Columnists :: David Foucher

On Stoli And Boycotts

By David Foucher | Aug 1

Recent involvement of the LGBT community in a boycott of Stolichnaya Vodka has resulted in some of our more respected advocates calling into question EDGE’s sponsorship of an ongoing promotional campaign for Stolichnaya vodka.


David Foucher is the Publisher and CEO of EDGE Publications, a member of the National Lesbian & Gay Journalist Association, and is accredited with the Online Society of Film Critics. David lives with his husband in Dedham MA.

Other Recent Columns

Canada? Or four more years?

By David Foucher | Nov 5
Seems a little warmer than normal in Canada this year, doesn’t it?

Mc Greevey: A scandal for New Jersey... or America?

By David Foucher | Aug 13
In the wake of New Jersey Governer James McGreevey’s resignation, this nation, fixated by the latest political scandal, needs to remember the critical facts.

EDGE and Your Privacy

By David Foucher | Jul 29
A statement about privacy at EDGE Publications from the publisher... and a clarification about third-party emails about which our users have been asking questions.

The Internet: The New Frontier for Discrimination?

By David Foucher | Jun 29
Your employer may be surreptitiously controlling your web browers by blocking Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual websites. How? One company makes it easy to discriminate - and our community must act.

George Bush and the Military Draft: Fears and Facts

By David Foucher | Jun 14
Is George Bush preparing to reinstate the draft should he be re-elected in November? And is the Selective Service ramping up to execute on an intent to conscript Americans into the military once again? Here are the truths.

The Tsunami of Human Relief

By David Foucher | Jan 7
As a race, and in particular as Americans in the post-MTV generation, it is our attention-deficit disorder that has risen to the task of providing aid to the tsunami victims in Asia, and not our cultural or political intents - and it is vital that we comprehend the difference. Our focus swings where our most invasive institutions - in particular the mass media - directs it, and too often we forget that our media are driven by factors whose relevance equals and in some cases outweighs objective coverage: profitability and editorial follow-the-leader.

Celebrate Pride 2004

By David Foucher | Jun 7
Boston Pride 2004 is an opportunity to celebrate our rights as human beings no matter who we love... and to stomp out the complacencies which threaten those rights as well as our very lives.