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    Welcome to Outlandish

    June 27, 2013

    NICE TO MEET YOU!! Allow me to introduce myself.  My name is Matt Farber.  I’m the Founder of Logo, a veteran television/digital media guy, and the Chief Executive Homo of Gwist (one of the channels in the Outlandish community). I’m also working closely with Sarah and the Big Frame team to help build Outlandish into

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    (That’s So) Raven-Symoné opened that closet door Saturday via Twitter. We’re proud of you, Raven, welcome to the club! Your membership card and toaster should be arriving shortly by mail. It really is nice to see that coming out is becoming less and less of an issue for celebrities, so much that a Tweet a sufficient

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    You know, I hear the term “coming out story” thrown around a lot, like it’s some sort of solitary rite of passage, but I’m not sure it’s that simple. Something people don’t seem to understand is that you don’t come out just once, but when you start you continue to do so for the rest

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    Robert Gordon McPherson, III, or “Robby”, as his friends called him, hailed from a small town just outside of Tallahassee, FL. He was a graduate of Wakulla High School, a school I’ve never attended or even set foot inside. He attended Tallahassee Community College, another school I have yet to see. He and I have

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    Last night I had the great pleasure of seeing my queen, Beyonce, for the first time live in concert. A lot lead up to my Mrs. Carter Show moment — countless hours spent YouTube surfing Queen Bey’s live performances and interviews, a shelf lined with Beyonce live-in-concert DVDs, and, of course, an iTunes library dominated

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    Gender, while often used as a synonym for biological sex, is an entirely separate component of every human’s makeup.  Even the scientific and medical communities recognize the differences between “sex” and “gender.”  To quote the World Health Organization: “‘Sex’ refers to the biological and physiological characteristics that define men and women. ‘Gender’ refers to the

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