Pick up your copy on campus, or read it here at ThatGayMagazine.com. Here’s what’s inside Fusion’s winter 2009-10 print edition.
> Sometimes change is happening right underneath our eyes, where many least expect it. That’s what we found out when we talked to some Kent State students about their experiences as out and open student athletes. by Kristine Gill
> When thousands took to the streets of our nation’s capital this past October, their message was loud and direct. The National Equality March signaled this generation’s unwillingness to stay idle any longer. by Jinae West
> Coming out is an experience that can impact an entire family. Retired Temple Israel Rabbi David Horowitz, who is also the vice president of the national chapter of PFLAG, shares tips on how everyone can work to keep your family united. by Brittany Moseley
> Companies across the country are learning the importance and benefits of diversity training in the workplace. Learn how Kent State’s Residence Services prepares its employees to best serve LGBT students particular needs. by Simon Husted
> Despite the passing of a national anti-hate crimes law, LGBT Americans continue to face increasingly significant setbacks. The solution? It may be time to rethink strategies in the fight for equal rights. by Jinae West
> Messages from the issue’s editors.
> Ever wonder how much damage your actually doing to your body on Thirsty Thursday? Find out. by Kelsey Henninger
> Our recommendations for a gay day trip to our state’s capital. by Kelly Pickerel
> We sit down with gender and sexuality activist Jac Stringer. by Christopher Clevenger
> Residence Services’ policies can’t stop same-sex couples from living together. by Ben Wolford
> An exclusive column by Dr. Alfreda Brown, Kent State vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion.
> Three KSU officials share how their being open about their sexuality shapes their experience here at the university. by Kelly Pickerel
> Read about plays made into movies that still have impact today. by Robert Checkal
> One columnist shares the early root of her never-ending affection for all things gay.
> At the Unitarian Universalist Church of Kent, they have faith in a lot of things, yourself being the foremost. by Ben Wolford
> “Music is my life, and I happen to be gay.” — Curtis Tate, Winslow keyboardist. by Christopher Clevenger