In this episode of the LGBTQ podcast "Out Here in America," Kimberly Davis of Brinson, Georgia, talks about transitioning to a trans woman after keeping his sexual identity secret for 60 years in the Sun Herald's Biloxi MS newsroom.
The second season of ‘Out Here in America, a podcast by the Sun Herald and McClatchy, explores what it’s like being LGBT in the Deep South and other rural areas in America, as well as larger cities like New Orleans and New York.
Alliance Theater, one of Atlanta’s premier theater companies, has resurrected its adaptation of Gulfport native Natasha Trethewey’s “Native Guard,” this time not in a traditional playhouse, but at the Atlanta History Center, where it is being deliberately — and provocatively — staged just steps from the museum’s Civil War exhibition.
Thea Rose, 15, of Gulfport grew up with an autistic younger brother. Now she is part of a WINGS Performing Arts production of Wonderland, a play about understanding autism. The play will be shown at Lynn Meadows Discovery Center’s WINGS Performing
When Lynn Koval opened the doors to Sanctuary more than two decades ago, she was worried someone might throw a Molotov cocktail through the doors. Now she owns Just Us, and she tells us why millennials and Generation Z still need a small-town gay bar.