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From *******www.gaycenter****/out The freedom to marry action on February 12, 2009 gathered a group of concerned citizens at the Manhattan marriage license bureau early in the morning. Several same sex couples asked for and were denied a license to marry. Here’s what happened. More info at *******www.meny.us/ This video excerpt is from Out at the Center, a TV show of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of New York City. The show is made possible thanks to members of the Center and viewers like you. To find out more, join or donate go to: *******www.gaycenter****/support Distributed by Tubemogul.
14 Mar 2009
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The monthy OurNightOut, a happy hour for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender members of the Philadelphia Communty was held at Supper in Center City Philadelphia
14 Jul 2009
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From *******www.gaycenter****/out The fifth annual C-Word of the Center’s Lesbian Cancer Initiative was a time for cancer survivors to come together for mutual support and celebration. A writer, a filmmaker and a cancer specialist offered their insights on confronting this disease. To learn more about the Lesbian Cancer Initiative go to:*******www.gaycenter****/health/lci This video excerpt is from Out at the Center, a TV show of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of New York City. The show is made possible thanks to members of the Center and viewers like you. To find out more, join or donate go to: *******www.gaycenter****/support Distributed by Tubemogul.
21 Mar 2009
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From *******www.gaycenter****/out/ Sarah Rice is a housemate on MTV’s Real World Brooklyn edition. She interned at the Center where she created and ran a free weekly art class called "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall...Self-Image Awareness through Art." The class was dedicated to the creativity of the human spirit and the process of healing by exploring the experiences and expectations of self-image in today's culture. After the class there was a reception where the students exhibited their work to friends, family and housemates. This video excerpt is from Out at the Center, a TV show and video podcast of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of New York City. The show is made possible thanks to members of the Center and viewers like you. To find out more, join or donate go to: *******www.gaycenter****/support Distributed by Tubemogul.
24 Mar 2009
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From *******gaycenter****/out The Center is a place where people with all kinds of interests meet and gather. Earlier this year, for the first time ever, there was a social mixer for people and their pets. This video excerpt is from Out at the Center, a TV show and video podcast of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of New York City. The show is made possible thanks to members of the Center and viewers like you. To find out more, join or donate go to: *******www.gaycenter****/support Distributed by Tubemogul.
29 Mar 2009
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From *******www.gaycenter****/out/ It’s hard to believe that 25 years ago The Saint, Paradise Garage, and Studio 54 were in existence when the Center Dance (aka Dance: 208) was started up. Many parties in the gay community have come and gone, but the Center Dance, now reborn Dance: 208 has survived and thrived! This video excerpt is from Out at the Center, a TV show and video podcast of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of New York City. The show is made possible thanks to members of the Center and viewers like you. To find out more, join or donate go to: *******www.gaycenter****/support Distributed by Tubemogul.
2 Nov 2009
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From *******www.gaycenter****/out/ Author, teacher and spiritual coach Christian de la Huerta says the Goddess is back. He spoke to Out At The Center's Rick Borutta about how the empowerment of women and balancing the feminine and masculine in all of us may be the key to spiritual renewal for the LGBT community. This video excerpt is from Out at the Center, a TV show and video podcast of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of New York City. The show is made possible thanks to members of the Center and viewers like you. To find out more, join or donate go to: *******www.gaycenter****/support Distributed by Tubemogul.
15 Apr 2009
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From *******www.gaycenter****/out Author Martin Duberman sat down to speak with Sarah Schulman on the publication of Radical Acts, a collection of four of his politically charged plays. Here is some of their conversation. This video excerpt is from Out at the Center, a TV show and video podcast of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of New York City. The show is made possible thanks to members of the Center and viewers like you. To find out more, join or donate go to: *******www.gaycenter****/support Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Apr 2009
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Last Wednesday my daughter competed in a regional speech competition. She kicked butt and placed 2nd! Excellent presentation! And an A+ for her choice in topic! Keep up the good work kid, and stick to your Vision. We are all proud of you! Definition: Heterosexism is a form of discrimination that favors heterosexuals over lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals. Most legal systems are profoundly heterosexist, offering visitation rights, tax benefits, and other protections to opposite-sex couples that are not available to same-sex couples. Heterosexism is also a reality in the corporate world, where those who are oriented towards partners of the same sex are often denied promotions on the basis of their sexual orientation, or fired outright when their sexual orientation is discovered. Heterosexism is distinct from homophobia, though homophobia is in all likelihood the driving force behind heterosexism. Sorry about the volume level, you will have to turn your speakers up. I’ll fix that later and repost. Have a happy and productive day! Namaste!
24 Apr 2009
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From *******www.gaycenter****/out/ Out at the Center was on hand to tape the one of a kind dance performance art of the House of Ninja mixed here with the spoken word art of Emanuel Xavier. Benny Ninja and other members of the house talk about the passion they share for the art they create, the legacy of Willie Ninja, and the fellowship of dancing together. It all happened at the Jewish Community Center on the Upper West Side. Here are some highlights. This video excerpt is from Out at the Center, a TV show and video podcast of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of New York City. The show is made possible thanks to members of the Center and viewers like you. To find out more, join or donate go to: *******www.gaycenter****/support Distributed by Tubemogul.
28 Apr 2009
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From *******www.gaycenter****/out/ Writer and downtown performance artist Mike Albo stopped by the Center to give us a taste of edgy New York humor. In these highlights he discusses the personal grooming habits of young gay males, channels Gwyneth Paltrow, introduces us to the Underminer and then takes a request from the audience, poking fun at the seedier side of online life for certain members of our community. Viewer discretion is advised. This video excerpt is from Out at the Center, a TV show and video podcast of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of New York City. The show is made possible thanks to members of the Center and viewers like you. To find out more, join or donate go to: *******www.gaycenter****/support Distributed by Tubemogul.
2 May 2009
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The first full-length feature by LA-based artist and filmmaker Anna Biller (The Hypnotist; A Visit From The Incubus), VIVA is "a spot-on spoof of low-grade late 60s/early 70s sexploitation flicks" (Variety) that joyously and faithfully pays homage to the classics of the genre. Written by, directed by and starring Biller, the film is a highly stylized, super-colour-saturated, satirical romp through the kind of camp sleaze and nudge-nudge wink-wink jocularity that will be all too familiar to fans of Herschell Gordon Lewis' "Suburban Roulette", Radley Metzger's "Camille 2000" and Russ Meyer's "Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls". Biller's remarkable attention to detail and painstakingly accurate recreation of the trash aesthetics that make the sexploitation genre so enjoyable have led to Fangoria magazine describing VIVA as "incredible, experimental, hilarious and hotter than hell in June� a film that needs to be seen by any self-respecting trash movie enthusiast." Biller stars as Barbi, a voluptuous, bored suburban housewife with a workaholic husband, Rick (Chad England), who, although perfect in most ways is indifferent to her physical and emotional needs. To get through the monotony of her days, Barbi turns to the companionship of her wealthy, swinging neighbours, Sheila (Bridget Brno) and Mark (Jared Sanford). It's not long before both couples decide to split up, prompting the newly liberated Sheila to drag Barbi headlong into the middle of the burgeoning sexual revolution. Changing her name to Viva, the once innocent housewife embarks on a wild ride in search of love and adventure. It's a journey that takes her into a world full of new experiences, from bisexual liaisons to psychedelic, drug-fuelled orgies and from bohemian nudist colonies to high-class brothels. Looking like a lost film from the late 1960s, VIVA is a fun and loving tribute to the pre-porn era of cinema, when copies of "Playboy" could be found alongside "Time" magazine on the coffee tables of gaudily decorated living rooms all across America. For fans of B-movie exploitation cinema, kinky softcore, high-camp comedy and all things retro, VIVA is a must.
5 Jun 2010
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In 1981, a few dozen Columbus men and women—many wearing bags over their heads to conceal their identities—marched down High Street with signs demanding equal protection against discrimination for gays and lesbians. That was Columbus’s first Gay Pride march. Though the mood will be festive, the theme of Pride 2009—”Freedom”—begs the somber question posed on the Pride website: “Are we free in Central Ohio?” While the number of Pride marchers—and the everyday visibility of the GLBT community within Columbus—has grown exponentially in the past three decades, gay, lesbian, transgendered and bisexual Ohioans are still pushing for many of the same civil protections that the original Pride marchers were seeking back in ‘81. Mike Maly is passionate about helping the community. Maly has had some great accomplishments in his career as manager of executive technology and office services at Limited Brands, Inc., but nothing seems to outweigh the impact he has had within the community; in particular the GLBT community. “I look at how my career and many leaders within Limited Brands have opened doors for me to really make a difference within the community,” said the enthusiastic Maly. One of Mike’s greatest accomplishments has been his work with the United Way campaign. “When United Way of Central Ohio wanted to explore new ways to partner with the GLBT community, Mike Maly was one of the first people we turned to,” said Janet Jackson, President and CEO of United Way of Central Ohio. “He is a dedicated volunteer who has provided invaluable insights to help us build stronger relationships within our diverse community.” (Outlook Magazine 12-25-08) Love United, Walk United, LIVE UNITED 2009 Stonewall Columbus Pride Parade
10 Aug 2009
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BlazerCast for September 1, 2009: A prevention specialist at AIDS Alabama and equal-rights advocate for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people, The Rev. Tommy Watkins Jr. is a doctoral candidate in the UAB School of Public Health. He has been awarded the scholarship created by George Lee Howell Jr., M.D., and the Billy R. Cox Foundation in honor of the late Billy R. Cox, a beloved Birmingham AIDS activist and gay-rights leader. Become a fan of BlazerCast on Facebook: *******bit.ly/16MSDO Follow UAB on Twitter: *******twitter****/uabnews
1 Sep 2009
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The first full-length feature by LA-based artist and filmmaker Anna Biller (The Hypnotist; A Visit From The Incubus), VIVA is "a spot-on spoof of low-grade late 60s/early 70s sexploitation flicks" (Variety) that joyously and faithfully pays homage to the classics of the genre.Written by, directed by and starring Biller, the film is a highly stylized, super-colour-saturated, satirical romp through the kind of camp sleaze and nudge-nudge wink-wink jocularity that will be all too familiar to fans of Herschell Gordon Lewis' "Suburban Roulette", Radley Metzger's "Camille 2000" and Russ Meyer's "Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls". Biller's remarkable attention to detail and painstakingly accurate recreation of the trash aesthetics that make the sexploitation genre so enjoyable have led to Fangoria magazine describing VIVA as "incredible, experimental, hilarious and hotter than hell in June� a film that needs to be seen by any self-respecting trash movie enthusiast."Biller stars as Barbi, a voluptuous, bored suburban housewife with a workaholic husband, Rick (Chad England), who, although perfect in most ways is indifferent to her physical and emotional needs. To get through the monotony of her days, Barbi turns to the companionship of her wealthy, swinging neighbours, Sheila (Bridget Brno) and Mark (Jared Sanford). It's not long before both couples decide to split up, prompting the newly liberated Sheila to drag Barbi headlong into the middle of the burgeoning sexual revolution. Changing her name to Viva, the once innocent housewife embarks on a wild ride in search of love and adventure. It's a journey that takes her into a world full of new experiences, from bisexual liaisons to psychedelic, drug-fuelled orgies and from bohemian nudist colonies to high-class brothels.Looking like a lost film from the late 1960s, VIVA is a fun and loving tribute to the pre-porn era of cinema, when copies of "Playboy" could be found alongside "Time" magazine on the coffee tables of gaudily decorated living rooms all across America. For fans of B-movie exploitation cinema, kinky softcore, high-camp comedy and all things retro, VIVA is a must.
11 Jul 2010
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Kent Police has been voted one of the best lesbian, gay and bisexual employers in Britain, according to Stonewall's top 100 employer index. Follow us on Twitter at *******www.Twitter****/KentTV
26 Jan 2010
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