Editor of El Diario La Prensa Speaks Out in Favor of Marriage Equality

Rossana Rosado, Editor and Executive Director of El Diario La Prensa in New York City speaks out en Español and English in a new Human Rights Campaign (HRC) ad in support of marriage equality. Her voice is important because she leads the oldest Spanish-language daily newspaper in the U.S. Here is Rosado proving that Latinos…

Jesus wept, because you’re a homophobic bigot

“Jesus Wept (John. 11:35).” Growing up my parents enrolled me in a private Christian school. I was often asked to randomly recite a verse off the top of my head, so naturally I learned the short cuts. “Jesus wept” is the shortest verse in the Bible and the easiest to remember if you want to…

Storyboard Ed. 01

  Storyboard with Emmanuel GarciaOn this edition – political comic, Kate Clinton talks about Obama’s second State of the Union Address, Jason Lee, introduces us to 100 Gay Men, a new organization in Southern California; and we premiere our first weekly segment, Abuelita Más Que Chocolate.

A Fundamentalist Christian’s response to It Gets Better Project

Growing up, religion was a big part of my life. At the time of my birth my name, Emmanuel, was inspired by my parents recent conversion into Christianity. In short, I left the church after 16 years of sitting through hate-filled sermons on homosexuality. A word that I didn’t know what it meant, but that…

Birthday: Reinaldo Arenas

Today (July 16) Cuban writer Reinaldo Arenas would have celebrated his 67th birthday. I imagine that had he lived to see it, he would have described himself as an old queen. On December 7, 2010 it will be the 20th Anniversary of Arenas death. After reading much of his work – Before Night Falls, The Door Man and…