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Entries by Kergan Edwards-Stout from 09/2012

Gender of Novelists in Gay Fiction: Does It Matter?

| Posted 09.04.2012 | Books

A good book is a good book, regardless of who wrote it. But in gay fiction, if you're calling yourself a gay man, you really should be a gay man. Gender does matter. But, then again, I'm just a writer. What do you think?

The Mother of a Transgender Child Speaks Out

| Posted 09.11.2012 | Gay Voices

As would be expected, having a child undergo such a transition caused numerous issues within the Tyler family, at school, in their community, and at work. Sarah Tyler graciously took time to share with me the journey her family has traveled.

Q-and-A With Glenn Gaylord, Director of Gay Indie Hits I Do and Eating Out 3

| Posted 09.13.2012 | Gay Voices

Glenn is a noted director, having helmed the new indie hit I Do, which is receiving accolades and awards at gay film festivals around the world. Recently Glenn took a break from his busy schedule to share with me more about his films, his life, and his views on the gay community.

Open Letter to Rupert Everett: Come Meet Our Kids

| Posted 09.18.2012 | Gay Voices

It seems that you, Elton John, and George Michael can't skip a day without such pithy nonsense running from your mouths. However, in this particular case, you were talking about me, my parter, our kids, and all the other LGBT families out there.