Sean Bugg, co-publisher of MetroWeekly, is leaving his position to pursue his work with the the Next Generation Leadership Foundation, an organization devoted to inspiring and mentoring LGBT youth. Bugg has been with MetroWeekly for the past 13 years. It’s been more nearly 20 years since he helped launch the magazine’s first issue.
Bugg will remain as a columnist. His column, the untitled lead editorial, lets him address the issues of the day. (His previous column, “The Back Him,” allowed him to write a column on why it’s better to be a bottom, among other topics.)
“This is what people call and amicable transition — I’ve been talking to my long-time friend and co-publisher Randy Shulman about this for months and he has been incredibly supportive,” he told FishbowlDC.
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