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Trans comedian Jordan Wieleba wins over her audience with laughs

Her jokes are timely and universally relatable. Laughs are often sparse through the first minute of her set, many suburban straights writing her off initially, assuming there’s no common ground for a joke to take root. But in no time she’s won them over, succeeding in a double duty of cracking up an audience (a task in itself) and perhaps educating some patrons who’ve only heard about transgender people through Focus On The Family pamphlets....

Sunny with a dark side: Extremes meet with local indie band Varlet

Varlet is a study in contradiction. Their songs are chippy and quaint, yet the lyrics are X-rated. Their singer was an American Idol star, yet is now treasured by hipsters that hate television. Their keyboard player was a classically trained musician, but dropped out to become a rocker (he’s also gay and plays in metal bands)....

Year in review: The top 10 news stories that made 2012

Beyond a historic election that effectively guarantees civil union legislation becoming law in 2013, this year will be remembered for advancements in protections for trans people, gay and lesbian employees in Pueblo, a continued legacy for multiple LGBT organizations and a new chapter for this very publication you hold in your hands....