Today is the beginning of LGBT History Month! Every year in October, LGBT History Month highlights 31 different LGBT icons, one for every day of the month. Every icon has a video and bio detailing their importance to the fight for LGBT rights, along with downloadable flyers, images, and other resources. A project of Equality Forum, LGBT History Month provides role models, builds community, and makes sure the LGBT community’s national and international contributions are heard.
It’s nearly time again for Boulder Pridefest 2014! Save the date for September 8-14, and enjoy all of the entertainment, vendors, beer & wine Pride Week has to offer! All week long there will be tons of activities, like a movie night, Trans Ally bike ride, spoken word, Yoga in the Park and so much more!
As a Colorado native I could not be happier to report on such an occasion! This year has been amazing in terms of LGBT rights and it seems like soon enough (or hopefully) all the states will allow same sex marriage.
Via press release from Out Boulder:
RESCHEDULED DATE: Saturday, November 23rd 2013, @ The Boulder Theater
Featuring God-Des & She, The Tah Tahs, Vendors, AFTER PARTY and much more!
Out Boulder is honored to still be hosting its 10th Anniversary of Boulder Pridefest after being postponed due to the extraordinary flood that affected much of Boulder County and other areas across the state. Pridefest will now take place at The Boulder Theater, Saturday, November 23rd, 2013. There will be vendors, entertainment and more from 3:00-8:00pm, with a special After Party to follow featuring DJ Tatiana.
In a brilliant piece of marketing, Colorado Health OP hired a bunch of eye-candy to walk around shirtless, pantless, and to hand out flyers reminding the public to get health coverage. The photo below is from The Denver Post, and I’ve added a few more after the jump!