Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Making a Difference

Today through January 1st there will be no new links. I post everyday offering help to whoever needs it. So these last few days of the year I challenge you all who read this humble blog to make a difference in our struggle. I want you to be the link.

Making a difference is easy. You can do something simple like write an elected official, speak out on national news site, volunteer your time to a LGBT cause or organization, even write a blog. There are many ways to make a change in our world. All I'm asking for is one act of change on your part. It all adds up in the grand scheme of life.

If you choose to accept my challenge please post a reply and let me know what you did. So please join in and make a difference!

Love is Never Wrong

Monday, December 27, 2010

Transgender Support & Resources IV

Here are some more resources for the T in our LGBT community. So today I give you what I have for the southwest.

Gender Education, Advocacy & Resources (GEAR) is based in Dallas. They offer many resources from education to support and social events.


TransHarmony is a Phoenix based support group. They have many links and articles listed.


Southern Arizona Gender Alliance is mainly a support and social network. They have various resources and references to local sources.


Tansgender NM Support Group is pretty much as it says. They have many links. I hope this site is helpful. I'm not sure since it talks very little about the actual process. If someone could do a review I would appreciate it.


Tmosaic Mutually Organized Support and Interactive Community is a support group based in Enid.



The Twofold Group is a support group for central Oklahoma. Very simple to navigate and decent resources.


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Sunday, December 26, 2010

It's a Miscellaneous Day

No them from me today just some random sites to help. Everyone needs a little chaos now and then.

The LGBTQ Presidents in Higher Education is a group of College and University presidents dedicated to mentoring and improving LGBT issues. They are still new so give them time to develop and check in.


Sexualiti Merdeka pride festival in Malaysia. They seek to educate, support, advocate, and raise community awareness through their annual festival.


FordhamOUTLaws is a LGBT student group from the Fordham Law School. It is in blog style. They seem to offer support and social events.


The Lesbian Lifestyle is a collection of stories from Lesbians. Take a look at life through that perspective. Love, hate, religion, and much more it certainly doesn't get routine. Check them out.


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Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas

I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. May you be surrounded by the warmth and love of those most special in your lives. May your bounty keep you satisfied and secure. And may you all know joy in your life.

To my viewers who may not practice Christmas please take time to show those in your life that matter you appreciate their love and friendship. Show tolerance and kindness to all you meet. And please share your excess in life with all those who may not be so fortunate.

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Friday, December 24, 2010

Charity Begins at Home

Today I would like to follow up on yesterdays post of goodwill. Many of us can do things to help make a difference in the lives of the people in our community and we should. So here are some suggestions to begin your own initiative.

Although equality and equal protection is a great goal for our larger advocacy groups even if it passed tomorrow it would be many years before society catches up. Let's face it it takes time to undo social stigmas and prejudice. The area I have always advocated for is aiding those in need, whatever the need.

Become your own shelter or community center. Maybe you have a garage or extra storage area can you keep items in. Collect clothing and food from friends or the community and distribute to those in need. If you can cook you could cook a meal for the homeless youth in our community. That same garage could hold several people and you could play games, read, or watch a movie. Many times its a safe zone where those in need can escape to that keep them healthier.

If the direct approach concerns you then do so more discreetly. Find a shelter that takes in LGBT people and support them the same ways. Hold yard sales, bake sales, collect money, maybe your own telethon to members of the LGBT community in your area. Donate whatever you and your friends can. Volunteer your time and be a role model and offer encouragement.

Be a resource to those in your area. Find out what is available to them and be a point of reference for those in need. We all can keep a handy list or book of sources to turn to. Finding the right help is the most difficult thing for people. They have to rely upon word of mouth and that takes time.

Advocate! The process of advocating to help people is not just something for large organizations or groups. We can all do so. Ensure your community has equal resources for the LGBT community. Make people aware of the plight in your area. Inequality and injustice are usually fought by one person daring to stand for what is right.

Finally give freely without expectation of return. Our reward is in knowing whoever we have helped has a little solace from our efforts. If we can make one persons life easier and a little less bleak we have done a job well done. So please make a difference in the lives of those who need it, however you can.

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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Good Will Toward All

Today I would like to highlight a couple of good causes. There are many others out there worldwide to local. I want to mention these though. They have struck a chord in me and I hope they will you.

My first cause is New Alternatives. I'll let Irene Monroe tell you more about it from the article I first read. The link to the site will be after.



The other cause is Hike for Equality. Please read about their mission and support equality.


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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Gay Alaska II

By request I am listing more Alaska resources. I must admit they are difficult to find.

The Family is a Myspace site for the University of Alaska. It is mainly focused for support.


TransAlaska Pipeline is a social and support site for the Transgendered community. They seem to have a lot of information available. Many links are also listed.


The Imperial Court of All Alaska is sort of a mentoring and sponsorship group. I must admit they need to define themselves a bit more on mission. However they do offer scholarships, social functions and some links.


The Southeast Gay and Lesbian Alliance (SEAGLA) is a support and advocacy organization for the southeast of the state. They have a variety of links and resources.


Bent Alaska is a news and events blog from the Alaskan viewpoint.


The Alaskan AIDS Association offer many sexual health educational resources and links.


The Matsu LGBT Community Center. Their blog tells little about their services but support and social events are announced in the posts. Contact them for more information.


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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Gay Wyoming

Wyoming the Equality State. Their motto is Equal Rights. I hope they live up to that. Today is your day. Unfortunately their is not much I've found. I hope this helps.

Wyoming Equality is a community center and advocacy group rolled into one. They offer resources on education and support, organize social events, and advocate. They operate a hotline for youth and have opportunities for volunteers.


PFLAG has a chapter in Jackson. They have little listed online but most PFLAG groups have more resources locally. Contact them if you need something. They should be able to help or direct you to help.


The University of Wyoming has its Rainbow Resource Center. They are available to help not only students and faculty but the community of Laramie and all of southeast Wyoming. They are mainly focused toward educational resources but do have references to social and support as well.


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Monday, December 20, 2010

Gay Alabama

Alabama the Heart of Dixie. Today is your day.

PFLAG has chapters in Huntsville, Florence/Shoals, and Birmingham. The first two are only listings from the national PFLAG site. The Birmingham site has nice resources and is easily navigated. Check them out if you need anything.




The Port City Men's Chorus is open to Gay men and their supporters. Join in or go enjoy an evening of entertainment.


Mobile Alabama Pride offers social events, support, and tries to raise community awareness. Go, have fun, and meet new people.


Equality Alabama is an advocacy group.


The Alabama Gender Alliance is focused toward support for the Trans community and their friends and family. Probably one of the more inclusive sites I've found like this so far. They have little direct information listed but there are links to their other sites.


Central Alabama Pride is a social event. The site is a bit aged but there may still be something of use. If someone has more information on this group please forward it to me.


Auburn has Spectrum. It is a gay-straight alliance. Poorly maintained site.


Birmingham-Southern has Allies. This is a gay-straight alliance.They have decent links to resources and links to their other sites.


The University of Alabama Birmingham has the Gay/Straight Student Alliance. They offer education, support, social events, and some advocacy. They have news blurbs of note but few online resources.


The University of Southern Alabama has GLBT Alliance. They have education and support resources, social events and do some advocacy.


The GLBT Advocacy & Youth Services is a sort of online community center. Basic resources are listed as well as local links. Volunteer opportunities are available.


The University of Alabama has Spectrum. It is a gay-straight alliance. They offer many basic resources, support, and advocacy.


The Birmingham Alliance of gay, Straight, and lesbian Youth is a Facebook support group for high school  and college aged youth in the Birmingham area.


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Sunday, December 19, 2010

Our Struggle

A small glimmer of renewed hope occurred yesterday. Congress, here in the U.S., repealed their Don't Ask Don't Tell policy from the military. It is a good step but it is only a step. Jubilation should be reserved for the day we all have equality and are treated with respect and dignity.  Our work goes on and should not waiver. Still smile and take a moment to hug a friend or loved one in celebration. It has been a long march to this point and we owe all that came before us and began our struggle. We are reaping what they have sown. Never forget the work it took to get here and the work yet to come. Certainly we have much left to do.

Today I want to offer some words for all those out there who still struggle. Please listen and take them to heart.

I know the journey we all must take to self discovery is a difficult path and the conflicts we must over come seem insurmountable. But know this, a colony of termites can fell the strongest tree and a swarm of bees can defeat the greatest foe.  Our strength is in unity and numbers. Stand strong and be unyielding. You are not fighting for a privilege delegated from some benevolent group. You are fighting for Human rights. They are not granted, they are an endowment simply because we exist as Humans. Never let anyone dehumanize you.

We are all beings of light. Shame, fear, and pain have made many of us dim our luminance it a dingy gray glow. Life can be difficult. It can be so difficult. We can feel like we are drowning in a sea hate, alone and naked in cold watery depths. Please realize that's not true.

Our sea of misery is from our own tears. It is our pain and our creation. You are a being of light. Stand and let yourself shine for the world to see. Yes we may suffer insult, injury, and great pain. We however can look upon our transgressors with dignity and pride. Realize that ocean is not a cold lonely sea. It is the pain of countless generations struggling to be free and live life in peace.

It is not a body that you can sink or drown in. It is the sea that shall engulf all those that have wrought hate, pain, and atrocity. You are a being of light that shall always rise above its waves and walk upon it like a serene meadow. Your light is a beacon to all those like you lost amongst the storm of intolerance and fear.

Shine! Shine your life, your love, your very soul. Unlearn the fear, unlearn the hate, unlearn the intolerance. We always have been, are, and always shall be Human! We are good! We are deserving of love! Realize that!

We are not an abomination! We are the product of or our creator or of creation. There is no flaw in us. We are as we are meant to be. Shine your light upon those who seek dark paths. Glare your disapproval with your head held high in security of knowledge that the abomination is in them.  An act of hate is a denial of love. To deny love is inhuman.

Know that you are never naked and alone in this world. Love is your mantle and what a beautiful raiment it is. Loneliness is not our destiny we need only shine for all things are attracted to light and love conquers all. If you seek comfort always do so in the light of yourself or others who shine. Honesty and love are your guides.

Like a star in the heavens you have your place and radiate from it. You are one of many great points of light glimmering in a great chorus. All that we are and desire is all that we should be. Use your glow to luminate others and show them how to shine. And like the stars twinkle, for laughter is stronger than tears. What a wonderful warm embrace it is.

Save your tears for those destined for the sea. For they can not see in the darkness of its cold lonely depths. They have ceased to even glow. That is why they seek to steal the light of those who shine.

Shine! Know that this point of light welcomes you to join our cosmic dance through the heavens. So again I say Shine! We await with love, compassion, and understanding for you on your ascent.

Love is Never Wrong

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Sports II

Here are some more ways to stay fit, get involved, and meet new people. If nothing else go out and enjoy a spirited game.

The Shady Ladies is a softball team in Austin, Texas. If you have seen their It Gets Better video they certainly define support and positive role models.


The Atlanta Bucks is a Rugby team.


Boston Flag Football seem to be a wonderful team. They organize volunteer and social event as well as play. Check them out.



Different Spokes is a cycling club in southern California. The lead rides every weekend on easy and moderate levels. If your not into competition try cycling.


Hotlanta Volleyball Association offers social and support events as well as playing volleyball. Go out and join in or support them them seem well organized.


The South Florida Tennis Club offers camaraderie and exercise through tennis.


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Friday, December 17, 2010

Being LGBT & Jewish

Today I want to offer some resources to those in our community who not only deal with being LGBT but Jewish. I think we sometimes get lost in our own struggles of just being LGBT and forget about others who may have multiple discrimination's. We all deserve dignity, respect, and equality! No one should suffer for existing. I wish I had more to offer today but sorting through a sea of bad humor and hate can be difficult.  If anyone has more good resources please let me know.

Keshnet offers education and support, social events, and advocacy for the LGBT Jewish community. They have a wonderful list of resources that I won't duplicate here but certainly check them out.


The World Congress of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Jews is an advocacy group. Their efforts are international.


Gay Jews is a Facebook site. Its more for social and support.


Strength Through Community is wonderful site dedicated to stopping hate, bullying, and suicide. Many wonderful videos. Check them out.


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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Gay Nebraska

Nebraska, the Cornhusker state. Equality Before the Law is their motto. I hope they live up to it. Today is your day.

PFLAG has chapters in Omaha, Hastings, and Lincoln. PFLAG has resources for not only the LGBT community but their friends and families. We all need help and support now and then.The Hastings site is only a listing.




Citizens for Equal Protection is an advocacy group.


Nebraska Equality is an advocacy group.


Nebraska Pride offers social events, education and community awareness. Go mingle and meet others.


GLSEN has a chapter in Omaha. This is only a listing.


Wayne State College has Pride. They offer support, education, and some advocacy. Not much is listed on their site. You will have to contact them for more information.


The University of Nebraska Lincoln has two resources. The first is their Queer Ally Coalition. They are student led and offer support, social events, and some education. The second resource is LGBTQA Resource Center. They offer education, support, and advocacy.




Hastings College has Alliance. There mission is to educate, offer support, offer advocacy, and foster social events and safe zones. Minimal information is online. Direct contact is necessary.


The Rainbow Outreach Metro Omaha GLBT Center offers wide range of resources. Support, education, advocacy, social events, and a hotline are among things they offer.


Proud Horizons is a youth focused group. Youth from the ages of 13 to 23 can find resources on everything from coming out to support, and advocacy.


The River City Mixed Chorus uses music to offer support, and advocacy for the LGBT community. Join in or go and listen. Music can help the soul.


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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Gay New Hampshire

New Hampshire, the granite state. Rich in mountains, forest, and lakes it shines as a self-sufficient state.

Outright has chapters in Seacoast, Manchester, and Concord. Outright is a youth focused organization offering many resources to LGBT youth. Check them out they may have what you need or be able to help you find it.




PFLAG has a central New Hampshire chapter with lists to the local ones. PFLAG is a wonderful resource for the LGBT community and their friends and families.


The New Hampshire Gay Mens Chorus offers concerts and outreach. Go have fun or audition and join in.


Women Singing Out is a Lesbian chorus. One of the few lesbian ones I have found so far. Please support them or participate.


The University of New Hampshire School of Law has Lambda Law. It is focuses on support and advocacy.


Franklin Pierce University has a Gay/Straight Alliance. Their mission is to offer Education, support, and advocacy. Not much info is online. It requires contact to find out more.


Colby-Sawyer College has Safe Zones. They offer support and advocacy.


Dartmouth has Gender Sexuality XYZ. This is a facebook site and minimal information is listed. Contact them directly to find out more about their resources.


Kearsarge has a Gay Straight Alliance. This is another Facebook site. Very little information is listed. If someone knows more about them please let me know.


Women Meeting Women is a Lesbian social and support group in southern New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts.


The New Hampshire Freedom to Marry Coalition is a Advocacy group with outreaches in education and support.


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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Transgender Support & Resources III

Continuing my pledge to offer more Transgender resources today's focus is Michigan.

Trans Youth Family Allies is dedicated to education and support. They strive to to make life better and our communities safer for those dealing with Trans issues. Resources for educators are available.


TransGender Michigan offers education, support, social events, and advocacy.


TransCend offers support, education resources, and advocacy. There best resource is their list of resources. Check them out.


The University of Michigan Health System has their Comprehensive Gender Services Program. It is focused on health care, support, and education.


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Monday, December 13, 2010

Gay Oklahoma

Oklahoma the Sooner State. Rich in a diverse people and part of the great Plains. Today is your day.

The University of Central Oklahoma has their Gay Alliance for Tolerance and Equality (GATE). It is student led and their mission statement states they offer support, education, advocacy, and social events. They have no information online so you will have to contact them for more info.


The Center is located in Enid. They are still building their website but they list a lot of services that can be of use. Please check them out if you need something.


Oklahoma City Pride is a social event striving to offer support, education, and community awareness. It's good to socialize with other who share our struggle in life. Volunteer opportunities are available.


Oklahoma city Lesbian Moms is a support group on Yahoo.


Ponca City pride is a facebook support group. Not much information is online.


Oklahomans for Equality is a multi-tier group. They are a community center, support group, social event, and advocacy group all rolled into one.


The Equality Network is an advocacy group.


The Oklahoma Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus is an advocacy group.


PFLAG has chapters in Norman and Tulsa. Both have minimal online information but PFLAG groups usually have much more not listed. If you need something please contact them.



The Rainbow Youth Alliance Network (RYAN) is in the style of a gay-straight alliance. They focus on youth no matter what school they attend.




Oklahoma City has Youth United. They are a fairly new group and still forming so information is limited. What I do see however is very encouraging  and I wish them success. They do have some good links.


Oklahoma City Community College has a gay-straight alliance.  They offer support, education, advocacy and social events.


The University of Oklahoma has GLBTF. It is a gay-straight alliance. They have some basic resource online.


Cameron University has PRIDE. It offers education, support, and some advocacy.


Enid has its GLBT group. They seem to be part of the greater PFLAG organization. They nicely break down topics of interest. Check them out.


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Sunday, December 12, 2010

Justice for the Holidays!

I'm doing a special second post today so I can share with you all this wonderful video by Sean Chapin. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did.


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The Blog Life

It's been a while since I listed blogs. So today are a few more I enjoy and you may as well.

Fightdog is a special guy. He is the true Renaissance man. He'll cook, sing, show you martial combat and offer unique thoughts and views. He is most certainly LGBT friendly.


RickonEarth is a good guy. He may be muscle bound but there is a deep thinker and sensitive soul under it, if you you choose to look and see it.


Guy Dads is a unique twist on gay family life. They talk a bit about everything.


The San Francisco Gay Asian Men blog is a look into our community with a different perspective. But in the end it show we are all one.


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Saturday, December 11, 2010

Gay Arkansas

Arkansas the natural state, abundant in life. Today is your day.

Northwest Arkansas Pride is a social organizing group. They offer support, entertainment, and raise community awareness.


The University of Central Arkansas has Prism. They offer support, education, advocacy, and social events.


The Northwest Arkansas Center for Equality is a community center. They have a host of resources and services to offer. Check them out.


The University of Arkansas Little Rock has The Alliance. The offer resource to support, educate, and advocate.


Little Rock Black Pride is focused for the GLBT African American community. They focus on support and social events as wll as community awareness.


PFLAG has chapter for Northwest Arkansas and Little Rock. Both are Facebook pages and offer only basic info. For more info contact them directly.



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Thursday, December 9, 2010

Youth, Advocacy, & Bullying

Today I wanted to post some more resources to help those that need it most, our youth. Life can be hard enough in normal situations but toss in issues facing our youth and they need help. So here are some more links to help and hopefully make you thrive.

The Gay Youth Corner is a support group for LGBT youth where ever they live in the world.


The National Youth Advocacy Coalition fights to ensure LGBTQ youth are safe both physically and emotionally. Volunteer opportunities are available.


Advocates for Youth is a organization dedicated to improving youths sexual health and knowledge. They are not LGBT specific but have a lot of information for many levels from youth to educators.


Reachout is a support group for bullying and other pressures youth must face. They have a hotline.


Make it Better is a very nice support site for youth and adults. They have many links and videos. Check them out.


Fierce is a New York based advocacy and support group for LGBTQ youth of color.


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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

It's Movie Night

With the nights getting colder we all need to snuggle in. So today I want to offer some short films to entertain and enlighten. Grab your popcorn or favorite snack, some tissues and settle in.

Our first film is Holocaust by Matthew Brown. It's a powerful and moving short. We sometimes forget to have been homosexual under Nazi occupation also meant you were sent to the camps. It is after all how we came to have the upside down pink triangle. This tribute is beautiful and sad.


Next on our list is O Beautiful by Alan Brown. It is the story of gay bashing, self hate, and penance. I think it will touch us all. There are four parts. Pt. 1 has brief nudity so you will have to sign in to view it.





Our final short for today is Davy and Stu. Its a sweet love story with and excellent backdrop and story. Always end on the positive I say.


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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Gay Delaware

Delaware, The First State, is certainly a symbol for independence and liberty. Today is your day.

The Rainbow Chorale of Delaware serves the LGBT community through musical expression. Join in and let you voice be heard or make the time and listen. Either way let your heart sing in unity.


Delaware Pride is a social event. They seek to educate and raise community awareness, while supporting the LGBT community. Go and have fun and be amongst those who will inspire and set you free.


The University of Delaware has two resources. The first is their Office for LGBT Community Issues. It offers resources, support, and advocacy. The second resource is Haven. They are student run and offer support, education, social events, and advocacy.



PFLAG has a chapter in Wilmington. They have a wonderful set of links. Like most PFLAG sites they should be able to help with whatever need you have or direct you to help. Please check them out.


The Delaware Liberty Fund is and advocacy group.


AIDS Delaware has many many resources and program available. Everything from testing to support, to youth. They are a very good site.


CAMP Rehoboth is a community center. They offer education, community awareness, social events, support, and advocacy.


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Monday, December 6, 2010

Links of Love International VI

I don't have a lot today as I am not feeling the best but I wanted to send a few updates for my international viewers. I hope you find them useful.

Stonewall UK has a YouTube channel. (UK)


Pink News is a wonderful all around News site. (UK)


Gay Radio UK has podcasts, streaming programs, and some social links.  (UK)


Pride Radio broadcasts for the world. (UK based)


My thanks to Ryan for helping me with most of these UK based sites. Please check out his YouTube channel and say hello.  (UK)


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Sunday, December 5, 2010

Gay Vermont

Vermont , The Green Mountain State. A rich pride in work and liberty embody this small state. Today is your day.

The Lesbian Grandmothers is a support group for older Lesbians. A lot is not listed on the site so if your interested e-mail the organizer.


The AIDS Project of Southern Vermont is a wonderful resource for testing and people living with HIV/AIDS. Check them out.


Outright Vermont is an organization dedicated to education, support, and advocacy. They also offer free HIV testing and run a crisis hotline.


The University of Vermont hs two organizations. The first is their LGBTQA Center. They have a great many resources and services listed. The second site is Free 2 Be. They are student run and focused on support. social events,  and advocacy.



Pride Vermont seems to be a social/support group. They don't list much online but may have more depth. If anyone can tell me more please do so.


RU12 is a LGBTQ Community Center. They have extensive links and resources. Everything from social events to educational and support services are some things they make available. Check them out.


Middlebury College has the Open Queer Alliance. Like most gay-straight alliances they offer education, support, social events, and advocacy.


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Saturday, December 4, 2010

Gay New Mexico

New Mexico beautiful mountains, desert mesas, and  a rich Native American history. Today is your day.

The New Mexico Gay Men's Chorus offers several shows each year. Go watch and enjoy or join in.


The Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival will educate, entertain, and make you think.


Equality New Mexico is and advocacy group.


The University of New Mexico has a Queer-Straight Alliance. The info is a bit dated from earlier this year but they may just be lagging on updates. If anyone knows more about them please let me know.


Albuquerque Pride is a social event seeking to educate, support, and raise community awareness.


PFLAG has a chapter in Albuquerque. They only have basic group info on the site. Most PFLAG groups have more info though so check them out.


PFLAG has a chapter in Carlsbad. This is only a listing.


Las Cruces has a GLBTQ Center. They offer education, social, support, health, and advocacy resources.


The Human Rights Alliance is an advocacy group.


PFLAG has chapter in Santa Fe and Silver City.



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Friday, December 3, 2010

Gay Hawaii

Hawaii, tropical paradise and one of the few states to have been their own nation. Today is your day.

The University of Hawaii at Manoa has two resources. The first is the XYZ: Student Union. It is focused on support and social activities. The second resource is LGBT Student Services. They offer education, support, and advocacy.



COLAGE has a chapter in Oahu. The site is a bit menu heavy but its worth exploring.


The Hawaii Gay and Lesbian Cultural Foundation is a LGBT organization seeking to educate, offer pride and support, and raise awareness. They sponsor a film festival and monthly films. Check them out. We all need to entertainment, socializing with our peers, and awareness.


LACEHAWAII or Lesbian Arts and Cultural Exchange Hawaii is an online social and support group.


Equality Hawaii is an advocacy group with a bit of news thrown in.


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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Transgender Support & Resources II

Today I have some more resources for my Transgender brothers and sisters.

Crossport is located in Cincinnati. They offer social, education, and all manner of support services. The site is simple and easy to navigate.


The Trans & Queer Wellness Initiative seeks to educate, support, and advocate.


TransFamily offers support, education resources, and advocacy for the Trangender community and their families.


TransOhio offers a great variety of education resources, support links and general information. It is a nicely done site.


The Dayton Valley Gems is a support Group.


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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

World AIDS Day

This years theme to World AIDS Day is Universal Access and Human Rights. So I urge you all get tested, remember those infected and we have lost, and by all means get involved to find a cure and help raise awareness.

Today's only link is the World AIDS Campaign. They have listings of events, articles on whats going on and links to many involved. Check them out.


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