October, 2011 News (151 Articles with 229,371 total views)
On the cover of the print edition for October, 2011 The Dr. Who contingent, getting ready to step off at the Erie Pride Parade & Rally August 27. Photo by Deb Spilko
This is the second run of Erie Gay News, which began publishing again in December of 2002. This is the current publication for the region. The co-editors are Deb Spilko and Michael Mahler , with Mike Lipiec handling graphic/ad layout.
National Gay History Project - Week 4 - Frederick Gotthold Enslin: An obscure and revolutionary life
National Gay History Project - Week 4 - Benjamin Franklin: Writer, inventor, statesman and friend to gays
National Gay History Project - Week 3 - Horatio Alger Jr.: From scandal to seminal boys' storyteller
The time has come that we have a true representation for our gay community in the Johnstown PA region. The Keystone Alliance/Gaylife Newsletter is looking to start some kind of mental health program for the LGBTQ community. We are creating the center, we are moving forward so we need your help, your volunteering and your support. To do so, we need to have a sense of the need in the community. Please take our survey and email us back at [email protected] by October 31, 2011.
First Openly Gay Candidate To Be Ordained In The Presbyterian Church (USA) Since Historic Vote By Church
Southern Poverty Law Center and Truth Wins Out Launch Campaign Targeting Destructive Conversion Therapy
GLAAD, Celebrities, TV Networks, Corporations Join Millions To Speak Out Against Anti-LGBT Bullying by 'Going Purple' on Spirit Day, October 20
Married Binational Gay Couple Set To Be Torn Apart Despite New Department of Homeland Security Guidelines
National Gay and Lesbian Task Force launches next phase of Queer the Census campaign to ensure lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people are counted in federal surveys
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7 — The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force mourns the passing of Paula L. Ettelbrick, a lifelong activist for LGBT rights and former Task Force family policy director, who died today of cancer. The Task Force honors and remembers Paula’s significant contributions to our movement.