Michael Bronski says that if Andrew Sullivan really advertised for unprotected sex, it’s hardly the only reckless thing he’s done
Chris Wright arm wrestles.
Kristen Lombardi on contraceptive-coverage legislation
Ron Fletcher on Bloomsday
Dan Kennedy says The New York Times Company is certainly to blame for the Globe's cost-cutting. The bigger villain, though, is Wall Street and its unrealistic profit demands.
Seth Gitell tells us that the Democrats got some old-time religion at their state issues convention. But will their prayers for the governor’s office be answered?
In the Phoenix editorial, House Ways and Means chairman John Rogers must go.
In Talking Politics, Seth Gitell pays tribute to Joe Moakley, who cared as much about justice in San Salvador as about jobs in South Boston
In Out There, Kris Frieswick plays the numbers game
In Urban Buy, Mike Miliard, guffaw, pops the question about Father's Day
Plus, from our Pride supplement:
Loren King tells us to forget Will & Grace: The great same-sex-marriage debate underscores how much civil progress has lagged behind cultural acceptance;
Robert David Sullivan conservative and liberal homophobes alike are applying the Cold War policy of containment to the next generation;
Michael Bronski says that even for an old radical, there’s nothing really wrong with Pride as a party — until AIDS takes the person who taught you to see it that way;
David Valdes Greenwood suggests five easy makeover tips for bringing Pride back to life;
and Dorie Clark previews a list of Pride events
Plus, this just in:
ASTRO TURF: For heaven's sake!
FNX RADIO : One in Ten moves to Sunday
RAIN DATE: The fair plays on
RUN ON THE BANK: Greens go for the green
NATURE ABHORS A VACUUM: Giant sucking sound
OOPS: Following up the follow-up
CIVICS LESSON: Teenage wasteland
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