Martin Duberman: History Lessons

“I think more gay people need to acknowledge that we have had a different experience growing up and therefore our relationships are somewhat different and our general stance on the world is much more ironic and anti-authoritarian than the mainstream…”

Noted writer and historian Martin Duberman took some time to talk with Lambda Literary about the history of the LGBT movement and the future of radical politics…. read more

Carol Ann Duffy's 'Rapunzel' to Tour in October

Speaking of the Olympics (because who isn’t talking about the Olympics) recent home in London, Britain’s lesbian Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy’s  ballet Rapunzel will go on tour starting in October. The ballet was commissioned by London dance house Sadler’s Wells and choreographed by Liv Lorent. If you weren’t able to afford your Olympics ticket, try… read more

Dan Savage’s Message to Gay Youth: ‘It Gets Better’

Dan Savage spoke with the Sun-Times about the release of new book, It Gets Better: Coming Out, Overcoming Bullying, and Creating a Life Worth Living, his own experience growing up gay, and the effect his efforts are having on gay youth throughout the globe. The book version of the social media-based stories of inspiration for… read more