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Monthly Archives: October 2009

The Gay Agenda: October 2009

The Gay Agenda: October 2009

Once More, with Feeling. For years musicians Ann Rabson, openly gay Gaye Adegbalola (pictured), and Andra Faye delivered brazen, no-holds-barred acoustic blues as Saffire: The Upp ...

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Sleeping with the Emmy

Sleeping with the Emmy

At last month’s Creative Arts Emmy show, Kathy Griffin won a third consecutive Emmy award for her Bravo reality series, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List. When she accepted the ...

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AIDS Watch: Achtung, Baby

AIDS Watch: Achtung, Baby

In early September, a German group released a new and controversial AIDS awareness advertisement featuring a 45-second video of a woman and a man having sex. Since it was created ...

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InsideOut At City Hall: Barking for BARC

InsideOut At City Hall: Barking for BARC

September finally ushered in cooler mornings and evenings. The days seemed hotter though. Despite the drop in outside temperatures, the temperature inside City Hall rose dramatica ...

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What A World: The Whatties

What A World: The Whatties

Dust off that tuxedo and get out those acceptance speeches: it’s time for the First Annual Whattie Awards. Obviously named for the title of this column (which I thank some of you ...

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Registrations Pouring In For Cologne’s Gay Games 2010

Registrations Pouring In For Cologne’s Gay Games 2010

In mid-September, organizers of the 2010 Gay Games in Cologne, Germany, announced that more than 1,700 athletes and artists have registered to participate in the quadrennial sport ...

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Minorities Disproportionally Released From Military Under ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’

Minorities Disproportionally Released From Military Under ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’

According to Servicemembers United, the nation’s largest organization of gay and lesbian troops and veterans and their straight allies, new data shows that racial and ethnic minor ...

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Congressional Co-Sponsors Move To Replace ‘Defense of Marriage Act’ With ‘Respect For Marriage Act’

Congressional Co-Sponsors Move To Replace ‘Defense of Marriage Act’ With ‘Respect For Marriage Act’

DOMA was signed into law on September 21, 1996, by President Bill Clinton. The federal government singles out legally married same-sex couples for discriminatory treatment under f ...

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Pride Houston Elects New Board, Officers

Pride Houston Elects New Board, Officers

On September 17, Pride Houston announced the election of 10 new board members to the group responsible for Houston’s Pride celebration. New members are John Buchanan, Tammy Dowe, ...

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MCC Receives Multi-Year Funding For School ‘Safe Zones’ Project

MCC Receives Multi-Year Funding For School ‘Safe Zones’ Project

The Austin-based Hogg Foundation for Mental Health recently announced grants to eight organizations and government services, including Montrose Counseling Center, to fund mental h ...

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