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Irene Monroe: Historic black LGBT intergenerational discussion on “Selma”

For the first time an intergenerational and interracial gathering of LGBTQ voices meet and create a paradigm of how future discussions about "Black Lives Matter" movement should take place.

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Is a marriage-equality compromise taking shape at the Supreme Court?

There are good reasons why Justice Anthony Kennedy (who is solicitous toward gay rights but also centrally concerned with federalism and the prerogatives of the states) and Chief Justice John Roberts (who may be thinking about how history will judge him) might see the possibility for some creative middle ground: “yes” on the right to remain married, but “question-reserved-for-another-day” on the right to get married.

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Irene Monroe: Martin Luther King Jr.'s expansive dream

I know that the struggle against racism that King talked about is only legitimate if I am also fighting anti-Semitism, homophobia, sexism, classism - not only out in the world but also in myself.

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Op ed: Your God and my dignity: Religious liberty, bigotry and gays

I've been called many unpleasant things in my life, and I’ve deserved no small number of them. But I chafe at this latest label: A threat to your religious liberty.

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Op ed: You count at Diversionary

"A lot has changed for the LGBT community since Diversionary was founded 28 years ago. I’m honored to say that we’ve played a part in that change. With your support, we will continue Diversionary’s time-tested legacy of producing important, thought-provoking, and refreshing LGBT theatre for many years to come!"

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