Domestically Disturbed

Chris Cash: The courage to change

I’m a long-time member of a certain 12-step group. Anonymity is big for some but it never has been for me. I am proud to be a part of a group who works a program day in and day out to become the best human bein...

Mark Segal: Tracing the LGBT DNC legacy

The Democratic National Convention that will convene in Philadelphia July 25 is creating LGBT history on full public view. This will be the first national political party convention with LGBT participation on e...
Ryan Lee

Ryan Lee: A discourse on disclosure

Last month, an Atlanta social media “celebrity” posted a series of videos on Facebook in which he outed his former roommate (and unrequited love interest) as being HIV-positive. The videos were salacious and vi...
Ryan Lee

Ryan Lee: Lost in other people’s feelings

The last place I thought I would be during Easter weekend was inside a church, but that’s where I spent part of a life-or-death Saturday, or more accurately, love-and-death. I started my day attending a funeral...
Simon Williamson, columnist with Georgia Voice

Simon Williamson: Being polite in shitty company

South Africa, whence I hail, and whence I write this, is a fairly bizarre place. It largely parallels the American South in many key ways, but the repair job is much newer, the anger more raw, and the wounds le...
Ryan Lee

Ryan Lee: A queer take on gun control

I try to promote joy and peace in my gift giving, which is why most of the holiday presents I pass out are THC-based. I had an odd, unfamiliar feeling last week as I licked and sealed an envelope and prepared t...