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Transparent Episode 6 Recap: Get in This Whirlpool
Culture / Media

Transparent Episode 6 Recap: Get in This Whirlpool

buy cipla accutane The episode opens at Shangri-La where Josh comes to meet his Moppa Maura. He walks up the steps and passes a couple of senior trans ladies who invite him to spend some time with them. He ignores their offer and knocks on Maura’s door. “Hi Puppy,” says Maura giving him […]

5 Ways to Work Blogging into Parenting Life
Family / Parenting

5 Ways to Work Blogging into Parenting Life

obat neurontin Blogging and summer vacation don’t mix – or at least they don’t for me. The same seems to be true of some of my favorite bloggers because I have seen a noticeable downturn in blogging as the days of summer in the Northern Hemisphere wear on. My usual weekly stint […]

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News & Politics

Forgive him his trespassing, then pass the eggplants

Ian wrote earlier this week that notorious hater Fred Phelps was on his deathbed in hospice; by now you’ve likely heard that yesterday he died at 84. The immediate hypothetical question for so many who found his profound disrespect of the grieving so repugnant is: should his funeral be picketed? It’s […]

Does this new navbar make us look phat?
News from the community

Does this new navbar make us look phat?

You know you are lost to the geekery of website design when redoing the internal page structure and navigation are cause for a thrilling announcement.  And yet! All outward-facing signposts also indicate real internal things, and so too does our spanking-new navigational bar layout indicate an evolution in our focus. […]

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Life

2013: The Year in VQ Review

A person can get pretty stumped trying to sum up an entire year. Hell, James Joyce used up well over 600 pages just trying to depict one day in a guy’s life. Still, one must try. This year has been a really big one for us VillageQ people, and a […]

ENDA – Call for Action!
News & Politics

ENDA – Call for Action!

It seems that marriage equality is the issue blowing up everyone’s Facebook and Twitter feed. Welcome to the equality club, Illinois and New Jersey! That makes 15 states that have marriage equality and, Hawaii, you’re up next! But marriage is not the only hot issue on the legislative burner. The […]

The Doc is in
Family

The Doc is in

Leo, my three year old, has finally settled on a Halloween costume – and he is SO excited about it.  He is going to be his favorite TV character: Doc McStuffins. Great, right? Not only is Doc McStuffins a strong, smart, and kind role model (and a girl of color […]

Bullies in the pulpit
News & Politics

Bullies in the pulpit

This past week, as National Bullying Prevention Month was kicking off, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett was chatting with a local news station, comparing same-sex marriage to incest. He was actually apologizing for having earlier compared gay marriage to the union of two children. “I think a much better analogy would […]

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Community / Featured blogs

A bit of a crush

Okay. I admit it.  I have a bit of a crush (and, no, VillageQ is not talking about our collective crush on Hart again).  Actually, at times, this new crush has felt like a bit of an obsession. Hasn’t that happened to you to? A time when you think you […]

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Advice / Community / Family / Guest blog posts / Parenting

Coping

Guest author Andrew lives with his husband Juan and their son Benji in South Orange, NJ. They share their constant home remodeling project with their nine-year-old blind pug Poqui. Andrew was trained as an architect and now is the IT Director for a New York City architecture firm, where he […]