Selden Edwards’ books expose the paradox of time travel and predestination, fascinating characters from history, the evolution of psychology and dream interpretation, all of which he has incorporated into his books with an articulate and wonderfully facile gift for delivering complex concepts through fictional dialogue and action.
Kit-Bacon Gressitt's return to college proves to be an eye-opener: "Instead of plunging into a sanctuary of intellectual exploration, challenging concepts and collegial discourse, I had to battle a vortex of classism, homophobia and sexism to get through most of my classes."
What the hell do I know from prejudice, right? There’s racism, homophobia, misogyny, classism, ageism, a vast spectrum of “otherisms”— the dark side of the rainbow — all of them designating certain groups of people as “other.”
Kit-Bacon Gressitt's commentary this week is an allegory about how half of the world's HIV-positive people are daughters -- our daughters -- and how they are often shunned or forgotten in the war on AIDS.
The North County LGBTQ Resource Center, which opened in Oceanside last December, is partnering with North County Connection to provide an HIV testing site that complements the center’s social and support activities.