On Sunday morning, more than 80 people showed up outside the Putney Central School to help paint a “Black Lives Matter” mural on the road.
After several weeks of tension that saw an explosion of division in community conversations about the merits and meaning of a project designed to visually display resolute support for Black people, it all happened.
A local nonprofit has launched a mutual aid fund aiming to support LGBTQ+ people, especially LGBTQ+ people of color, by distributing donations to the fund to qualified applicants. Out in the Open's fund offers up to $400 per individual for what it calls “groceries, supplies, housing support, medical support,
If you haven't seen it, there is a good flick opening at the Latchis Theatre this weekend - The Wizard of Oz. You know, the one where Dorothy tells her dog Toto that they aren't in Kansas anymore. The reopening of the downtown movie theater in a limited capacity...
I finally accepted that I was transgender when I turned 20. I had been denying it to myself for over two years by this point. This was an utterly terrifying realization. For months, I agonized over every interaction, hoping and praying that no one could tell that I was trans. I didn't want to rock the boat by coming out, didn't want to find out if my bosses and coworkers and friends were transphobic, didn't want to risk getting fired.