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Op/Ed

What watching Travis Wall and co. taught me about life and art

Travis Wall, from FOX's "So You Think You Can Dance," is that rare choreographer who leaves you feeling deeper and wiser.

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Oscar

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A personal tribute to Oscar de la Renta

I met the great designer two months ago. We shared a moment that will forever resonate with me. Now, a day after his death at age 82, here's my tribute to the "sultan of suave."

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Eggs

Op/Ed

With egg freezing, Apple and Facebook lead the way for what may be the biggest shaker in women’s rights since the pill

Apple and Facebook are paying for employees to freeze their eggs, freeing them to make decisions about two of life’s most important things—family and career—at their own pace.

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Op/Ed

Why do we still celebrate Columbus Day?

Let's re examine the hero worship of Christopher Columbus

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Straights only

Op/Ed

Conservative group proposes straights-only civil unions

An organization has proposed enacting civil unions for those poor, disadvantaged souls who don’t have the full complement of rights and privileges that they deserve…meaning, straight couples.

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Madonna-hero

Op/Ed

How my spiritual quest led me to study Kabbalah, meet Madonna, and experience enlightenment

I met Madonna at The Kabbalah Centre in New York. It was a brief encounter, but it taught me something about the varieties of worship, and what it means to grow older and wiser

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Op/Ed

Controversial billboard in Tennessee sparks outrage but should spark inspiration

An anti-gay billboard in Tennessee is stirring up outrage, but it's a good reminder that we can't pick and choose the kind of free speech to protect.

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Op/Ed

Does Folsom Street Fair signal the death of leather?

Folsom Street Fair, the world's largest gathering of leather, kink, and fetish enthusiasts, takes place this weekend in San Francisco. But what was once an illicit playground for gay men has become a bustling event sponsored by major corporations.

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Op/Ed

For equality efforts to succeed, LGBT Americans have to make peace with religious exemptions

In the struggle for equality, many LGBT Americans take an all-or-nothing approach, especially with regards to religious exemptions. But that's not the way to win acceptance.

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