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This self-empowerment anthem is a rallying cry against all bullies, but most importantly the bully from within. Directed by acclaimed visual artist and HIV/AIDS activist Duane Cramer, the songs reminds us all that "when its cold/you better bring your weather with you/Cause when your down/Bring your inner-diva around". Featuring guest vocals by Sarah Dash, best known from the original Labelle w/ Patti Labelle and Nona Hendrix. Video also includes cameos by underground NYC superstars, LadyFag, Stephan Keating, Mila Jam, Laverne Cox (from VH-1's Transform Me) and even a cameo from Ari's Mom. As the mainstream catches up to what this pioneering recording and performing artist has known all along, "Sparkle" continues Sir Ari’s unwavering commitment to LGBT rights and equality. This is the second single off Sir Ari (aka Ari Gold)'s 4th studio album "Between the Spirit & the Flesh" OUT NOW
This Pride month marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots in New York City, a turning point in the gay rights movement. Actresses Laverne Cox and Judith Light told us about the significance of the events, while Debra Messing, Wilson Cruz and Michael Urie shared pivotal LGBTQ+ moments in television at The Paley Honors in New York City.
From *******www.gaycenter****/out The Center launched a new website for the Gender Identity Project or GIP at genderidentityproject****. MTV Real World Brooklyn housemate Katelynn Cusanelli interned at the Center and contributed her tech expertise to the construction of the new GIP website. Several housemates joined her to congratulate her efforts.
The new GIP site includes profiles of individuals active in the transgender community, services GIP offers and a calendar of upcoming events. The site also features an online educational tool, Transgender Basics, with a glossary of terms, a video and employment information. 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.
Julianne Hough's brother, Derek Hough, tells Extra how sorry his "sweet little sister," is for dressing in blackface for her "Orange is the New Black" Halloween costume.