Reid Vanderburgh is a retired therapist, living in Portland, Oregon. During his career as a therapist, he worked with over 450 clients, helping them answer the question, “How do I want to live my life?”, in the context of gender identity. He now works as a writer, educator, and consultant on issues pertaining to.. read more →

Usually when the Supreme Court decides not to hear a case, it means that important national questions go completely unanswered, but not so yesterday. When the Supreme Court opted not to rule on appeals from five states seeking prohibitions against same-sex marriage, their actions made such unions legal in those five states. Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah,.. read more →

WHAT:  As part of its annual Gay & Grey EXPO, on Saturday, October 11, SAGE Metro Portland will host a 90 minute interactive workshop and group conversation. We’ll explore the impact of AIDS Survivor Syndrome on each of us individually, as infected and affected members of our community. “From Shaming to Reclaiming: AIDS Survivor Syndrome,.. read more →

Gustavo Montaña is a director, cinematographer, psychologist, and musician from Cali, Colombia, now living in Columbia, South Carolina. He’s won numerous awards for his music videos and short films, and he’ll be in Portland in November when his most recent project Las Libres: The Story Continues screens at the Clinton Street Theater. Las Libres is a.. read more →