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Miami Beach Pride Announces Ally Marshals: Judy and Dennis Shepard

Miami Beach Pride is proud to announce their 2019 Ally Marshals, who will be helping kick off Pride’s 11th annual celebration on Miami Beach. This year’s Ally Marshals will be Judy and Dennis Shepard, parents of Matthew Shepard and founders of the Matthew Shepard Foundation. Coming off of the 20th anniversary of the attack on […]

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Saint Louis Effort for AIDS Will Move to Midtown in January

Thanks to the recent merger between the Saint Louis Effort for AIDS (EFA) and the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin (ARCW), EFA is moving from its current facility in the Grove to a newly renovated and much larger building in Midtown at 2653 Locust Ave. on Jan. 7. “Until then, we will continue to serve […]

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RuPaul’s ‘Holi-Slay Spectacular’ Slated For Dec. 7

During the Holi-Slay Spectacular on Dec. 7 viewers will be treated to an extended first look at RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 4. The one-hour “RuPaul’s Drag Race Holi-slay Spectacular” will bring back franchise favorites including Eureka O’Hara, Jasmine Masters, Kim Chi, Latrice Royale, Mayhem Miller, Shangela, Sonique, and Trixie Mattel as they compete for the title of […]

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Louisville Honored by Kentucky Travel Industry for LGBTQ Efforts

Louisville Tourism was recognized at the Kentucky Travel Industry Association’s (KTIA) annual conference for creating one of the top PR campaigns in the state. The first-place award honored Louisville’s LGBTQ Pride initiatives. It was presented during the conference’s annual Traverse Awards Gala, which honors travel professionals in Kentucky for their talents, creativity and effectiveness in […]

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27 Taiwanese and Multinational Companies Speak Out for LGBTQ Equality in Taiwan

Today, in the lead up to November 24 referendums in Taiwan in which marriage equality and inclusion of LGBTQ issues in school curricula are on the ballot, 27 Taiwanese and multinational companies operating in Taiwan released a statement in support of LGBTQ equality. The major businesses are joined by six non-governmental organizations operating in Taiwan […]

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Making Peace With Anger For A More Harmonious Thanksgiving

Ah, Thanksgiving.  Most people conjure an image of the perfect holiday gathering. Family and friends all attend, everybody recites what they are thankful for, and a toast is made to those family members who have passed away in the last year. But not everybody’s Thanksgiving is a Norman Rockwell painting. Domestic violence increases, political arguments […]

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Rutgers Expert Discusses HIV Testing and Prevention for the LGBT Community

Rutgers scholar Henry Raymond, an expert in HIV/LGBT populations, is researching HIV prevalence and behaviors among hard to reach LGBT communities in order to monitor the epidemic and provide data to design appropriate education and intervention strategies in HIV prevention. While there has been great progress in the prevention and treatment of HIV over the […]

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Rutgers Study Finds LGBTQ College Students Perform Well Academically Despite Higher Suicide Risk

Approximately 25 percent of LGBTQ college students reported they had seriously considered suicide during the previous 12 months, according to study findings recently released by the Tyler Clementi Center at Rutgers University. Researchers examined the responses of 66,208 lesbian, gay or bisexual students and 6,607 transgender students to seven national surveys, representing 918 four-year institutions across the […]

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