Tag: men and women

How ’bout DADT?

Memoir about being gay in the Army resonates with timeliness, vivid prose They’ve become familiar sights: Auditoriums filled with uniformed, spine-straight soldiers on their way to deployment, or smiling men and women, arms full...

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Miss LifeWalk tonight at the Round-Up

Walk this way Not often do we get to see both men and women compete in drag pageants together, but Miss LifeWalk is different that way. Everyone can make a run for the tiara, but the goal is to raise funds for AIDS LifeWalk and...

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Weekly Best Bets • 07.15.11

Friday 07.15 FIT for a queen The Festival of Independent Theaters (FIT) returns with an inspired schedule of shows including works by Steve Martin and David Mamet. We’re curious though about The Madness of Lady Bright with Larry...

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Bigot of the Day: Texas Rep. Mike Conaway

Rep. Mike Conaway Despite a Pentagon study that recommends just the opposite, Texas Republican Congressman Mike Conaway continues to spew right-wing propaganda by suggesting that repealing “don’t ask, don’t...

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Good question

Lesbian writer Abby Dees wrote her book more for straight friends of gays than for gays themselves Author Abby Dees. (David Taffet/Dallas Voice) Abby Dees wrote Queer Questions Straight Talk from her own experiences while...

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Letters • 07.02.10

Working tirelessly isn’t ‘too pretty’ I feel that I must respond to the article “Have we made the face of AIDS too pretty?” by David Webb in the June 11 issue of Dallas Voice. Twenty-two years ago, my partner and I started a...

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