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GMHC Commends House Vote on Historic Health Care Reform Bill that Will have Profound Impact on People Living with HIV

On Sunday, March 21, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the health care reform bill by a 219-212 vote. The bill, which was approved by the Senate in December 2009, makes a giant leap forward in expanding access to health care for 32 million Americans, and constitutes the greatest expansion of federal health care guarantees since 1965 when Medicare was first enacted. This vote in the House of Representatives, after more than a year of heated debate, marks a huge victory for the American people, both those with insurance and those without.

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NYC & Company, the official marketing, tourism and partnership organization for the City of New York, today joined with Heritage of Pride, Inc., to unveil the 2010 theme of the City's annual gay pride celebration. This year's theme, "Liberty and Justice for All," will spotlight New York City as one of the world's most welcoming and inclusive LGBT destinations. The City will host a full week of activities, beginning with The Rally at Central Park’s Rumsey Playfield on Saturday, June 19, and culminating in the legendary Dance on the Pier at Pier 54 – Hudson River Park on Sunday, June 27.

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Kaylah Marin To Perform with Superstar Lineup At Girl Bar Dinah Shore Week™

R&B artist Kaylah Marin is slated to share the stage with Grammy® winner Kelly Rowland, Kelis, Jennifer Coolidge, DJ Samantha Ronson, Erika Jayne and Orianthi at the Girl Bar Dinah Shore Week™ in Palm Springs, CA (3/31-4/4). Kaylah Marin’s single “On the Floor” remained at #3 on the Billboard Dance chart for two weeks in-a-row and moves up to the #11 position on the FMQB Record Pool chart this week.

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The Bayou City Art Festival Memorial Park is almost here!

Fine juried art by 300 artists representing 17 media formats, including clay (decorative and functional), digital (not photography), drawing/pastel, fiber/textiles, furniture (functional), glass, jewelry, leather, metal, mixed media 2-D, mixed media 3-D, painting (acrylic or oil), painting (watercolor), photography (digital or computer manipulated), photography (traditional), printmaking and sculpture (3-D). There are restaurants and wine cafes, an interactive children’s Capital One Bank Creative Zone and juried Emerging Artists sculpture installations by area high school students.

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Set in the world of gay adult entertainment, Pornography: A Thriller is a chilling nightmare told in three parts, centering on the mysterious disappearance of legendary “boy-next-door” porn star, Mark Anton, and the two men who become obsessed with finding out what happened to him. The first story details the final days of Mark Anton in 1995.  The second story concerns Michael, a present-day writer, whose obsessive investigation of Anton’s disappearance begins to blur between reality and fantasy.  In the last story, porn star turned director, Matt Stevens, channels a script of Anton’s supposed demise and begins a seemingly cursed production.  As it unfolds, surreal and supernatural elements increasingly haunt and connect the three stories, weaving together a world begging to know…what is real?

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Human Rights Campaign, Emmy Award Winning Entertainer Kathy Griffin and Veterans to Hold Grassroots Rally to Repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”

The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization, two-time Emmy award winning entertainer, Kathy Griffin, and Iraq and Afghanistan-era veterans will hold a public rally at noon on Thursday, March 18th at Freedom Plaza (on Pennsylvania Ave. NW between 13th and 14th streets) in Washington, DC.  The rally is part of an on-going campaign to build a grassroots army of advocates speaking out in the effort to repeal the military’s discriminatory “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” law this year.

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Miami gay chamber launches visitor center

As the 600-member strong Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (MDGLCC) packs up its rainbow flag in preparation for relocating offices to the first floor north of historic Old City Hall in Miami Beach, plans are being finalized to launch one of the country’s first gay Chamber-sponsored LGBT Visitor Centers.  The new LGBT Visitor Center inside the MDGLCC’s new headquarters will become a place of community, information, resources and business networking for the 1.2 million gay and lesbian travelers who visit Miami-Dade County each year, as well as for the estimated 183,000 LGBT residents who call Miami and Miami Beach home, said Steve Adkins, president of the MDGLCC.  The Center is on-target to open April 15 with a grand opening dedication celebration for the entire community with many dignitaries, city leaders and community leaders in attendance.

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Transgender Education Network of Texas Announces Organizational Change

The board of Transgender Education Network of Texas (formerly TACT) is very proud to announce that it has hired it's first full time employee.  Lisa Scheps, one of the founders of the social justice organization, has been brought on board as Executive Director.  In the past, Transgender Education Network of Texas (TENT) has always relied on volunteers to handle its programs and operations; with the hiring of a full time Executive Director, they will be able to reach many more people around the state.

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National HIV Non-Profit Moving Into “Real World” House

HealthHIV, one of the nation’s largest HIV non-profit organizations, is moving into the house previously occupied by MTV during the filming of “Real World DC.” The organization’s 20 person staff is leasing the historic, DuPont Circle property which played host to the cast and crew of the 23rd season of MTV’s reality show.

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AFSP Partners with Johnson Family Foundation to Reduce LGBT Suicide

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) has received a $45,000 grant from the Johnson Family Foundation (JFF) to develop a project aimed at reducing suicidal behavior and suicide risk among lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) persons.

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ShermansTravel.com Unveils a New Blog Dedicated to Gay Travel

ShermansTravel.com, the web's most trusted source for editor-screened travel deals, expert travel advice, and value-focused trip ideas, has launched a Gay Travel blog dedicated to uncovering the globe's gay-friendliest deals and destinations, hippest hotels, and hottest LGBT happenings. ShermansTravel.com is one of just a handful of mainstream travel websites to have a specific focus on the LGBT market.

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Anti-Homosexual Bill In Uganda Causes Global Uproar

Standing onstage in black velvet robes, despite the stifling heat in the open-air church, Pastor Martin Ssempa's face is a mask of disgust.
"Anal licking!," he shouts, directing the crowd's attention to the images of hardcore gay pornography that he's projecting via his laptop. "That is what they are doing in the privacy of their bedrooms."
"Everything having to do with eating of poop…heterosexuals do not eat poop," Ssempa said. "And if they do, they are misguided, they are not real heterosexuals. We don't practice, that's an abomination. It's like sex with a dog, sex with a cow; it's evil."

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Environment Texas and Texas League of Conservation Voters Praise Austin City Council for Approving Subsidies for Yingli Solar Project

Environment Texas, a statewide, citizen-based environmental advocacy organization, and The Texas League of Conservation Voters (TLCV), the state's leading environmental organization dedicated to electing pro-conservation candidates, today praised the Austin City Council for approving a package of incentives worth $354,000 to bring Yingli Solar, a Chinese solar company, to Austin. Yingli plans to build a plant in either Austin, Texas or Phoenix, Arizona, that would create 300 clean energy jobs by 2013.

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Gay Men 44 Times More Likely to Get HIV; Gay Men's Health Crisis Responds to Shocking New Data

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today released new statistics on incidence rates of HIV and syphilis among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM). The data, which identified MSM as men who have engaged sexually with another man within the last five years, revealed that MSM are over 44 times more likely than other men to contract HIV, and over 40 times more likely than women to contract HIV. Further, MSM were over 46 times more likely to contract syphilis than other men, and over 71 times more likely than women to contract syphilis.

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Houston-Area Student Artists Named Young Masters

Seven students from the Houston area are among the 22 student artists from cities across Texas who have been selected to be a part of the Young Masters program. Students were chosen for their exemplary artistic talent and will all receive financial help to pursue advanced study in their chosen field.

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Every Body Out! – “Get Out! Of The Closet!”
A breakthrough in reality television, “Get Out! Of The Closet!” follows host Natty Ice as she crosses the country helping those struggling with their sexuality in a direct, no-nonsense, in-your-face fashion. She dishes out truth sticks – sticks made out of THE TRUTH – to each and every “Closet Case” that she meets, inspiring them to lead a brand new life full of rainbow flags and exciting opportunities.
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GMHC Leads Call to Action on National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

On Wednesday, March 10, National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, GMHC joined local women and girls, leadership of AIDS service organizations, elected officials, teachers, clergy and other supporters on the steps of Brooklyn Borough Hall to speak out in the fight to save lives. Speakers at the press conference included: Marjorie J. Hill, PhD, Chief Executive Officer of GMHC; Yvonne Graham, Deputy Borough President of Brooklyn; Council Member (and Chair of the City Council's Women's Committee) Julissa Ferreras; Comptroller John Liu; Shadasia Bishop and Shatara Johnson, Sister SAGE (Strengthening Advocacy for Girls' Empowerment); Reverend Cheryl Anthony, Judah International Christian Center and Women of Faith Advocating Change; Ruby Hodges, Griot Circle; Lourdes Hunter, Brooklyn Community Pride Center; Aida Leon, Amethyst Women's Project; Carol Logan, GMHC; Esther Lok, Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies; and Jama Shelton, Ali Forney Center.

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EndTheLies.org: Unfounded, Anti-LGBT Scare Tactics on ENDA Become Latest Addition to Interactive Wall

The Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, today added the Traditional Values Coalition’s salacious attack against the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to the EndtheLies.org website. EndtheLies.org, a website confronting lies and distortions repeatedly used to defeat LGBT equality measures, now features TVC’s recent action alert to its members where they claimed that ENDA would mean children will be taught by “men dressed as women” and forced "to learn about bizarre sexual practices.”

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