Like many, I fill the hole that grief leaves with food. The night I found out that our beloved RBG died, I found myself bereft – and also craving matzo ball soup. […]
What Do Transgender Issues Mean for Us?
by Katie Riegel and Lisa Lanser Rose Dear Readers: Please feel free to join this conversation. We know this is just us talking and thinking, and we do not intend to suggest we […]
Do Rainbow Weddings Dream of White Dresses?
by Delaney Rose Ever since I was a young, rainbow-freckled lesbian I’ve dreamt of the day I would have the right to get married. I always thought I’d celebrate, get married spontaneously, […]
I especially want to say to the people I know (and love!) who have lived decades wishing today would come– or not daring to wish that today would come, only wishing that something much less significant than today might come…
Sharing the Good News
When I heard that the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that our Constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage I couldn’t wait to text my gay daughter. I hoped to be the first […]
WRATH: SCOTUS and Me
By Susan Lilley One reason I am always deeply interested in presidential elections is the crucial appointments presidents get to make to the courts, especially the Supreme Court. Let’s face it, presidents […]