Sally Sheklow

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Tearoom for Two

I am not gay. Not if we're defining gay according to (former) Senator Larry Craig's hoodwink on America. He's not…

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OutLoud: Words for the Weary

Good news, good news! Things in Queerville are going great, especially north of the California border where I live. If…

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OutLoud: Are You Gay Friendly?

Oregon's new laws to protect gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Oregonians from discrimination and recognize domestic partnerships were signed by…

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OutLoud: Rally, I Do

One two three four, we won't take it anymore! Five six seven eight, the state should not discriminate!

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OutLoud: One Step Over the Line

Jeez, that felt good. Nothing like a little Canadian marriage to lift a gal's spirits. What a pleasure to walk…

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OutLoud: Good Fortune

In my effort to piece together a living as a lesbian humor columnist, I pick up odd jobs. I mean…

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OutLoud: Who’s Happy Now?

The trouble with antidepressants, besides their obscene contribution to Big Pharma's bloated bottom line, is that they work. Prescription happy…

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OutFront: Spud Love

I wasn't looking for love . Having a fling was fine, but nothing long-term for me, thanks. My "Forever" relationships…

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OutLoud: To the Extreme

I walked into the Counseling Psychology class, overhead fluorescents glinting off my rainbow pin. I'd been invited as a sort…

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OutLoud: Rules of Thumb

I came of age in the lesbian zeitgeist of the '70s. A Golden Age of Amazons, the welcoming and woman-empowering…

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