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  • What do you want to know?

    An invitation to a dialogue with CT Voice.

    September 10, 2021 / Featured Articles, From CT Voice
  • Pandemic Highlights Growing Inequality in LGBTQ+ Communities: Now Is the Time to Act

    Connecticut leads the way in LGBTQ+ protections, but it is time for the federal government to catch up. From difficulties obtaining life-saving medical treatment and identity-affirming healthcare to accessing employment, paid leave, shelter, and housing, our LGBTQ+ friends and neighbors still struggle with the indignities that come with discriminatory laws...

    September 10, 2021 / Featured Articles, Final Thoughts
  • Watch What Happens

    To paraphrase the great Stephen Sondheim, does anyone still wear a watch? True, that question seemed unthinkable even a decade ago – before cell phones seemingly became the primary device most Americans use to let them know what time it is. To some people, the query feels like the kind...

    September 10, 2021 / Featured Articles
  • The Power of Pride

    Stanley Black & Decker Builds Success with Diversity By Christopher Byrne For companies of all sizes, building and keeping a competitive advantage in today’s dynamic market requires much more than offering products and services people want. Customers and employees alike want to be engaged with businesses that reflect their values. To...

    June 23, 2021 / Featured Articles
  • PRIDE 2021

    June is Pride month and, this year, there is no shortage of events to celebrate. Here are some of the festivities happening across the state. Please note: this information is accurate as of the date this magazine went to press. Please check with event organizers for the most up-to-date details....

    June 7, 2021 / Featured Articles
  • Living In ‘The Gray Space’ Between The Rainbow Stripes

    Those Who Go By They and Them Share Their Stories By Dawn Ennis Let’s start with what nonbinary is not: it’s not a third gender. Those who identify as nonbinary say their gender identity is best described as part of a spectrum; nonbinary individuals can exist in between male and...

    June 7, 2021 / Featured Articles
  • A Place To Call Home

    State Seeks LGBTQ People Willing to Foster or Adopt Youths By Jane Latus Has the parenthood bug bit you? Are you considering adoption? If you’re an LGBTQ couple or individual, the Connecticut Department of Children and Family Services (DCF) has a message for you: you are more than welcome. Queer...

    June 7, 2021 / Featured Articles
  • Leading By Example

    Connecticut Has Been a Pioneer in LGBTQ Rights – But There’s Always Room for Improvement By Jane Latus Forty-nine years ago this month, straight people probably didn’t know what to make of Connecticut’s first Pride Week. A Hartford Courant headline about “homosexual groups” seeking to hold a “Gay Pride Week”...

    June 7, 2021 / Featured Articles
  • A Level Playing Field

    For the Connecticut Sun, Social Justice “Change Can’t Wait” By Andrew Kelsey Connecticut Sun Director of Player Development Awvee Storey, whose career included several seasons in the NBA, has a 12-year-old daughter, Averi. Naturally, she follows in dad’s footsteps; she plays basketball and looks up to the professionals. Averi got...

    March 18, 2021 / Featured Articles
  • Fatherly Love

    LGBTQ dads-to-be travel unique journeys to parenthood By Lisa Backus As a gay man living with HIV, Brian Rosenberg presumed in the 1990s that he would never become a father. But thanks to advances in medicine and a shared desire to start a family, more than a decade later, Rosenberg...

    March 15, 2021 / Featured Articles

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