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Jordan Roth

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Marching With Pride and Corporate America

(4) Comments | Posted June 28, 2015 | 1:10 PM

Long before I was walking, they were marching.

The pioneers of gay rights, gay visibility, gay pride first took to the streets of New York City in 1970 to march. Marching toward equality, toward freedom, toward justice. Marching to demand to be seen and heard. Marching to continue the battle...

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To See the Holy See

(7) Comments | Posted October 17, 2014 | 12:47 PM

Credit: Jeffrey Bruno/Aleteia

It might as well have been a puff of white smoke, a test balloon of tolerance sent aloft for all to see, signaling a new choice, a new beginning, a new day.

The Vatican's preliminary document released from the...

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The Year of the List

(0) Comments | Posted December 23, 2013 | 9:39 AM

It's the most wonderful time of the year! There'll be much mistle-toeing, and hearts will be glowing, and -- year-ending lists!

That's right. 'Tis the season to count down everything about the past year, from couples to controversy, from athletes to albums, from pop to provocative.

Bests and worsts of...

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The Gift of Vision

(1) Comments | Posted December 13, 2013 | 9:43 PM

Why would anyone donate money to build a new wing of a museum rather than donating to help prevent illnesses that can lead to blindness? At least that's what Bill Gates wants to know.

In a recent interview with the Financial Times, Gates espoused the writings of moral...

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When We're Wed

(22) Comments | Posted June 11, 2013 | 12:31 PM

My 10-year anniversary was Sunday. My husband's was Saturday.

We met at the Tony Awards, a fact we proudly describe as the gayest story ever. Naturally, I mark our anniversary on the day of each Tony Awards, the second Sunday in June. He marks the date of that particular Tony...

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Coming Out Day: Who's In?

(7) Comments | Posted October 11, 2011 | 10:53 AM

I never really understood National Coming Out Day.

I first heard about it my freshman year of college, when a small gathering drew purple closet doors and pink triangles in chalk on the library plaza, then told their coming out experiences through bullhorns. I understood their sharing their stories to...

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