Sally Sheklow

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OutLoud: Off the Rag

I'm deep into post-menopause. I enjoy the relative stability of my hormones and life's more even keel. Back when I…

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OutLoud: Cheers!

Mazel tov, California! You look absolutely beautiful, and the whole world is watching. All eyes are on you as the…

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OutLoud: Miserable Enough?

"Nothing bad ever happens to humor writers,” Garrison Keillor told 300-some of us aspiring humor writers at a recent writers'…

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OutLoud: Sex Obsessed

I'll never forget the first time I saw lesbians on TV (if you don't count Wimbledon). In the early 1980s—years…

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OutLoud: I Do Declare

We're in the paper, baby. Our local daily's "For the Record" page—right in there with Deaths, Blood Bank Donors Needed,…

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OutLoud: Flexing Our Equality Muscle

You've seen those old Popeye cartoons. Bluto's meaty fist clutches Popeye by the neck, whomping him like a rag doll…

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OutLoud: So Close

We were so close. We planned. We organized. We chose our outfits. The first day of Oregon's domestic partner registry…

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OutLoud: Down Time

Seagulls scanned the morning surf. Wifey and I waited for our breakfast menus and took in the view, mesmerized by…

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OutLoud: The Queer Year That Was

At the end of the year in the month of December, I like to take stock, take some time and…

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OutLoud: Right on Track

Dana: Good morning, Drew. Welcome, racing fans. Looks like a hot one. Drew: Hello, Dana. Nothing like a year-long race…

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