Do We Still Need the Center? Or, the Makings of a Queer Space

This essay originally appeared in this month’s issue of The Little Blue, the William Way LGBT Community Center‘s quarterly newsletter. In my day drag I’m the Director of Programs at the  Center so I think a lot about responsible and generative curation of the space we have. The need for safe queer spaces is never Continue reading Do We Still Need the Center? Or, the Makings of a Queer Space

The Many Stages of Registering for Your Wedding (As Told by Presidential Candidates’ Faces)

Planning a wedding is like a presidential election cycle: it takes much longer than you thought it would, it costs much more than you think it should and some of your relatives have really strange opinions about it. This past weekend my fiance, David, and I registered for the aforementioned event. An event which, like Continue reading The Many Stages of Registering for Your Wedding (As Told by Presidential Candidates’ Faces)