This is the ending section of a short story related to a surveillance society, as part of our exploration of fiction and poetry at womenspress.com
I was shocked because I had never seen my state in any sort of queer history. Since then, I strive to bring forward the visibility of rural queer people.
This winter, Springboard for the Arts launched Artists Respond: Combating Social Isolation. With support from Springboard through funding from the
I spent several hours reading the notecards and remembering what it was like to be loved unconditionally.
“Women’s issues” have not been adequately funded or supported since the founding of this country.
“There are so many queer artists and so many trans artists who found a home in 20%, myself included.”
I wonder if my grandmother and I missed the boat. Did we share some kind of outsider status?
“Patient No More” is a new documentary airing on PBS created by local filmmaker Diana Fraser. We asked Fraser to talk about the movie, and offer a summary review.
Minnesota Women’s Press hosted a Facebook Live event on June 8, 5pm, with Magers & Quinn bookstore for Pride Month.
One of the pecking order determinants: whether you were born with a penis or a vagina. From there, almost everything else flows in terms of power, rewards, expectations, domestic duties, childcare sharing, and sexual expectations.
As we celebrate Pride Month, we amplify voices that our unique Minnesota Women’s Press magazine has shared since 1985.
It was about three years into our time as a couple when my partner shared a truth about identifying as a man.