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From Our Readers: September 2007

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Nice words from all over.

A CLAP FOR NO CLAP

Just read your article, “Nothing to Clap About” in this month’s OutSmart magazine [“AIDS Watch,” by Kelly McCann, August 2007]. Great article… We need to see more of these types of articles in the media that touches the lives of our community on a daily basis.

W. Jeffrey Campbell
Houston

Editor’s note: Campbell is prevention development director/program director for the St. Hope Foundation Fusion program, which reaches men of color affected by HIV.

PRESIDENTIAL REPORT

Excellent coverage of the presidential candidates [“The Contenders,” August 2007OutSmart ] this month!

Max Beauregard
Houston

Editor’s note: Beauregard, a political demographer and consultant, is president of the Heights Democrats and community liaison for Texas representative Jessica Farrar.

SING A SONG

Mark brought home an issue of OutSmart , and I just want to say thank you! The article [“Now Hear This/Choice Music,” August 2007] is wonderful, and much bigger than I anticipated.

I sincerely appreciate you and OutSmart supporting the project and look forward to bringing Songs For Equality to you when it’s complete.

By the way, another great issue!

Darrin Brindle
Houston

Editor’s note: Brindle is executive producer of the music compilation Songs for Choice and the upcoming Songs for Equality. He and partner Mark Eggleston were profiled earlier this year [“The Marrying Men,” February 2007 OutSmart] in conjunction with Freedom To Marry Week.

CORRECTION
In the August issue, we misspelled the name of Deb Murphy [“Decision: Pride”].

OUR CONTRIBUTORS

“SignOut” contributor Lilly Roddy teaches a two-session introductory class on astrology this month. Roddy, whose column appears on page 120, will offer the classes on September 15 and 16, 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m., at her Lilly’s Little School House in Montrose. The fee is $75 before September 12, $85 at the door. Reservations: 713/529-5842, [email protected].

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