Just a short post tonight to announce that, as of this Thursday (3/18), I will be writing a weekly column for the website 365gay.com.1 This will give me a chance to speak to a much larger audience, as the site is related to LogoTV, the gay and lesbian cable network. (Logo, in turn, is a trademark of Viacom.)
This offer came about after what might have been a one-off post that I did this past Friday at the invitation of Editor-in-Chief Jennifer Vanasco; the piece received a good response, and now I’ve been invited to contribute on a regular basis. I’m thrilled.
For those who read this blog regularly, you will find much that’s similar in my weekly post over at 365gay. I’ll be discussing legal issues in ways that I hope are both comprehensible and compelling to interested lay people. Of course, as the website name itself more than implies, these posts will focus on issues directly affecting the LGBT community, but as always I will try to connect these issues to other themes and will strive — sometimes against the odds — to find humor in (almost) every situation.
This blog will of course continue at its sometimes relentless pace, and I will link to the weekly column from here as well.
Thanks to everyone who’s read this blog over the past year and a couple of months, and to those of you who scooted over to 365gay to check out my post. As always, I welcome your comments, input, and suggestions — either here, or over at 365gay.com. For starters, does anyone have a good idea for a title for this column?
Now I have a column to write….
- Does that mean they’re not gay on Feb. 29? ↩