BY Claire Potter ON March 25, 2015
- Sandip Roy, “A New Gay Fairy Tale,” on leaving the city where you learn how to be gay and going home (New York Times (March 12 2015.)
- A bold voice from the archives: Shama Nathan, “A Note from a 16 Year-Old Black Feminist on Behalf of My Queer, Black Sisters,” Black Girl Dangerous (September 30, 2014.)
- History in the making: Denise L. Eger is named the first openly gay president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis (New York Times, March 16 2015.)
- When Mom and Dad are both queer: Stephen Lynch Strassfeld, as told to Beth Tepper, “Life With Dad and “The Aunties;” from The Recollectors: Remembering Parents Lost to AIDS (undated); interview originally done and archived by StoryCorps. HT John D’Emilio.
- Punishment for male intimacy — or something else? Kit Heyam, “Beyond Penetration: Rethinking the Murder of Edward II,” Notches (March 24, 2015.)
- Don’t ask intimate questions with which you would not burden cisgendered people: Sunnivie Brydum, “8 Things Women Partnered With Trans Men Know,” The Advocate (March 24, 2015.)
- A crossroads in gay life: Daniel Wenger, “HBO’s `Looking,’ Marriage and the New Gay Sadness,” (The New Yorker (March 22, 2014.)