At a Glance:Adam Polaski has been a Project Contributor since May 2011, has written 264 entries and currently lives in New York, NY.
Adam Polaski is the Online Content Manager for Freedom to Marry in New York City. His background is in journalism, including extensive reporting on LGBT issues, politics, and culture.
Adam served as Associate Editor in 2011 and early 2012 after an Editorial Internship at The Bilerico Project in Summer 2011. In July 2012, his work for The Bilerico Project won third place in the Excellence in Online Journalism category from the National Gay & Lesbian Journalists Association. Adam has previously written for The Good Men Project magazine and Generocity.
Adam is originally from Philadelphia. He graduated summa cum laude in May 2012 from Ithaca College, where he studied journalism and Spanish, co-edited the campus' alternative publication Buzzsaw, and served on the boards of the student United Way group and Habitat for Humanity.
Adam Polaski: Recently Filed
Today is National Coming Out Day, and next week marks the fourth anniversary of my own "coming out" conversation with my parents. After some hiccups, they're now proud parents of a kid who works at an organization advocating for the freedom to marry.Read More
In November, Mainers will be asked to approve the freedom to marry at the ballot. Beth Allen of Mainers United for Marriage and her partner Valerie are one of the couples who will be affected by the vote - read their story.Read More
In November, Marylanders will be asked to uphold the freedom to marry at the ballot for all couples - including Lindsey and Jessica, a beautiful couple who recently bought a house together in Silver Spring, MD.Read More
Michael Thomas Ford's observations on the Shorter University story bring up a new perspective on socially liberal people living or working in socially conservative environments.Read More
I don't need Adam Lambert's new album, "Trespassing," to be covered in rainbows, but I wish I didn't feel like he was trying to straight-wash over it. Read More