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Vancouver police have come a long way. That doesn’t mean they should march in Pride
Ignoring Black Lives Matter means forgetting the lessons Jim Deva fought to teach us
What does a tailor shop have to do with queer relationships?
Lawrence Aronovitch talks about his new play, Finishing the Suit, which premieres in Ottawa
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A client wanted me to hold a knife to his throat (Part 1)
When it comes to role-play, clients send me a brief summary of what they want — he sent eight pages
Vancouver Pride condemns racist backlash against BLM and apologizes for slow response
‘We must all do our part to speak out against it whenever we see it,’ VPS says
Pink Triangle Press names David Walberg as executive director
Walberg succeeds Ken Popert to become second ED in the company’s history
How can Canada respond when the world goes nuts?
With limited power of coercion and big exposure to risk, Canada’s best path is to lead by example
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Vancouver Pride says all options still open regarding police at parade
Petition to support police garners nearly 2,600 signatures, Pride says all feedback welcome
Sherlock Holmes, homosexual detective
The author of the beloved fictional private detective drew inspiration from Oscar Wilde and Edgar Allan Poe
US Customs block Canadian man after reading his Scruff profile
What non-Americans can do to protect their privacy at the border
Tanzania, advertising activism and Roe v Wade
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Meeting between Vancouver police and LGBT community cancelled
Organizers say meeting will be rescheduled
Five lessons from Cabaret about sex, politics and freedom
The Tony Award–winning play is a cautionary tale for Trump’s America, and the rest of the world
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Out in Vancouver: Feb 16–22, 2017
Choice events in the city this week
Out in Toronto: Feb 16–22, 2017
Choice events in the city this week
A life-size pink phone, a sleepover and a script: my year at the Rhubarb Festival
Rhubarb has always been the place for controlled theatrical chaos — that’s why we knew our play would fit right in
When does preference become prejudice?
Is it discriminatory to refuse to consider dating someone of a particular ethnicity?
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‘There is no door open, no hope.’ The gay Iranian refugee that Canada abandoned
Amirhossein Zolghadri chose to file a refugee claim instead of hiring a smuggler. Now, he’s trapped in Turkey
Five Rhubarb Festival 2017 performances you can’t miss
The long-running festival at Buddies in Bad Times is in its 38th year
Vancouver police will march in 2017 Pride parade
News comes after Halifax and Toronto police announce they will not participate in their city’s upcoming Pride
After 38 years, the Rhubarb Festival is still pushing artists to their creative limits
Each year artists return to test boundaries and showcase new work
Tweet clues, gay conservatives and HIV positivity
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