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    > Music
    Sat, Jul 14, 2012
    Ottawa
    Tokimonsta says queers are her most supportive fans
    By Bradley Turcotte
    Thu, Jul 12, 2012
    Vancouver
    Remember the glory days?
    By Elaine Miller
    Wed, Jun 25, 2003
    Vancouver
    Bittersweet memories on eve of the Outgames
    By Matthew DiMera
    Wed, Jul 13, 2011
    5
    Ottawa
    Welcome to post-SSM trench warfare
    By Gareth Kirkby
    Wed, Jul 13, 2005
    Toronto
    Rekindle that special feeling
    By Serafin
    Wed, Aug 15, 2007
    Vancouver
    Universal Hunks celebrates the ‘greatest hunks of all time’
    Thu, Dec 5, 2013
    Vancouver
    > Music
    Lord Jamar, frontman of 1990s underground rap group Brand Nubian, has been labelled by /The New Yorker/ [1] as “hip hop’s alpha conservative.” Jamar is concerned with the “hijacking” of hip hop by white and gay artists and recently caused controversy when he posted a photo on Instagram …
    Wed, Mar 26, 2014
    Toronto
    But I am 29 now, squatting before the full-length, having found some semblance of purpose and earthly contentment
    By Greg Kearney
    Wed, Mar 6, 2002
    Canada
    The rising clout of Canada's religious right
    By Marci McDonald / Originally published in the Oct 2006 issue of The Walrus magazine
    Tue, Sep 16, 2008
    6
    Canada
    If there's one positive that we should remember about *the outing of John Baird on CBC radio this month* [1], it's that it serves as a reminder that the queer community doesn't speak with one voice. All too often, when you look around at the queer community, the most…
    By Dale Smith
    Thu, Feb 18, 2010
    Vancouver
    Challenging the casual dismissal
    By Robin Perelle
    Wed, Sep 28, 2005
    Homoerotic photography on display in NYC
    By David King
    Thu, Apr 8, 2010
    Vancouver
    I did a show recently with a folky friend of mine. It was his CD release party, and it was a bit of a different crowd for me. Only a smattering of dykes. I am more than all right with this; in fact, I welcome the opportunity to tell…
    By Ivan Coyote
    Wed, Sep 22, 2010
    7
    Toronto
    I am on location this month at the Metro Central YMCA on Grosvenor St in Toronto. I’ve heard from some people — actually, only gay men — that this is prime pick-up ground, a Village landmark. Apparently the VIP men’s locker room is a hoppin’ cruising spot. FYI,…
    By Julia Gonsalves
    Wed, Mar 10, 2010
    3
    Toronto
    There used to Be this guy — lived in Village Green, in one of the south-facing apartments — who'd put on sex scenes in his window. Fuck himself with a dildo, that kind of thing. And not accidentally either. He arranged his bed so that it faced…
    By Brent Ledger
    Wed, Jul 30, 2008
    Toronto
    "My blood is boiling!" Juu-Cee shouted from beside his new, peach-moss ceramic laser oven. Jayzon, who was trying in vain to remember the exact order of the alphabet, sulked in a bitter, meth-fogged silence at the other end of the house. Must Juu-Cee always interrupt? And what came…
    By RM Vaughan
    Wed, Dec 29, 1999
    Ottawa
    The long and the short of it
    By Blaine Marchand
    Wed, Jan 14, 2004
    Vancouver
    Didn't you come out to express yourself?
    By Guy Babineau
    Wed, Feb 16, 2005
    Toronto
    Video artist Colin Campbell & Toronto's fruitful art scene
    By Kathleen Mullen
    Wed, Dec 31, 2008
    1
    Toronto
    > Music
    Toronto's fun-loving punk-pop trio
    By Lisa Foad
    Wed, Feb 14, 2007
    1
    Toronto
    There's no business like 'mo business
    By Serafin
    Wed, Jul 20, 2005
    Vancouver
    Vancouver gays slipping back into silence
    By Guy Babineau
    Wed, Feb 16, 2005

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