Category: 2011 Spring – People Say the Strangest Things
By Loren Gomez I found out one night that the claw of a ten-pound lobster is larger than my hand. The sometimes raucous, often very crowded, always sociable Barking Crab in Boston is the scene for my latest coming out story. I...Read More
By Kathleen Kathleen Hepburn is a 49-year-old bi woman, business owner, musician and computer geek who came out as bi at age 18. She and her male partner plan to get legally married when all same-sex couples in the U.S. can do...Read More
By Monica Meneghetti * Based on real events. Names of actual people and places have been changed. Salt and her boy-sweetie, Pepper, live in a very conservative province, in a small town called Bigmont. Salt’s girl-sweetie,...Read More
Interview by Robyn Ochs Robyn Ochs: Please tell us about yourself. Jacquelyn Applebee: I was born...Read More
By Natasha Avital “Oh…so you have an open relationship then.” It’s a statement, not a question. From this woman who hardly even knows me. From this woman with whom I’ve never discussed my relationship before. All of a...Read More
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