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A Fulfilling Life

Guz Viewz – The perspective from our Senior Editor and word wrangler, Kathy Guzman. I have been reading a lot more lately. Filling my head with the words and insights of other people – artists, thinkers, poets and dreamers. Thinking that perhaps I can enlighten myself and understand more certainly what this life is really […]

A Matter of Time

Guz Viewz – The perspective from our Senior Editor and word wrangler, Kathy Guzman. I started thinking again. This time on the day of my little girl’s 25 th birthday – I know – I know….hard to believe…..Thinking about time and all it brings to us, takes from us, promises and demands of us. There […]

The Human Rights Campaign: Friend or Foe

When the subject of The Human Rights Campaign comes up among lesbians I often hear ENDA, rights, marriage, transgender, and the debate commences. Many people and organizations in the LGBTQ community are very supportive of HRC and the work they do, while others shut down at the mere reference to the organization citing the 2007 […]

Cardinal George, It’s time for an Epiphany

Every New Year’s Day, I brunch with the Gay and Lesbian Outreach and Support group from my Catholic parish on the Northside. This year, we were excited to talk about the news that our State Rep, Heather Steans (along with her colleagues), would introduce the Religious Freedom and Marriage Fairness Act as early as this […]

Guz Viewz on Kindness

“If you are kind, people may accuse you of ulterior motives. Be kind anyway. If you are honest, people may cheat you. Be honest anyway. If you find happiness, people may be jealous. Be happy anyway. The good you do today may be forgotten tomorrow. Do good anyway. Give the world the best you have […]

What Would You Do?

I just read a “diary entry” about a gay man’s experience on a flight right after the election parties started to be cleaned up and the deep sighs of relief of lesbians and gays were felt across the country. We won! We don’t have to fear that over the next four years all of the […]

Get Out and Vote

I wrote this piece 4 years ago before walking into the voting booth and putting in my vote for Barrack Obama. I will walk into that polling place today and vote for Barrack Obama – because I still believe that we need this man to continue to champion for equality and human rights for all […]

Don’t want to vote? Think again

By Dalila Fridi Like many, I am ready for the 2012 Presidential election to be over! This campaign has lasted close to 2 years, and as much as I enjoyed the entertainment, I cannot wait to see President Obama’s name as the winner. I am not so disillusioned to think that this will be a […]

Binders full of Women and other STFU moments of Romney’s campaign: a recap

“I’m not familiar precisely with what I said, but I’ll stand by what I said, whatever it was.” —Mitt Romney (May 17, 2012) As a public official, every single word muttered is at risk of widespread criticism. As a public official running for national office, you can be sure that thinking before speaking is the […]

Dear Archbishop Myers

Dear Archbishop Myers, How are things in New Jersey? Weather been good? I just love this time of year. Sooooo, about that little letter you wrote that’s been splashed all over the interwebs. Um, sixteen pages? Got a little time on your hands, eh? Nice how you were able to fortify it with lots of […]