Gay Life Volume 33, Number 10
This issue of Gay Life offers a few highlights from the community, including Youth Pride. In addition to our piece on DJ Vjuan Allure, read about the Youth Ball—a safe space where youth and young adults can entertain and be entertained (p. 10). Young readers may also enjoy a review of Cris Bean’s novel, “I Am J,” a coming-of-age transgender story (p. 5). Check out a transgender tale pulled from real life in All About Chaz (p. 15). And whether you loved, hated, or have yet to experience your prom, everyone will enjoy photos from the Anti-Hate Prom (p. 18).
Other hopefully-not-too-young readers may enjoy a preview of the Iron Crow’s production of the risqué play, “Love and Human Remains” (p. 6) and all theater lovers should check out our preview local summer theater (p. 7).
Two major milestones are covered in this issue: The Presbyterian Church has just opened the doors for gay and lesbian ordination (p. 12). Plus, read Dr. Richard Gallo’s reflections on the 30th anniversary of the first AIDS diagnosis (p. 15).
Finally, I encourage readers to check out “Word is Out” (p. 17). This seminal film, which is still getting much praise, will be showing at the Creative Alliance, June 3.