Category: 2011 Fall – Out in the Workplace
By Heidi Bruins Green I have always been intrigued by statistics. Maybe it is coming from a family of scientists, math whizzes, and other geeks (said with the utmost love and respect), but numbers really speak to me. I find that...Read More
By Tracy Note: This play is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to actual events may or may not be coincidental. SCENE 1: BOSS’S OFFICE The boss is sitting at his desk. Tracy enters. Tracy: Good morning. I have the status reports...Read More
By Martina Robinson Being a writer, it’s almost impossible to talk about my work, especially my best work, without coming out. Sometimes, especially if I have agreed to work for the day at an event that’s in a more conservative...Read More
By Catherine Rock I live and work in Ohio, one of the most homophobic states in the US. Two years ago my college started a Safe Space program geared not just to students, but also to our faculty and staff, since we have very few...Read More
Review by MaryBell Austin Truth is often stranger than fiction – and sometimes more pleasing. If...Read More
By Jennifer Rokakis We see it on the evening news.That radiant banner behind the president which reads:“Marriage for All.”I squeeze your hand.It’s the happiest day of my life.I’m crying the tears of joy because it’s finally...Read More
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