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San Jose Pride is in just one week!

Bay Area Pride is still strong and in season!  We had another great year at SF Pride to kick off the summer in June.  Now it’s time for some PRIDE in the South Bay.  One week from today it’s San Jose Pride!!!

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You can check out more gay stuff to do from all over on our Events page.  If you have a web flyer for a gay event please send it to Nathan Simpson at

Marriage Equality awards reception in L.A. tonight


DATE & TIME: Saturday, 10 August 2013, 4:00–7:00pm LOCATION: Traxx @ Union Station, 800 N. Alameda Street, Los Angeles 90012 MEDIA CREDENTIALS:
Los Angeles • 5 August 2013 ― California Assembly Speaker John Peréz and California State Senator Ricardo Lara will be two of the special guests attending the inaugural Marriage Equality USA Los Angeles Awards Reception! Speaker Perez and Senator Lara will join Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer, West Hollywood Mayor Abbe Land, Long Beach Vice Mayor Robert Garcia, GLAAD National Spokesperson Wilson Cruz, and Prop 8 plaintiffs Jeff Zarrillo and Paul Katami to honor City Controller Ron Galperin, the Latino Equality Alliance, and the Robert John Russo Gallery.

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Temptress Tuesdays in Philadelphia

Here is something for the ladies in Philly.  iCandy is one of the new hot clubs in Philadelphia and they have a dedicated night on Tuesdays for the ladies.  They are also one of our paid sponsors.  Here’s their flyer for the night.  You can click on it to enlarge it.  You can also check out their official website here.

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Book review – “Jesus, the Bible, and Homosexuality”

Jesus, the Bible, and Homosexuality: Explode the Myths, Heal the Church 
In this sure-to-be controversial book, former seminary professor and church official Jack Rogers argues unequivocally for the ordination of homosexuals and for the extension of full and equal rights in society to all people who are homosexual. Christianity, he observes, has moved through history in the direction of ever-greater openness and inclusiveness.

More Sochi news: President opposes boycott of Olympics, IOC demands clarity of law

welcome.sochi.2014A few very interesting and productive things happened today. First, during this morning’s briefing White House Press Secretary Jay Carney was grilled by ABC News reporter Jonathan Karl on the President’s position on Russia’s recent anti-gay laws and inquires if boycotting the Olympics was something he was thinking of doing.

Jay Carney answered I think in CJ Craig fashion, with clear and concise answers. Watch the video after the jump.

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