Meet the First Openly Gay President of the American Conference of Cantors

For 19 years, the congregants of Temple Kol Ami Emanu-El have heard the tenor of their cantor’s voice carry over the sanctuary, singing Hebrew blessings and ushering in Shabbat after a week of work. Mark Goldman, the cantor of the reform Jewish temple in Plantation, not only has lead services week after week, but now … Continue reading Meet the First Openly Gay President of the American Conference of Cantors

Wilton Manors Gay Couple Makes History with Green Card Application

Julian Marsh and Traian Popov’s love story started like any other – seeing each other at two consecutives parties led to dating and eventually a trip to Brooklyn in October 2012 to get married. But now, two years after it all started, they’re swept up in a whirlwind of history making and their names splashed … Continue reading Wilton Manors Gay Couple Makes History with Green Card Application

Ex-Stonewall Museum President: I Left my Post Because of Sexual Harassment

Bryan Knicely, the former president of the Stonewall National Museum & Archives, told South Florida Gay News that he left his post because of repeated sexual harassment and a constant disrespect for the precious items housed at the museum. “It should have been my ideal job ever just because it’s my skill set together with … Continue reading Ex-Stonewall Museum President: I Left my Post Because of Sexual Harassment