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LGBTQ Progress Awards

Paul Masterson reflects on the accomplishments of this year’s Shepherd Express LGBTQ Progress Awards recipients. more

My LGBTQ POV

Ruthie encourages readers with the motto from her new YouTube series “Camp Wannakiki”—“Amp up your camp!” more

Dear Ruthie

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Each year the Shepherd Express’ LGBTQ Progress Awards honors people and organizations that have worked and taken risks to improve conditions for LGBTQ people in Wisconsin. more

, LGBTQ

The violence in Charlottesville, leading to the death of a protestor against the Unite the Right rally, is the result of Donald Trump’s hateful presidency. more

My LGBTQ POV

Progress in Services for Traumatized LGBTQ Youth and Adults Cathy Arney Cathy Arney was one of the first psychotherapists in Milwaukee to focus on serving lesbian women, a service she provided o,PrideFest Guide 2017 more

Around MKE

A mixture of good and bad things occurred for the country’s LGBT community last year. Now, our resolution must be to reinvigorate our struggle and make 2017 a very good year, a historic one in our continuing the fight for our rights. more

My LGBTQ POV

Paul Masterson celebrates last week’s second annual LGBT Progress Awards. more

My LGBTQ POV

Ruthie answers a question from a reader exasperated by the seaming lack of fellow gay men looking for commited monogamous relationships. Exicting upcoming events include the LGBT Progress Awards at The Wherehouse, Aug. 11; King’s Night at t... more

Dear Ruthie

The second annual Shepherd Express LGBT Progress Awards, co-presented by Cream City Foundation, will be held from 5:30-8 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 11, at The Wherehouse. more

Around MKE

Progress is the first word that comes to mind when thinking about LGBT issues. For the second year, the Shepherd Express honors community leaders who have made a difference in the lives of the city’s gay, lesbian and trans residents with th... more

Around MKE

Paul Masterson discusses Milwaukee’s under-documented African American LGBT history. more

Hear Me Out

Paul Masterson’s 2015 year in review for LGBT rights and issues. more

Hear Me Out

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