Dining Out For Life – Seattle

Dining Out For Life hits Seattle today for it’s 18th year! When you dine out at participating restaurants, grocery stores, cafes or bakery’s a percentage of your purchase goes to the Lifelong AIDS Alliance! Be sure to check out the participating restaurant page to find your favorite eateries!

Check the video from Lifelong AIDS Alliance to see what they’re doing to help after the jump.

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Black, Gifted and Gay

Black, Gifted and Gay is a new book showing us the lives and accomplishments of 20 living icons, who are apart of the gay, lesbian bisexual and transgender community, and also happen to be of African descent.

Authors Leyla Farah and Sarah Tace show us 20 entertainers, thinkers, gifted artists and leaders reminding us the GLBT community comes in different forms while exploring what it means to be GLBT and apart of the African-American culture.

You can read more about the book from it’s website or check it out on Amazon.com.

12th annual How Weird Street Faire!

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This How Weird Street Faire will kick off the street fair season in San Francisco this Sunday, May 1st. Be sure not to miss it at Howard & 2nd Street from noon to 8pm.

More pictures and about the fair after the jump.

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We have a new sponsor!

We have a new sponsor for Queer Landia!  Eric Ross of My Uncle’s Wedding is our latest official supporters of our gay blog.  My Uncles’s Wedding a great resource for children and if you haven’t checked out the website for this gay-friendly children’s story you definitely should.  My Uncle’s Wedding is now officially listed on our Sponsors page and we appreciate the support.

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A message from our friends at Marriage Equality USA

Dear Love Warriors ~

Help local youth from Sonoma County share the antidote to fear and intolerance while shopping for unbelievable bargains!

Sixteen Sonoma County kids created a play from interviews with 8 local couples (5 same-gender & 3 mixed-gender) about love, life, & discrimination.  Marriage Equality USA’s Molly McKay and Davina Kotulski are one of the couples portrayed. Their play is so moving, so hilarious, and so potent that these astonishing young people have caught the attention of the New York theatre community and have been invited to share their production in an Off-Broadway run this July and August at the New York Theatre Workshop!

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The sexual side of Cirque Du Soleil

Everywhere I look I’m reading raving reviews about Cirque Du Soleil’s ZUMANITY, and it’s really looking like it’s a must see. Unfourtanelty it’s only showing in Las Vegas, but ZUMANITY looks reason enough to make the trip.

From their website:   Zumanity, the Sensual Side of Cirque du Soleil, is a seductive twist on reality, making the provocative playful and the forbidden electrifying! Leave all inhibitions at the door and let loose as this adult-themed production takes you on a sexy thrill ride full of sensational acrobatics and naughty fun. Part burlesque and part cabaret, Zumanity is one full night you’ll never forget! Zumanity was created for adults 18 and over. Only at New York-New York Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas.

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