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  • Think Like A Freak – Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner


    Think Like a Freak by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner Genre: Business, Management & Leadership, Non-Fiction Copyright Year: 2014 Published: 2015 Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd. Editor: Format: Hardcover Type: Book No. of Pages: 268 Series: No. In Series: ISBN: 978-1-44341-651-1 Award(s): Buy from Amazon Goodreads Let me start by saying, I don’t know the “Freakonomics” brand, I have no […]

  • Lee Lynch – The Amazon Trail
  • The Amazon Trail – Emily Dickinson’s Desk

    Bolo In Desk Drawer

    [stag_dropcap font_size=”50px” style=”normal”]H[/stag_dropcap]ow do gay writers celebrate the end of a book, a poem, a story? I don’t know about Sarah Orne Jewett, Langston Hughes, Willa Cather, or Allen Ginsberg, but after that brief moment of relief, before the serious editorial worrying begins, after my sweetheart takes me for a long walk on the beach […]

  • The Gay Village
  • Trans Rights in Canada


    The Trudeau government introduced on Tuesday federal legislation that would guarantee legal and human rights protection to transgender people across Canada, casting it as the latest in a Liberal tradition of human rights advancements. “I’m proud to say that moments ago, I introduced legislation, Bill C-16 … that would ensure that Canadians will be free to identify […]

  • Travel
  • Stepping Out – Daniel Hurewitz

    Gertrude Stein and Alice B Toklas step off an airplane and into New York City

    Stepping Out by Daniel Hurewitz Genre: Travel Copyright Year: Published: 1997 Publisher: Owl Books (NY) Editor: Format: Trade Paperback Type: No. of Pages: 334 Series: No. In Series: ISBN: 9780805041583 Award(s): Buy from Amazon Goodreads A lively, campy guide presents nine walking tours that celebrate gay culture, history, and gossip, each taking in twenty to thirty […]

  • The Gay Village
  • Toronto’s Gay Village – An Extremely Short Primer

    A building in the Toronto Gay Village

    Toronto’s Gay Village is a tiny, long-running enclave of queerness, freedom, security and acceptance in Toronto. Bounded (approximately) by Gerrard Street, Yonge Street, Charles Street and Jarvis Street, this 146 acre Village is home to dozens of bars, restaurants, an LGBT-friendly community centre, AIDS memorials, the yearly Pride Parade and so much more. And it’s […]

  • Everyday Stuff
  • Jodie Foster and Money Monster

    Jodie Foster

    Jodie Foster, our long-loved and somewhat previously closeted lesbian actress, director, and Goddess, is the director of now-in-theatres film Money Monster, a thriller starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts. She has hit the talk-show circuit to promote the film, and it’s always an eye-delight to watch her, and a mind-delight to listen to her. Is […]