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Rick Kitzman

Me Too

I have been raped. Too much, too soon? No other words will suffice. My memory is my only proof. Since the tipping-point exposé of Hollywood producer Harvey We...

Holiday Riches for Reading

Books—printed, audio, online, or on e-devices—make risky gifts. But long after the tie hangs unworn, the toy bores and breaks, or the scent sits unopened, a boo...
Rick Kitzman

Rick Kitzman

Rick Kitzman is a Colorado native and a survivor of the AIDS epidemic in New York City during the eighties. He’s been a corporate trainer, Human Resources director, and a club deejay (Studio 54 in New York, The Ballpark in Denver). He is a published author: The Little Book on Forgiving for Science of Mind (published by DeVorss & Co.), and winner of the John Preston Award for his short story The Lady in the Hatbox in Best Gay Erotica of 1997.

He currently contributes to OUT FRONT with opinion articles ranging from political injustice to the Oscars. He has a great partner who treats him like gold and says “he’s adorbs and funny as heck!” Rick thinks tweets are for twits. “One word: Trump… just sayin’…”