Brett Edward Stout Reads at Live From Prarie Lights (Audio)

  Brett Stout reading, Live from Prairie Lights, June 18, 2010

Brett Edward Stout to Read in Honor of Gay Pride Month

This article first appeared in The Daily Iowan In fourth grade, Brett Edward Stout’s writing nearly got him suspended. After hearing a Shel Silverstein poem, he attempted to recreate a similar work. When… Read More

Corporal Brett Edward Stout by Jo Ann Santangelo

This photo was taken by Jo Ann Santangelo Corporal Brett Edward Stout joined the Marine Corps in 1997. He studied Russian at the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California. Corporal Stout was stationed… Read More

Brett Edward Stout Reads June 18 for Gay Pride Month

Brett Edward Stout will read from “Sugar-baby Bridge” as part of Gay Pride Month at 7 p.m. Friday, June 18, in Prairie Lights, 15 S. Dubuque St. in downtown Iowa City. The free… Read More

Action Reaction: The Gay War for the South

This op-ed first appeared in ACCESSline On February 4th, 2010, Juin Baize walked into Itawamba Agricultural High School (IAHS) and in less than 4 hours was suspended and sent home. Those 4 hours… Read More

A Letter to Senator Chuck Grassley

This open letter was first published in ACCESSline The following is in response to the standard “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” form letter sent from Senator Chuck Grassley to Marine Corps Veteran Brett Edward… Read More

Cedar Rapids native, former Marine to protest military policy

This article first appeared in the Cedar Rapids Gazette Cpl. Brett Edward Stout, doesn’t take his position as an activist lightly. Stout, 31, a Cedar Rapids native and gay rights advocate says the… Read More

Action Reaction: Redacting History

This op-ed first published in ACCESSline On March 12th, 2010 the Texas Board of Education ruled 10-4 (with one opposing member storming out in protest) to enact new social studies textbook guidelines. Final… Read More

Action Reaction: Pride and Glory

This op-ed first appeared in ACCESSline On January 27th, 2010 President Obama called for the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (“DADT”) by the end of the year. Following this, numerous high ranking… Read More

Action Reaction: Buying the Bullets

This op-ed first appeared in Watermark On December 16th, 2009 Rwanda’s legislative body announced that they were considering legislation similar to what was proposed by David Bahati, a member of Uganda’s parliament. The… Read More