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Just Out met up with the four members of Mattachine Social on a recent sunny Sunday in North Portland. Read more of the interview.
My hurt is my hurt. As so many of us do, I carry it on my back, bring it with me to bed, and keep it fed and alive so it can grow alongside me as I make my way through the years. I notice more and more that there is a deep sense of my identity found in and around my own history of suffering and that I still sometimes guard those old feelings with my life even now, years after the initial infliction occurred.
Live theatrical productions offer a special kind of illusion not found in other forms of entertainment. While film images are often enhanced and…
by Rev. Jennifer Yocum It had been almost a year since I’d seen her when the phone call came. “Hi,” she said, “I don’t know if you…
Some coming out experiences are easy. David Hastings’ experience was not one of those.
Pacific Northwest native Michkael Baker is a self-described visionary. With a diverse background he seems braced to take flight.
by Cathy Busha & Anna Deligio It's Pride month – a time we gather as a community to remember and celebrate the Stonewall Riots in June 1969.…
I'll never forget it. The sun was beating down on my back. The horse beneath me was breathing hard from the climb up the vista. And as I approached the crest of this Montana outlook, the vast view quickly grew in size as we came to a halt. I was alone except for a few gay cowboys and girls who were on the same adventure and, of course, our four-legged companions.