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PBS reveals what it’s like to be ‘Out In America’

What makes Out in America worthwhile is that every LGBT individual will identify with something – or someone – in the film. There is considerable talk about simple pleasures, such as dancing together, eating together and sharing a life, as well as the painful struggles for self-acceptance. When country super-star Chely Wright explained she came out so she could live “in full light,” and not in “the dark of a small closet,” or when a transwoman experiences a happiness that her mother acknowledges, the film is inspiring....

Home of the Brave: LGBT veterans share their stories for Pride

Later this year, the United States military is poised to repeal the policy known as Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. Since its inception in 1992, critics have called it discriminatory, forbidding gays, lesbains and transgender individuals from serving their country openly, as they are. This June, led by the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network, Colorado LGBT veterans will march as grand marshals in the PrideFest parade....

Remembering a spirit with no limits

On the 10th anniversary of his death — his murder — I can't help but wonder what he'd be doing if he were still with us. Would he still be living in the Four Corners town of Cortez? Or would he have followed his dreams to Denver and then San Francisco, Los Angeles? ...