December, 2011 News (57 Articles with 152,268 total views)

On the cover of the print edition for December, 2011 Ebony Davis has been confirmed to serve on the Erie County Human Relations Commission for a four-year term. Read the article here. Contributed photo.

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.

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Calendar & Upcoming Events

Calendar of Local GLBT Events

Up to date listing of events and meetings.

Local Faces and Photos

5th Annual Behrend Drag Show

On Thursday, November 3, 2011, Trigon, the gay-straight alliance at Penn State University - Behrend Campus, held their 5th Annual Drag Show, which featured regional drag performers, who put on a terrific show! The turnout was very large, and there was also a competition for amateur drag performers before intermission. Photos are by Michael Mahler, co-editor for Erie Gay News
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Latonia Theatre Halloween Party

Latonia Theatre Halloween Party
On Saturday, October 29, 2011, the LGBT Alliance of Oil City had a fun Halloween Party at the Latonia Theatre, 1 East First St, Oil City PA. Everyone had a great time dancing and enjoying the fabulous costumes. Thanks go out to Jim for providing his artistic expertise and labor to decorate the ballroom, also to The Mosaic Cafe for donating a gift certificate as a prize, Anissa for the center pieces, wonderful cheeses and homemade bread and to Dixie for taking pictures. Photos are by Laurie Finch, coordinator for LBT Women of Erie, and Crystal Delaney-Kay.
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LBT Women go to Ghosts Afloat on Flagship Niagara

On Saturday, October 22, LBT Women of Erie had a scary fun time at the Ghosts Afloat event on the Flagship Niagara in Erie PA. Photos are by Laurie Finch, coordinator for LBT Women of Erie
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LBT Women Pure Romance Party

On Friday, October 14, LBT Women of Erie had a fun time at a Pure Romance party hosted at a member's home. Photos are by Laurie Finch, coordinator for LBT Women of Erie
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Local/Regional News

Pride 2012 Plans Announced

Pride 2012 Plans Announced
The Pride Planning Committee is already working and planning for the 2012 Pride season. The Pride Picnic is set for Saturday, June 16 at the Rotary Pavilion. The Pride Parade and Rally will be on Saturday, August 25 in Perry Square. We will also have a contingent at the Millcreek 4th of July Parade (our seventh year of participation), a table at the Blues and Jazz Fest on August 4 & 5 in Frontier Park (our fourth year of participation) and also march in the Edinboro Homecoming Parade on October 6. Since they were such a big hit in 2011, we will have 2012 Pride T-Shirts & tanks for sale, with sponsors listed and a schedule of area events. These are tentatively planned to come out in April. We are also discussing other fun activities and projects, including a bingo night and also a community potluck dinner.
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Richard Baer leaving AIDS Community Services of WNY

Richard Baer leaving AIDS Community Services of WNY
We have some unfortunate news here at AIDS Community Services. We were notified by the New York State Health Department that one of our grants, funded by the federal government, has been de-funded. This grant targeted Men Who Have Sex with Men and included HIV Testing and community outreach. Richard Baer has filled this position for the past year. Sadly, his position will end on December 2.
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Times-News' front page coverage of same-sex marriage in Findley Lake

The November 2 issue of the Erie Times-News took an in-depth look at the New York state law now permitting marriage between same-sex couples. The feature, entitled "Residents in Findley Lake, N.Y., adjust to new same-sex marriage law" looked at how the law was seen in the village that is just over the border from Pennsylvania. The article also carried photos of the wedding of an Ohio couple, Jennifer Gurley and Samantha Pawlak, and wedding officer Robin Cuneo.
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Local Lesbian Appointed to Erie County Human Relations Commission

Local Lesbian Appointed to Erie County Human Relations Commission
Ebony Davis, of Erie PA has been confirmed for a four-year position on the Erie County Human Relations Commission.
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Bread Box Award from Erie Food Bank for Picnic donation

Bread Box Award from Erie Food Bank for Picnic donation
On Wednesday, October 26, members of the Pride Planning Committee attended the 2011 Bread Box Awards at the Second Harvest Food Bank of NW Pennsylvania at 1507 Grimm Drive, Erie PA. Donations had been collected at the 19th annual Erie Pride Picnic held on June 11. This is the 8th year that donations had been collected at the Pride Picnic.
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Stand Up, Take the Pledge, Change the Odds

Calling all men!  We’re asking fathers, brothers, sons, uncles, husbands, partners, neighbors (heck, everybody!) to stand up, take the pledge, change the odds and stop sexual violence.  The Crime Victim Center would like to invite you to join us and men in our community at our upcoming pledge signing event for Men Against Sexual Violence. Held from 9am to 12pm on December 2, 2011 at the Summit (8160 Oliver Road, next to First Alliance Church of God), this event will gather local men together to agree not to commit, condone or remain silent about sexual assault.  The 10 am Press Conference will be immediately followed by a keynote speech by Diane Moyer, Legal Director for the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape (PCAR)
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Spirituality and Religion

Discovery: Apostle Paul accepted Christian homosexuals

Discovery: Apostle Paul accepted Christian homosexuals
November 29, 2011 / MIAMI - For the last 2,000 years, Christians have been taught to believe that Apostle Paul condemned homosexuality. But a new discovery documents that he deliberately acknowledged that it does not prevent anyone from entering heaven. This discovery by internationally acclaimed cryptographer Michael Wood removes the final barrier to full societal acceptance of gays and lesbians.
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Political, Activism and Legal

Mississippi School District and ACLU Reach Agreement Over Student Whose Tuxedo Photo Was Excluded From Senior Portrait Section of Yearbook

JACKSON, Miss. – The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Mississippi reached an agreement today with the Copiah County School District in a dispute over the exclusion of student Ceara Sturgis' photo from the senior portrait section of the yearbook because she posed in a tuxedo. The district has agreed to adopt a policy that will require all students to wear a cap and gown, rather than require boys to wear tuxedos and girls to wear drapes.
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White House issues presidential memorandum on U.S. government strategy addressing the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people abroad

WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 — The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force joins with its international partner, the Council for Global Equality, in applauding President Obama and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for their outspoken commitment to ending abuses and discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people worldwide. The White House today issued a presidential memorandum directing all federal agencies engaged abroad to ensure that U.S. diplomacy and foreign assistance promote and protect the human rights of LGBT people.
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New analysis shows startling levels of discrimination against Latino/a transgender people

WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 — Latino and Latina transgender and gender non-conforming people face some of the highest levels of discrimination of all transgender people according to a new analysis released today, Injustice at Every Turn: A Look at Latino/a Respondents in the National Transgender Discrimination Survey.
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Governor Gary Johnson Announces Support for Gay Marriage

Governor Gary Johnson Announces Support for Gay Marriage
December 1, 2011, Santa Fe NM - Presidential candidate and former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson announced during an on-line Town Hall Thursday night that he supports civil marriage for gay Americans. Having long supported civil unions for gay couples, Johnson's decision to endorse gay marriage is based on "a great deal of deliberation, discussion with the gay community, and a conclusion that government has no business choosing who should be allowed the benefits of marriage and who should not."
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HIV-Positive Youth Launches Campaign Against PA School's Discriminatory Admissions

HIV-Positive Youth Launches Campaign Against PA School's Discriminatory Admissions
HERSHEY, PA. – In less than 24 hours, thousands of people have joined a popular campaign on Change.org calling on Milton Hershey School officials to reverse their decision and admit an HIV-Positive student to the school.
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Zach Wahls Explores Pros and Cons of Internet Fame

Zach Wahls Explores Pros and Cons of Internet Fame
MINNEAPOLIS, December 2, 2011—Zach Wahls candidly discusses the joys and challenges of internet fame, as well as growing up with lesbian parents, in an interview with Rainbow Riot, the online magazine for teens with LGBT parents, available at http://rainbowriot.org/teens/standing-principle-profile-zach-wahls.
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Groups Launch "Tell Casey to Commit" Campaign to Urge DOMA Repeal

(Harrisburg, PA, November 30, 2011) – Today Freedom to Marry, Courage Campaign, and Equality Pennsylvania launched the next phase of their campaign urging Senator Robert Casey of Pennsylvania to cosponsor the Respect for Marriage Act, the bill that would repeal the so-called Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). The campaign, called “Tell Casey to Commit,” includes couples and families visiting Senator Casey’s offices to talk face-to-face about why they want his support to repeal DOMA.
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Amnesty International Urges Nigeria to Halt Bill Banning Same-Sex Relationships

Amnesty International Urges Nigeria to Halt Bill Banning Same-Sex Relationships
(New York) -- Amnesty International today reiterated its call on Nigerian authorities to scrap a harsh bill that if passed into law would attack basic rights and criminalize relationships between people of the same gender.
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Equality Pennsylvania Celebrates Passage of State’s Milestone 25th Non-Discrimination Ordinance

Harrisburg – Today Equality Pennsylvania (EQPA) is celebrating the passage of the state’s 25th local LGBT-inclusive non-discrimination ordinance in Jenkintown Borough (Montgomery County). Pennsylvania’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens have no protection in state law against discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations if it is based on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. With little action to change this sad fact being taken in Harrisburg, many communities have turned to EQPA for help in passing local ordinances to address this inequity.
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Despite Pleas From LGBT Students, Michigan Lawmakers Pass Weak Anti-Bullying Bill

Despite Pleas From LGBT Students, Michigan Lawmakers Pass Weak Anti-Bullying Bill
LANSING, MI – The Michigan state senate just passed a new anti-bullying bill that excluded a controversial exemption that would have allowed bullying for religious or moral reasons, after more than 50,000 people joined a popular student-led petition campaign on Change.org, the world’s fastest-growing platform for social change
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Appeals Court to Hear Case of Counseling Student Who Insisted on a Right to Discriminate Against LGBT Clients

ATLANTA – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit is slated to hear arguments today in the case of a graduate student seeking reinstatement in the Augusta State University (ASU) counseling program. The student, Jennifer Keeton, seeks a court order allowing her to participate in clinical training even though she insists on a right – rooted in her religious beliefs – to counsel lesbian, gay and bisexual clients that being gay is immoral. Keeton had aspirations to become a guidance counselor working with students in grades K-12.
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Barney Frank Announces Retirement from Congress

Barney Frank Announces Retirement from Congress
NEWTON, MA, November 28 – Congressman Barney Frank today announced that he will not run for Congress in the 2012 election.
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Support PA Youth Petition

Whether our youth leaders are talking with legislators or local school board directors - the question arises: how many Pennsylvanians support safe schools? Now is the time for us to show our strength so we can say that thousands of Pennsylvanians support safe schools advocacy.
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Ask the House Education Committee to Schedule Testimony on Anti-Bullying Legislation!

Ohio is facing a bullying epidemic in our schools. In recent national news, Ohio schools have been showcased as having a hostile and dangerous environment for our children. In Washington Court House, a special needs student was bullied by her own teachers. Caught on tape, a teacher and her aide called the student “dumb” and ridiculed her personal appearance.
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ACLU Remarks on the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and Using Religion to Discriminate

Earlier this week, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops launched a campaign calling for a right to use religion to discriminate. They want us to think that religious liberty is in jeopardy and that they are the victims. Let’s be clear: religious liberty is not at risk, the guarantee that everyone is treated fairly and can live their lives free from discrimination is what is at stake here.
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Voice & Action National Leadership Award for LGBT College Students

CHARLOTTE, NC; November 15, 2011 – Today Campus Pride (www.campuspride.org) is reminding everyone that there is still time left to submit applications for the Voice & Action National Leadership Award, an honorary recognition highlighting the extraordinary contributions of young adult leaders at colleges and universities across the United States. For the fourth year, the national award is the only one nationally focused on the work of undergraduate college students who are creating positive change for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and ally issues. The application process closes on Monday, December 5, 2011.
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Groups Launch Campaign Urging Senators Lieberman & Collins to Co-Sponsor Respect for Marriage Act

(Washington D.C., November 16, 2011) – Today, six state and national organizations announced a joint campaign urging Senators Joseph Lieberman (I-CT) and Susan Collins (R-ME) to sign on as co-sponsors of the Respect for Marriage Act, the bill that would overturn the so-called Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). This campaign follows a successful campaign in Maryland to get Senator Barbara Mikulski to become a co-sponsor of the Act and current campaigns in Rhode Island and Pennsylvania urging Senators Jack Reed and Robert Casey to become co-sponsors.
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Transgender Protections Passed in Massachusetts; Important Work Remains

A multi-year effort to protect transgender citizens of Massachusetts from discrimination has finally resulted in the passage by both House and Senate of the Transgender Equal Rights bill: the House passed it by a vote of 95-58 last night; and the Senate passed it this morning by a voice vote.  It is expected that Governor Deval Patrick, a supporter of transgender rights, will sign the bill into law.
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Pro-lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender faith leaders call for dialogue with U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops

WASHINGTON, Nov. 16 — A leading organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Catholics has sent a letter to Archbishop Timothy Dolan, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, urging for respectful and open dialogue related to LGBT people and their families. In addition, members of the National Religious Leadership Roundtable, convened by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, have issued statements supporting the letter. The letter from DignityUSA and the supportive responses are below.
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Advocates Praise House for Advancing Transgender Equal Rights Bill

BOSTON, NOVEMBER 15, 2011 – In an historic move, the state House of Representatives passed the Transgender Equal Rights Bill today by a vote of 95-58.
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Equality Ohio Delivers 3,000 Constituent Postcards to Legislature

Columbus, Ohio -- On Tuesday, November 15, 2011, at 1:30 p.m., Equality Ohio delivered over 3,000 constituent postcards to the Ohio General Assembly demanding comprehensive reform of Ohio’s anti-bullying law. The postcards were signed by Ohioans across the state this summer. 
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ACLU Asks Montana Supreme Court to Grant Legal Protection to Same Sex Couples

HELENA, MT — The American Civil Liberties Union filed an appeal late yesterday of a Montana District Court decision dismissing the same-sex domestic partnership case, Donaldson and Guggenheim v. State of Montana, to the Montana Supreme Court. The appeal argues that the Montana Constitution guarantees fair and equal treatment to all people, including gay and lesbian couples. 
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ACLU Announces Representation of Family of Unioto High School Assault Victim

CHILLICOTHE, OH- The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio announced at a press conference today that it would represent the family of a Unioto High School student who was assaulted because of his sexual orientation. The assault occurred on October 17, 2011 at the school, and was recorded by another student. The victim, Zach, suffered physical injuries as a result of the severe beating. In the days following the attack, the video of the incident was posted online, and sparked nationwide outrage at the treatment Zach faced because of his sexual orientation.
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Out In The Silence Screening at Jamestown Community College

On Saturday, November 5, 2011, film makers Joe Wilson and Dean Hamer presented a screening of their documentary, Out In The Silence, at Jamestown Community College in Jamestown NY. The primary organizer of the event was Richard Baer, through AIDS Community Services of Western NY, Southern Tier Services in Jamestown. About 125-150 people attended. There were groups and individuals from Jamestown, Buffalo NY, Erie PA, Bradford PA and other areas. Greg Rabb, openly gay Jamestown NY City Council President and Jamestown Community College faculty member, spoke after the film, and there was also a lively community discussion on working together to achieve progress for the LGBT community. Photos are by Michael Mahler, co-editor for Erie Gay News
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Health

Toys or Wellness Under the Tree?

It was every kid’s nightmare…clothes for Christmas! Toys were in great demand during those early days of life and nothing else seemed to matter. The older you get the more you will just settle for good health and the chance to make it to another Christmas. What a difference that hourglass of time can make!
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Psychological Santa to the Rescue!

For lots of people, December is the month from hell:  this time of year often brings crazy-scary sets of expectations and dread. We are bombarded with media images encouraging us to buy stuff and to be happy…and if we don’t, we’re failures. This is a sure set-up for depression and disappointment. But, never fear! Allow me to play your “Psychological Santa” and give you some gifts you can really use (and no, I won’t fit down your chimney, so don’t even ask).
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Keep Going Despite The Crap

We are all pretty damn awkward at times.  For all my typing, I still can’t type.  In fact it was a blessing that I caught the typo I made in this article’s title: Keep going despite the carp.
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Maladies for the Holidays

The doorbell began ringing with all those trick-or-treaters last month and it won’t let up until just after New Year’s. Your friends and relatives will be arriving upon your doorstep for all the holiday fun. They have plenty of good will to spread and I’m willing to bet they’ll have plenty of medical conditions to unwrap and share with everyone. Listen up and learn about these maladies from your elders; it could teach you how to stay healthy.
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Department of Health Encourages Smokers to Become Tobacco Free During 'Great American Smokeout' on Nov. 17

Department of Health Encourages Smokers to Become Tobacco Free During 'Great American Smokeout' on Nov. 17
Northwest Pennsylvania– The Department of Health is joining local smoking cessation service providers across the state to encourage smokers to use the 36th Annual Great American Smokeout, an event sponsored by the American Cancer Society, to become tobacco free.
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The Best Way to Break Up

I recently broke up with my boyfriend of 8 years.  I can’t believe I was with him that long, he has been so abusive for most of that time.  He’s crazy, literally.  I think he’s bipolar.  He threatens me one day and then begs me to come back the next day.  Recently, I saw him at the supermarket and he started yelling at me in front of everyone, making a scene.  The problem is that he and I own some properties together and I can’t just cut him and his craziness out of my life.  I know he wants to punish me for leaving him, how can I handle this “divorce” without going crazy myself?
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Entertainment and Travel

Book Review: Remembering Christmas

Book Review: Remembering Christmas
We're coming up on the holidays in which we'll treat ourselves to the warm and toasty traditions of snuggling up with loved ones while the snow rears its ugly head outside. Not everyone is lucky enough to be blessed with their own loved one for the holidays – though, the unexpected chance meeting with an old flame presents the means to rekindle missed opportunities. Publisher Kensington Books brings together three critically-acclaimed authors to present their own serendipitous Christmas tales of love lost and found in a rotating male cast of characters and all the friends and lovers who pop up from the past. Remembering Christmas is written by Tom Mendicino, Frank Anthony Polito and Michael Salvatore – each of them give the gift of prose in their short stories that, while they're unique in their own very different personalities, all of them keep the romance front and center during separate journies home for the holidays.
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In The Life Premieres 30 Years Positive

December 1, 2011 – Tonight, public television stations across the country will begin airing 30 Years Positive, an episode of the award-winning documentary series IN THE LIFE looking back at multiple decades of media coverage of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The episode also premieres online on World AIDS Day, held annually for the global community to gather in the fight against HIV/AIDS, to show support for people living with HIV, and to remember those who have passed.
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The Carousel: An Uplifting Ride

The Carousel: An Uplifting Ride
A small, quiet northeastern town with a steady daily routine of townsfolk bustling about is suddenly turned on its head when a strangely frail and aphasiac woman shows up outside the gates to the local junkyard. Who is she? Is she a runaway? Is she on the lam? What is it she wants? While the gossip of this small town escalates, it becomes very clear that the mysterious woman, who expresses a deep and special interest in the worn and broken carousel horses laying about the junkyard, has just upended the town's otherwise boring conventional procedure.
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Where The Boys Are…A TV Crew Waits For Thee

Where The Boys Are…A TV Crew Waits For Thee
Top talent and casting agency, VPE: Vinnie Potestivo Entertainment, is currently casting The Fire Island Summer Project, a new reality series that will follow a group of young gay men, and the people who love them, living in a beach house in New York’s hottest summer destination, Fire Island. The series will film during summer of 2012.
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Logo To Air Special Presentation of Angels in America in Honor of World AIDS Day

NEW YORK, NY – November 17, 2011 – In honor of World AIDS Day, Logo is proud to present the film adaptation of Tony Kushner’s award-winning play, “Angels in America.”  This largely-unedited presentation of the seven-hour masterpiece on the AIDS epidemic stars Al Pacino, Meryl Streep, Emma Thompson, James Cromwell, Mary-Louise Parker, Patrick Wilson, Jeffrey Wright and Justin Kirk.  The two day event will air on Thursday, December 1 (10PM ET/PT; first 3.5 hours) and Friday, December 2 (10PM ET/PT; last 4 hours).
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Halleloo! "RuPaul's Drag Race" Returns to Logo for a New Season of Outrageous Reality Competition in January 2012

NEW YORK, Nov. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- RuPaul and Logo are prepping an all-new squad of 13 lucky contestants who will vie for the crown, an unprecedented $100,000 cash prize and the coveted title of "America's Next Drag Superstar." Logo's smash-hit reality competition show "RuPaul's Drag Race" returns January 2012.
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Letters, Columnists and Opinion

Boys vs. Men

Boys vs. Men
You've reached that age. You know the one: the one between discovering you're gay and buying a cemetery plot. You've been playing with the under-30 set for years. Seducing, dating, bedding the 18 to 29 year olds at least two, and sometimes seven nights a week. (But if you are slutting around seven nights a week, do yourself a favor and take a break once in awhile, or you'll end up with bags under your eyes that you'll have to check-in the next time you're at the airport.)
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Crying for Barbara Grier

She could raise you like a glorious garden. She could plough you under with the sharp tines of her raking words. She could see the promise of what you could yield or trample eager green first growth. Called a force of nature, she was more than that: she was the force itself and we were her fallow earth, her heritage seed, her variant crop of many colors.
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Contests

Win Backdrop: The Politics and Personalities behind Sexual Orientation Research by Gayle E. Pitman, Ph.D.

Win Backdrop: The Politics and Personalities behind Sexual Orientation Research by Gayle E. Pitman, Ph.D.
Win Backdrop: The Politics and Personalities behind Sexual Orientation Research by Gayle E. Pitman, Ph.D. Erie Gay News is giving away 3 copies of this book. To enter the contest, fill out the form here from December 20 through January 10.
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Win Wild Blessed Freedom Prize Package by Carolina Liar!

Win Wild Blessed Freedom Prize Package by Carolina Liar!
Win Wild Blessed Freedom by Carolina Liar! Erie Gay News is giving away 5 prize packages, which include a CD and a poster. To enter the contest, fill out the form here from December 16 through January 6.
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Win Minus417 Skin Care for Men Gift Set from Minus417!

Win Minus417 Skin Care for Men Gift Set from Minus417!
Win Minus417 Skin Care for Men Gift Set from Minus417! Erie Gay News is giving away this package worth $97.38. To enter the contest, fill out the form here from December 13 through January 3.
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Win The Choosing: A Rabbi's Journey by Andrea Myers

Win The Choosing: A Rabbi's Journey by Andrea Myers
Win The Choosing: A Rabbi's Journey from Silent Nights to High Holy Days by Rabbi Andrea Myers! Erie Gay News is giving away 3 print copies of The Choosing: A Rabbi's Journey from Silent Nights to High Holy Days. To enter the contest, fill out the form here from December 9 through December 30.
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Win Remembering Christmas from Kensington Books!

Win Remembering Christmas from Kensington Books!
Win Remembering Christmas from Kensington Books! Erie Gay News is giving away 5 copies of this delightful Christmas-themed anthology. To enter the contest, fill out the form here  from December 6 through December 27. Read the review in Kevin's Korner.
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Win The Carousel by Author Stefani Deoul from A & M Books

Win The Carousel by Author Stefani Deoul from A & M Books
Win The Carousel by Stefani Deoul from A & M Books! Erie Gay News is giving away 3 print copies of The Carousel, a novel by television producer Stefani Deoul. To enter the contest, fill out the form here from December 2 through December 23. Read the review in Kevin's Korner.
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Win Down To The Bone and The Killer Condom from Ignite Entertainment

Win Down To The Bone and The Killer Condom from Ignite Entertainment
Win Down To The Bone and The Killer Condom from Ignite Entertainment. Erie Gay News is giving away 3 prize packages consisting of both graphic novels. To enter the contest, fill out the form here from November 29  through December 20.
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Win Retromix: Fleetwood from Centaur Music

Win Retromix: Fleetwood from Centaur Music
Win Retromix: Fleetwood from Centaur Music. Erie Gay News is giving away downloads to 20 lucky winners! To enter the contest, fill out the form here from November 25 through December 16.
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