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Jaime J. Soto teaches gymnastics. He is also an aspiring singer.

Image credit: Noelle Haro-Gomez

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Image Archives: Stories: News & Opinion: Pride

  • "First of all, everyone needs documentation, and any (documentation) is better than none. If you buy a (legal document) package at Office Max, it does not take into consideration the gay and lesbian community. There are things that we put in our documents that are different that you are not going to find."—Phoenix attorney Kathie Gummere
  • Paper Marriage
  • "First of all, everyone needs documentation, and any...
  • Jun 17, 2010
  • Lisa Bibbens of Liberty, O'Neill and Bibbens.
  • Paper Marriage
  • Lisa Bibbens of Liberty, O'Neill and Bibbens.
  • Jun 17, 2010
  • Former Adobeland resident Hannah Blue Heron, now 83, takes a break in the kiva home she built herself when she was 60 years old.
  • Womyn's Land
  • Former Adobeland resident Hannah Blue Heron, now 83,...
  • Courtesy of StoryArts Group
  • Apr 8, 2010
  • Joan Pepper with filmmaker Luanne Withee.
  • Womyn's Land
  • Joan Pepper with filmmaker Luanne Withee.
  • Courtesy of StoryArts Group
  • Apr 8, 2010
  • StoryArts Group filmmakers Pat Woelke and Penelope Starr at Adobeland.
  • Womyn's Land
  • StoryArts Group filmmakers Pat Woelke and Penelope Starr...
  • Courtesy of StoryArts Group
  • Apr 8, 2010
  • Kate Randall during her days at Adobeland when a little fire under a tub worked perfectly.
  • Womyn's Land
  • Kate Randall during her days at Adobeland when...
  • Courtesy of StoryArts Group
  • Apr 8, 2010
  • The Cobbage, a cob structure built at Adobeland, is one of several unique structures built by women who’ve lived on the womyn’s land the past 30 years.
  • Womyn's Land
  • The Cobbage, a cob structure built at Adobeland,...
  • Luanne Withee
  • Apr 8, 2010
  • "There's a cancer in the mainline churches right now. Liberals with any kind of integrity are forced to be duplicitous in their language. I simply wasn't going to do it."
— Stephen Van Kuiken
  • Welcoming Beacons
  • "There's a cancer in the mainline churches right...
  • Ariel Campbell
  • Jan 28, 2010
  • Rabbi Stephanie Aaron: "When I look out at the congregation, I want to see everyone—people who are gay, families, elders. You have to have a whole community, and I feel that we have that, and that means our community is working."
  • Welcoming Beacons
  • Rabbi Stephanie Aaron: "When I look out at...
  • Mari Herreras
  • Jan 28, 2010

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