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  • "Union" Made

    Book Review: Civil Wars: A Battle for Gay Marriage
    David Moats' Civil Wars: A Battle for Gay Marriage is a magisterial recounting of Vermont's long, bitter fight over the nuptial rights of homosexuals. The…

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  • 135 Pearl, Unstrung

    Burlington's only gay bar was more than just a haven for queens
    On Saturday, June 3, the nightclub and performance space known as 135 Pearl will close its doors for good, ending a 22-year run as Burlington's…

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  • A Man's Man
  • A Man's Man

    Seattle's favorite sex-advice columnist brings his Savage tongue to Burlington
    We writers can be such attention whores and will drop to our knees and pucker up whenever someone offers us professional kudos. But only…

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  • A More Perfect Union?
  • A More Perfect Union?

    Two Seven Days staffers weigh the pros and cons of another gay marriage debate in Vermont
    It’s been almost nine years since then-Gov. Howard Dean signed into law H.847, the controversial bill establishing civil unions in Vermont and granting same-sex…

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  • Bar None
  • Bar None

    Vermont's gay community looks for a room of its own
    Ah, Vermont, land of the civil union, bluest of the blue states, where gay people flock to raise families and transgendered people are now protected…

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  • Bob's Your Everything
  • Bob's Your Everything

    From weddings to digital rectal exams, a local performer does it all
    Burlington is called a “city,” but sometimes it feels like a small town. On election day, the gentleman answering your questions also has his name…

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  • Bullied in Brandon

    Homophobia, harassment and hate crimes -- where were the police?
    For his 21st birthday in August, Leo Porter received a gift he'd wanted for a very long time -- a hate-crimes prevention order. Now he…

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  • C-U Later

    Local Matters
    How often does a political action committee dissolve because it actually gets what it wants? That's what happened to Vermonters for Civil Unions, the organization…

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  • Coming Out

    Once upon a time there was a second-grade schoolteacher in upstate New York -- right across the lake, in Plattsburgh -- who never dreamed that…

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  • Difficult Transitions
  • Difficult Transitions

    One Vermont mom struggles to help her daughter become a man
    Coralyn Guidry's 20-year-old son Michael looks like a typical young man. He has short, brown hair, so dark it's nearly black. It continues down…

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  • Do the Rite Thing?

    Addressing the current state of the civil union
    Alex Knisely and David Jones jumped at the chance to get a civil union in 2000, the year the Vermont law took effect. Knisely, a…

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  • Faerie Tale
  • Faerie Tale

    A Radical Faerie sanctuary in southern Vermont practices a different kind of camp
    Deep in the woods at the junction of Grafton, Chester and Rockingham lies a sanctuary for Faeries. But these aren’t your average Tinkerbells. Many of…

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  • Family Ties
  • Family Ties

    Why one nonbiological parent wants to give up adoption
    On October 27, 2009, I adopted my son, Graham, and my daughter, Ivy. When I posted the news on Facebook, more than 40 people…

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  • Fostering Family

    Vermont queer couples go all out for parenthood
    Levi Stanley Nelson-Miles wasn't born with so many surnames. He picked up the last two just over a year ago when a family court judge…

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  • Gay and Gray

    The Dialogue Project gives voice to the experiences of queer elders
    Brian Davis didn't come out -- he was pushed. He was at college, in the early 1970s, when he received a call from his mother.…

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