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Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN), a national, legal services and policy organization dedicated to ending “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT), reissued a national warning to active duty, guard, and reserve service members today after a federal court ruled DADT unconstitutional.

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National Black Justice Coalition Celebrates Ruling on “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”

Yesterday, a federal judge in California ruled that the “Don't Ask, Don't Tell” (DADT) policy which bars openly gay and lesbian service members from serving in the military is unconstitutional.

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Screen Actors Guild General Counsel Among POWER UP’s Top 10

Duncan Crabtree-Ireland, who represents Screen Actors Guild as general counsel and deputy national executive director, has been named to POWER UP’s 10 Amazing Gay Men in Showbiz list for 2010.

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GLAAD Urges Nation's Media To Expose Election Related Anti-Gay Defamation

With midterm elections nearly upon us, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), the nation's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) media advocacy and anti-defamation organization, is urging the national media to scrutinize candidates who are denigrating our community in an attempt to gain political points.

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Human Rights Campaign Announces National Call-In Day to Finally Repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”

The Human Rights Campaign – the nation’s largest civil rights organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender equality – today announced a national call-in day taking place tomorrow to encourage Senators to take up the National Defense Authorization Act before they recess for the elections. The NDAA contains language to repeal the failed “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” law that has hurt our national security.

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Rocking Out for a Vaccine: Styx Founder Chuck Panozzo Joins the Battle Against HIV

Chuck Panozzo has lived a rock star's life. With his brother John he founded the band Styx. He played bass on some of their top hits, from "Mr. Roboto" to "Come Sail Away," and he still tours regularly. But these days Mr. Panozzo, now 61, openly gay and HIV positive, has a new goal: to raise awareness about HIV and the quest to find an HIV/AIDS vaccine.

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NY Governor Paterson Signs Dignity for All Students Act into Law

Governor David Paterson signed the historic Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) into law, making New York the 10th state to enact an enumerated anti-bullying law that includes protections based on sexual orientation and gender identity/expression, which research shows is essential to addressing anti-LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) bullying.

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Woman Granted Full Custody In Paternity Challenge By Sperm Donor

The Superior Court of California in Santa Monica has granted sole legal and physical custody to a lesbian woman who gave birth to a child conceived using the sperm of an acquaintance who later sought parental rights.

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Fruit Fly

Writer/director H. P. Mendoza celebrates fag hags in a musical about a Filipina performance artist. Betheseda sings her way into the Castro and surrounds herself with gay culture.

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Story of Same-Sex Marriage Told in New Seminar at Columbia Law School

The courtroom battle over same-sex marriage makes for a great story. That’s the idea behind a new seminar at Columbia Law School that looks at same-sex marriage from both legal and literary points of view. Indeed, the intersection of both worlds is more seamless than it might first appear.

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New York City-based singer/songwriter, Matt Palmer, intends to bring back a needed breath of honesty into the world of R&B

New York City-based singer/songwriter, Matt Palmer, intends to bring back a needed breath of honesty into the world of R&B.  No bravado, no flash— just his own lyrics offered through thoughtful songs and heartfelt melodies. Matt’s music is the unmistakable sound of a songwriter sharing sincere emotion and a piece of himself.

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Compilation of Reviews By Duane Simolke #1

We have old articles going back several years that we will be removing from the servers. As old files are removed, there are articles, reviews and other content that we wish to become part of our archives and remain viewable on the web for many years to come in a new cleaner format. It's an honor to create a compilation of original short movie reviews written specifically for Twit Magazine by our beloved Duane Simolke. Besides writing reviews for This Week in Texas, Duane has written the books The Acorn Stories, Degranon: A Science Fiction Adventure, Holding Me Together, and New Readings of Winesburg, Ohio. He also edited and co-wrote the spin-off The Acorn Gathering, a fund-raiser for cancer research.

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ANNOUNCING: NBJC's "OUT on The Hill" Black LGBT Leadership Summit (Sept. 15-18)

Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people will gather in the nation’s capitol for the National Black Justice Coalition’s (NBJC) OUT on the Hill Black LGBT Leadership Summit, a convening of top African American LGBT thought leaders, faith leaders, philanthropists and activists who are organizing to empower their communities while educating Congressional leaders, the Obama Administration and federal agencies about Black LGBT public policy concerns.

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A New AIDS Crisis is Coming to New York

A new wave of HIV infections is about to hit New York and we had all better get ready for it-from AIDS service providers like us to all New Yorkers at risk. It is not just that many people have let their guard down when it comes to practicing safer sex or not sharing needles, but thousands of people are living with HIV without knowing it and are about to find out.

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So You Think You Can Dance Tour HOUSTON

The most beloved summer series is going live as the “So You Think You Can Dance Tour” takes the show directly to fans nationwide. The most crowd-pleasing moves start making their way through the country on September 19 in New Orleans, LA.

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Texas Commission on the Arts Announces Call for Texas State Artist Nominations

The Texas Commission on the Arts (TCA) is seeking nominations for the positions of 2011 and 2012 State Poet Laureate, State Musician, State Two-dimensional Artist and State Three-dimensional Artist. All Texas citizens are encouraged to make a nomination, and self-nominations are encouraged.

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Announcement: A Father’s Love Wins Out

The Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest civil rights organization working to achieve LGBT equality – today applauded the change in the Omaha World Herald’s wedding announcement policy. OWH will now include same-sex wedding announcements in its “Celebrations” section if the weddings are legal unions.

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Campus Pride brings LGBT College Fair to Charlotte for first-ever event of its kind to recruit openly gay and straight ally students across the Southeast region of the country

Campus Pride is pleased to announce the historic first stop in its 2010-11 LGBT-Friendly College Fair, a program now in its fourth year connecting LGBT students and their parents to LGBT-friendly colleges and universities across the country.

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