Becoming Invisible

Photo courtesy of David Dietz

I was at the Boatslip, an indoor/outdoor bar in Provincetown’s West End, feeling like I was in a time warp. I hadn’t been to a gay bar in years, had rarely stood in a crowd since Covid. But I was outside in the fresh air, and I wondered how I would feel in a group of mostly young-to-middle aged gay men, when I had crossed the Rubicon of 60.



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Judah Leblang

I'm a Boston writer/storyteller. I've written the memoir "Echoes of Jerry,” and numerous commentaries for NPR stations around the US. More at