butches & femmes, dominants & submissives! Join Out There in queer solidarity and popular resistance to the coming proto-fascist regime.

Out There :: Triple-Feature Threat

By Roberto Friedman | Dec 10
The Mostly British Film Festival will offer a free holiday triple feature on Wed., Dec. 14, 7 p.m. at the Vogue Theater in San Francisco.

Out There :: Talking Gay Turkey

By Roberto Friedman | Nov 26
This week Out There finds ourselves back in Washington, DC, and environs, where we grew up, came out, and spent our wild youth. We're glad we're here before the Reactionary Right-Wing Apocalypse transforms this town.

Getting Open with Open Relationships

By Cutter Slagle | Nov 26
Whether your opinion is that open relationships are an excuse to have your cake and eat it too, or that it's no coincidence monogamy sounds a lot like monotony, you have to at least agree that everyone's choice deserves to be respected.

Time Debuts 100 Most Influential Images of All Time

Nov 22
Time editor-in-chief Nancy Gibbs and Kira Pollack, director of photography and visual enterprise, join "CBS This Morning" to share the stories behind some of the iconic photos.

Moving Forward

Nov 20
"Of course, this is potentially a very hard blow to the progress we have made under President Obama's administration, but we must maintain our resolve with our ongoing struggle for equal rights."

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