opinion & features
What the holidays mean to Danny, Tom and those of us who seek guidance
‘Tis the season to be jolly… and for many it will be. Many of us have fond memories of a family celebration that may or may not have included a religious service. From my personal experience as a Roman Catholic priest, it was a time when we were guaranteed a full church and more in the collection baskets.
How to avoid giving your techie a lump of coal
Compiled by Eric Plamondon
We always wonder if life is better elsewhere, or how Winnipeg compares to other cities. In this recurring column, we will compare and contrast what life is like for three 25 to 35-year-old gay men in different cities around the world. This month, we travel from London to Guadalajara, by way of Winnipeg, only to be reminded that every city has its gays, trying to live a socially active and interesting life. So live here, live anywhere, the moments we seek are out there.
Robert’s counselling sessions continue with a frank discussion of religion
Both Robert, who is offering a mentoring project to the rainbow youth group, and Tom, who is his subject for today, meet at the coffee shop entrance at the same time.
“Hi Tom, nice timing, how are you?”
Our second ‘how to’ column looks at how GLBT users can protect themselves online
The Internet is a complicated place and as it constantly changes, it gets more complicated.
A few years ago, a six-digit password was secure. Then you were encouraged to make longer passwords and give sites your cell-phone number as a backup. Today, two-step-authentication is standard.