We all know, deep down, when we are different from what society deems “normal.” There can be an internal struggle, external battles with loved ones and oftentimes loneliness.
In larger cities and metro areas, it’s becoming easier to find resources and services for the LGBT+ community. This is something that’s taken many years and a lot of blood, sweat and tears. Now, it’s members of the community in the suburbs and rural areas that are working to bring resources and services to their areas.
story and photos by Savannah Bearden, Director of Communications Planned Parenthood of Tennessee and North Mississippi Someone becoming what other people may not think they should be – but who they inherently feel like they are – must feel like being set free.– Dr....
Christopher lets us in on how Clifton+Leopold came to be and gives advice for anyone looking to take a leap of faith on their own ideas.
It’s always nice to share a success story where children who need homes have a smooth transition to adoption. This has been the case for Ernie Ratliff and his husband George Fenner.
Art & Culture
by Nick Lingerfelt | photos courtesy of Elizabeth Dotson Elizabeth Dotson’s life has always revolved around food. She’s a preacher’s daughter, but she doesn’t minister in a pulpit. She evangelizes through Parmesan cheese and pepperoni. Dotson owns Boardable 615, a...
story by Romeo San Vicente Selena Gomez is going to climb every Mountain One of this year’s TV pleasures has been watching a homebound Selena Gomez earnestly trying to learn to cook via Zoom calls with various famous chefs on her HBO Max series Selena + Chef. We had...
In “All is Bright,” the first holiday release from the OUTMusic Award-winning singer/songwriter, Justin Utley sings how even during these dark and tumultuous times, there’s still a silver lining.
Monterey is home to a ton of sea life. We had the opportunity to take a guided kayak tour of Monterey Bay given by a company called Adventures by the Sea. During our one-hour excursion, we passed dozens of seals, otters, sea lions and other marine animals.
Please do what you personally feel is best when making the decision to fly this holiday season to keep you and your family safe and healthy. If you’re in doubt, consult with your physician.
We love our pets and want them to experience life with us. They want to spend their life with us. What better way to make memories than by traveling to see the world (or at least parts the country)? Here are a few travel tips to help you and your pet get to your next destination.