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Colorado LGBT community stories, leaders and voices

Do we have anything in common?

By Abby Dees While the LGBT community might not always feel like a community, there's still good reason for hope. When I came out in the ’80s I thought th...

SpeakOUT: Winning the fight for change

We are better people for having taken up this fight for our rights. Colorado is a better place because of these changes. And that is why we continue to support the work of our LGBT community organizations. ...

Without our uniforms we’re still in the closet

OutServe stated that because LGBT servicemembers serving openly is still a contentious issue, marching in uniform at Pride could be seen as an act of protest. “Let’s wait a year, demonstrate our professionalism as we march in civilian clothes, and next year, having proven ourselves, we can work with the Department and gain formal approval to proudly march together as a uniformed contingent for Pride.”...

To love thy neighbor

We’re participating in the Soulforce Equality Ride – a two-month social justice bus tour dedicated to nonviolently confronting the political and spiritual oppression of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people. ...