Republican celebrates historic female party member by calling her a man
Something's wrong with 'Rent'--and it's not just the awful songs
Sex Sparks Up the Fifth Annual Flaming Film Festival
To most of us, nothing sounds worse than a loveless marriage. According to Stephanie Coontz, it wasn't always that way.
Doug Utter takes on Rick Santorum in bathtub brawl
Scissor Sisters' disco pop delivers a queer ear for the straight guy
What ever became of St. Paul cop Jon Loretz's bar brawl? Nothing.
The abortion debate quietly smolders at the capitol
Theater Mu's queer hero molts into adulthood; Kafka's guilt trip
Serving up cocktail wieners and LGBT cinema to a bunch of jokers
Family values and the fight against AIDS
A statewide student survey begs complex questions about date rape and gender
Twin Cities documentarians seek national exposure in New York
Kevin Smith's virtual newsgroupies chat up the already loquacious Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
A man named Flaming Youth cruised the tearooms, drag weddings hit Lake Minnetonka--and everyone remained cloistered in the closet: An excerpt from Ricardo J. Brown's memoir of gay life in old St. Paul
Ultimately, David Dillon's revelers aren't very interesting
The Laramie Project takes a tragic American hate crime to the edge of parody
Neil LaBute's theater of cruelty
Fifty years ago Minneapolis launched a program to stamp out discrimination. Now many of the dream's supporters doubt the city's civil-rights agencies are equal to the task.