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SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED FOR NATIONAL EQUALITY MARCH

Longtime gay activist David Mixner, who in May called for a national march on Washington “to empower our young and to show the nation that anything less than full freedom is unacceptable,” is among the featured speakers at the October 11th National Equality March (NEM) in Washington, organizers announced today.

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GLSEN Names Georgia High School Senior Austin Laufersweiler Student Advocate of the Year

GLSEN, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network, is pleased to announce that 18-year-old Austin Laufersweiler will receive GLSEN’s inaugural Student Advocate of the Year Award presented by AT&T at GLSEN’s fifth annual Respect Awards - Los Angeles at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Oct. 9. Laufersweiler is a senior at Lassiter High School in Marietta, Ga.

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H BOX Arrives In Houston for 2009 Cinema Arts Festival Houston

Part art gallery, part cinema, a state-of-the-art device called H BOX featuring video and short films by 10 artists, arrives Wednesday, October 21, 2009 as part of the Houston Cinema Arts Society's 2009 Cinema Arts Festival Houston. The Festival, a vibrant multimedia arts event breaking out of the confines of the movie theater through live music and film performances, outdoor projections, interactive video installations and more, is set for November 11-15 at cultural locales throughout Houston. H BOX, the portable screening room designed by Portuguese artist/architect Dider Fiuza Faustino and sponsored by the Hermès Foundation, will be stationed at the historic Alabama Theatre through the close of the Festival on November 15.

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Human Rights Campaign PAC Endorses Lieutenant Gov. John Garamendi For U.S. Congress

The Human Rights Campaign PAC, the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization, announced the endorsement of Lieutenant Governor John Garamendi for U.S. Congress.  Garamendi is a strong supporter of marriage equality for same-sex couples and has been a vocal critic of Proposition 8, which stripped away state marriage rights last November.  Garamendi is running in the November 3, 2009, special election for California's 10th Congressional District.

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HBO, Shonda Rhimes, David C. Bohnett to be Honored at GLSEN Respect Awards – Los Angeles

GLSEN, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network, is pleased to announce that HBOShonda Rhimes and David C. Bohnettwill be honored at the fifth annual GLSEN Respect Awards – Los Angeles on Oct. 9 at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

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ST. TRINIAN’S In select theaters October 9th

St Trinian’s, the infamous school for ‘young ladies’ is once again facing dire financial crisis! The bank are threatening headmistress Camilla Fritton with closure. Her unorthodox doctrine of free expression and self empowerment is also under threat from new Education Minister Geoffrey Thwaits, an old flame of Camilla’s who is determined to bring discipline and order to the anarchic school.

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Culberson Puts Health Care Bill Online for Public Comment

On January 20th, 2009 the White House promised to publish legislation on their website “for five days, and allow the public to review and comment before the President sign it.” Nine months later, the President has not lived up to his promise. Since the President has failed to live up to his word, I am making H.R. 3200 available for public comment through a new technology called Sharedbook.

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Cleve Jones Invites Obama to National Equality March

Prominent gay activist Cleve Jones has invited President Barack Obama to speak at the National Equality March on October 11, event organizers revealed today.  Jones' letter was delivered to the White House on Friday, September 25.  In it, Jones compares the event with the Civil Rights March of 1963, and asserts that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people "have a dream too."  Jones offers Obama an opportunity to "remind the world that we are welcome members of this nation."  The full text of the letter follows.

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It's BLITZ WEEK -- Let's Turn Austin OctoTea!

Are You Ready for Blitz Week? Well Ready or Not – Here It Comes!

The OctoTea Dance XIV
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Prominent Religious Leaders, Faith Communities Endorse National Equality March

Seventy religious leaders added their names this week to the growing list of endorsements for the National Equality March.  The March has provided leaders from America’s broad religious spectrum a vehicle to demand full and equal protection for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in all matters governed by civil law in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

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Vaccine Prevents Some HIV Infection; Results "Very Promising," Says Gay Men's Health Crisis
For the first time in almost three decades since the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) emerged, a vaccine trial in Thailand has found rates of HIV infection 31 percent lower among trial volunteers who received the vaccine versus those who received a placebo.
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Chris Willis Takes Dance World By Storm With Powerhouse Vocal Performance On New Album By Superstar

Make no mistake: You know and love the voice—and it belongs to Chris Willis. 
 
At once soulful and gritty, Willis’ voice has fueled numerous dance and top 40 pop hits, including the 2007 charttopper, “Love Is Gone,” which dominated charts around the world, and “Everytime We Touch,” a Top 10 European smash earlier this year.   

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Middle School LGBT Students Face Extreme Levels of Harassment, Higher than Their High School Peers,

NEW YORK, Sept. 24, 2009 – Middle school LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) students are significantly more likely to face hostile school climates than high school LGBT students, yet have less access to school resources and support, according to a new research brief from GLSEN, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network, released as the New York Times Magazine publishes a cover story on students coming out in middle school.

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Yossi & Jagger

This Isreali film (in Hebrew, with English subtitles) centers around two male soldiers who have fallen in love with each other. They keep their relationship secret, stealing embraces in the snow or wherever they can. 

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In The Closet

Griffin (J.T. Tepnapa) goes home with Press (Brent Corrigan) after meeting him (presumably) at a bar. We don’t know many details about that meeting, except that Press eventually found the courage to “chat up” Griffin. A feature-length version—and yes, this short film merits such treatment—might explore that awkward first meeting.

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U.S. House Holds Hearing on Employment Non-Discrimination Act

The Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, praised the House Education and Labor Committee today for holding a full committee hearing on an inclusive Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which would prohibit employment discrimination, preferential treatment, and retaliation on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.  The lead sponsors of the measure are Representatives Barney Frank (D-MA), IIeana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), Jared Polis (D-CO), Michael Castle (R-DE), George Miller (D-CA), Mark Kirk (R-IL), John Conyers (D-MI), Todd Platts (R-PA), Rob Andrews (D-NJ), and Leonard Lance (R-NJ).

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Majority of Workers Still Hide Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity at Work

A majority – 51 percent – of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender workers continue to hide their identity from most or all co-workers, according to a new report released today from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation that examines the real-life experiences of LGBT workers.  The report, “Degrees of Equality: A National Study Examining Workplace Climate for LGBT Employees,” found that, despite significant advances in employment policies at major U.S. corporations, a majority of LGBT workers continue to experience a range of negative consequences because of their sexual orientation and gender identity.  Younger workers are even more likely to hide their LGBT identity – only 5 percent of LGBT employees ages 18 to 24 say they are totally open at work, compared to more than 20 percent in older age cohorts.  The report is available for download at www.DegreesOfEquality.org.

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A New Voice for the LGBT Community

You’ve heard his voice. If you watch television, listen to radio or go to the movies you have heard Ben Patrick Johnson.

Ben is one of the top voice over announcers in Hollywood. He’s the guy who says, “In a world . . . “ for major motion pictures like Disney’s Lilo & Stitch, Borat, and just about every Adam Sandler movie you can name. His voice is also heard on all major networks promoting shows like Cold Case and House. His voice is literally heard hundreds of times every day by millions of Americans.
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