December, 2015 News (59 Articles with 230,061 total views)

On the cover of the print edition for December, 2015 Kim Conti and Caitlyn Strohmeyer were among the two dozen people attending the Transgender Day of Remembrance vigil. The event was held in the Avalon courtyard in Erie Nov. 20. Photo by Deb Spilko

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Assembled Visions: Shelle Barron, Geoff Beadle, Fred Scruton, Terry McKelvey

November 9, 2015, Erie, Pennsylvania – The Erie Art Museum is pleased to present a new Main Gallery exhibition, Assembled Visions: Shelle Barron, Geoff Beadle, Fred Scruton, Terry McKelvey, on view in November 28 through March 26, 2016. Assembled Visions explores the creative process by bringing together the varied work of four regional artists: Shelle Barron, Geoffrey Beadle, Terry McKelvey and Fred Scruton. Rather than having a single 'Moment of Inspiration,' artists typically engage in a complex open-ended process, where a series of experiments and the aggregation of choices made produce an unexpected outcome.
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Local and Regional News

2016 Pride Logo Design Contest - Win $100!


Who wants $100 and a free shirt? You do! But how?
 All you have to do is get creative: We're looking for a new T-shirt design for 2016, and we want to see what you've got. The NW PA Pride Alliance will be accepting your design entries from Dec. 1 through Feb. 29. The design we select will receive a free shirt and a $100 Visa gift card. But first, there are a few rules. Your design must be on the front of the shirt, in the area indicated on the little shirt template we'll provide. You can download the template as a PDF (here), as a PSD (here), or as a TIF (here for Windows or here for Mac). We will also be glad to provide you with our logo to use (or not, it's up to you) (logo is here in color or here in black and white), but you do have to use the colors in the logo in your design. The preferred format is an Adobe Illustrator Vector File (or something we can convert to that format), 300 dpi, with the canvas size being a maximum of 9 1/2" wide by 15" tall. Shirt colors have alternated between black and gray from year to year. If your design has an element that needs to be white, please make it white rather than transparent. There is no limit on the number of entries from a submitter, nor is there an age limit on submitters. Please note! The theme for 2016 Pride is "Invite. Unite. Ignite!" Bonus points for including the theme in your design!
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GEAE Gives Back to PACA recap


On October 14th, the Greater Erie Alliance for Equality hosted our last GEAE Gives Back! event of 2015. About 35 people came out to give back to PACA - the Performing Artists Collective Alliance at 1501 State Street. PACA will soon be opening a performing arts program for youth. To help out with this, those who attended were able to donate about $600 and a ton of art supplies. GEAE provided some great food from the Zodiac Diner, and PACA staff and volunteers opened the facility to the public, gave a tour of the amazing space they've created, and provided some special performances of Rocky Horror numbers.
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Another Great Gala


The annual Lake Erie Gala, moved up this year from its traditional date, was held at the Avalon Hotel Wednesday Oct. 28 through Sunday Nov. 1 with 78 attendees. Events began Wednesday evening with dinner at Molly Brannigan's, followed by a night of bowling at Green Garden Lanes. Tours began Thursday morning. First stop on the tour was Fuhrman's Cider Mill. After leaving Fuhrman's, the tour proceeded to The Brewerie, where we had lunch and a guided tour of the spooky catacombs beneath Union Station. We were the very first group several years back on a Gala tour to be able to see what was under Union Station, and it's every bit as spooky now as it was then. Among other things, still in storage there from the Cold War era were canisters of crackers from when the building was designated as a fallout shelter. Paranormal investigators have frequented the site over the years, and it doesn't disappoint. We then continued the tours with stops at Arundel Cellars & Brewing, and Arrowhead Winery before returning to the Avalon. Thursday Evening saw our only scheduled entertainer at the Avalon, Cliff Hopkins, who amazed the audience with his talents.
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Resource Guide Update


Resource Guide Update

For over twenty years, Erie Gay News has maintained a resource directory for the local LGBT community. We are presently updating that directory.
 You can see the online directory if you browse to https://www.eriegaynews.com/resources.php.
 We are working to make sure that we have complete and accurate info, so we ask that if you are an area resource that is relevant to the GLBT community and are currently listed or would like to be listed, that you verify/add your info by Saturday, Dec. 19. You can email us at info@eriegaynews.com. If you are a currently listed resource with a valid email address, you should have already received a request to verify/update your info. For any questions, contact me at (814)456-9833 or info@eriegaynews.com
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LGBT Roundtable update


LGBT Roundtable Project: Over the past year, a steering committee from the Northwest PA Pride Alliance (NWPAPA), the Greater Erie Alliance for Equality (GEAE), and Transfamily Support of Erie have organized and held three LGBT Roundtable discussions. The committee invited leaders from various LGBT organizations from Erie and the surrounding counties. The roundtable project is off to a great start with about 15 different groups participating!
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World AIDS Day Programs 2015


World AIDS Day Programs 2015

Please consider the opportunities to attend the various events that are free and open to the public. You can also purchase a World AIDS Day T-SHIRT and/or make a Donation to contribute to us receiving five Quilts. You can make a monetary donation to support the NAMES Project Foundation in Atlanta, GA, where Several AIDS Quilts come from to go on display in ERIE for awareness and knowledge opportunities. One of the Quilts that we will be receiving has two panels that were created in Erie by family and friends.
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Political, Activism and Legal

GLSEN and AIDS United Release HIV Prevention Resource for Educators

NEW YORK (December 1, 2015) - GLSEN, the leading national education organization focused on ensuring safe and affirming schools for all students, and AIDS United, dedicated to ending the AIDS epidemic in the U.S., today released Get the Facts: Improve School Climate to Increase LGBT Students' Well-Being and Reduce HIV/AIDS Risk, an educator resource on mitigating HIV risk among students.
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HRC Marks World AIDS Day with Effort to End HIV Criminalization Laws That Harm LGBT Community

WASHINGTON - December 1, 2015 - Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation, the educational arm of the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, in partnership with the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) and the Center for HIV Law and Policy (CHLP), launched a national public education campaign to sound the alarm on dangerous HIV criminalization laws and the disproportionate harm they cause LGBT people, particularly LGBT communities of color.
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Liberty University Singles Out LGBT Military Spouses For Denial of Tuition Discounts

WASHINGTON - November 30, 2015 – Today, the American Military Partner Association (AMPA), the nation's largest organization of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) military spouses and their families, responded to news that Liberty University is singling out LGBT military spouses for denial of military tuition discounts. According to a report by Military.com's SpouseBuzz, while other military spouses receive deep discounts on tuition, LGBT military spouses are denied the discount because they are not "natural-born members of the opposite sex."
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Rhode Island says Transgender Health Insurance Exclusions are Prohibited under State Law

November 25, 2015 - Yesterday, the Rhode Island Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner released a bulletin Regarding Prohibited Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity and Expression. The bulletin is a significant step toward increasing access to critical health care for transgender residents of Rhode Island, who have long been arbitrarily denied coverage for medical treatments related to gender transition.  Insurance companies will have 90 days to implement the changes.
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In Advance of Black Friday, HRC Releases 2016 Buyer's Guide to Businesses Supporting LGBT Workplace Inclusion

WASHINGTON- Just in time for Black Friday and the holiday shopping season, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation, the educational arm of the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, has released its popular consumer guide to hundreds of American companies rated on their LGBT-inclusive policies and practices.
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National Organization for Marriage Again Violates Federal Law; HRC Files Federal Complaint

WASHINGTON - November 23, 2015  – Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, filed a formal complaint with the IRS against the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) for violating federal law by refusing to disclose their 2014 Form 990s.  Following their November 16 deadline, NOM is required by law to provide a copy of the organization's Form 990s for the previous fiscal year on the same day any in-person request is made.  For the third year in a row, HRC has made such a request at NOM offices and the organization has failed to comply, prompting HRC to file a complaint with the IRS in order to compel the disclosure of the documents.
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Sims: Councilmembers, NOW are right -3 'Porngate' prosecutors must go

Sims: Councilmembers, NOW are right -3 'Porngate' prosecutors must go
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 23 - State Rep. Brian Sims, D-Phila., today praised members of Philadelphia City Council and the Philadelphia chapter of the National Organization for Women for calling on District Attorney Seth Williams to remove three prosecutors in his office for their involvement in the state "Porngate" email scandal.
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Erie Insurance earns perfect score on 2016 Corporate Equality Index

ERIE, Pa., Nov. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Erie Insurance has received a perfect score of 100 percent on the 2016 Corporate Equality Index, a national benchmark on corporate policies and practices related to LGBT workplace equality. The index is administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
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NY Gov. Cuomo announces new transgender protections 


(New York, NY) Oct. 22, 2015— Governor Andrew Cuomo announced new regulations to protect transgender New Yorkers from discrimination in basic needs including housing, employment, credit, education, and public accommodations.
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Union for Reform Judaism passes transgender rights resolution


Delegates from the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) on Nov. 5 passed a historic resolution calling on the U.S. and Canadian governments to do more to ensure full equality and protections for people of all gender identities and expressions. The resolution also encouraged Reform institutions to take practical steps to ensure the dignity and safety of transgender and gender non-conforming people.
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HRC Slams Martin Shkreli's Ridiculous Announcement that Turing Pharmaceuticals will 'Roll Back' Price on Daraprim

WASHINGTON - November 21, 2015 – Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, slammed Turing Pharmaceuticals for announcing they will continue their outrageous price hike on Daraprim – a crucial and often lifesaving treatment for people living with HIV. Public outrage followed Shkreli's reckless decision to raise the price of Daraprim by 5,000 percent overnight back in September. According to news reports overnight, Shkreli's Turing Pharmaceuticals now plans to drop the cost of the lifesaving drug by "as much as 50 percent" which is still more than $375 – far above the drug's original $13.50 price.
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GLSEN Response to Republican Presidential Candidate Senator Ted Cruz's Comments about Transgender Students

NEW YORK (November 20, 2015) – GLSEN's Executive Director, Dr. Eliza Byard, issued a statement in response to comments made by Republican Presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz on conservative radio show, Louder with Crowder, about transgender students.
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Rowan County Couples Point to Governor's Admission He Lacks Authority To Declare Altered Licenses Valid

NEW YORK - November 20, 2015 – Couples from Rowan County, Kentucky today filed a brief in U.S. District Court supporting their prior assertion that the Rowan County clerk's office failed to comply with orders directing deputy clerks to issue marriage licenses without interference by Clerk Kim Davis.
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Palm Center Applauds Director of Transgender, at War and in Love on Selection as White House Champion of Change

SAN FRANCISCO, CA- November 20, 2015 – The White House announced today that Fiona Dawson, director and producer of The New York Times Op-Doc, Transgender, at War and in Love, has been selected as one of this year's Champions of Change.
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HUD Proposes Stronger Protections for Transgender People In Emergency Shelters

WASHINGTON - November 19, 2015 – Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, praised a proposed new rule change from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requiring all programs that receive funding from the Office of Community Planning and Development (CPD) to give equal access to transgender people.
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Sims backs airport workers' fight for fair wage; Also supports higher minimum wage for all

Sims backs airport workers' fight for fair wage; Also supports higher minimum wage for all
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 19 – State Rep. Brian Sims, D-Phila., said today he stands not only with the Philadelphia International Airport workers who are striking today but also all the workers in this nation who are struggling to survive on low wages.
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Pride at Work Reacts to the Release of HRC's 2016 CEI

Washington - November 19, 2015 –The following is a statement from Pride at Work Executive Director Jerame Davis reacting to the release of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's 2016 Corporate Equality Index.
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GLAD Voices Disappointment, Hope After MA Transgender Rights Bill Fails to Come to Vote

November 19, 2015 - The Massachusetts Legislature will not hold a vote before its recess on An Act Relative to Transgender Anti-Discrimination (SB 735 and HB 1577), which would fully protect transgender citizens of the Commonwealth from discrimination. The legislature will reconvene in January, when it will have an opportunity again to take up the bill.
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Equality Federation Concerned About Impact of Indiana 'Nondiscrimination' Bill

November 18, 2015 - Equality Federation is concerned Indiana's Senate Bill 100, introduced by Senate Republicans, would not cover many Hoosiers from discrimination. While the authors are framing the bill as nondiscrimination legislation, it includes broad exemptions allowing discrimination by a host of organizations and businesses. The bill discourages people from filing discrimination complaints and would preempt many towns and counties from passing their own local nondiscrimination ordinances.
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New Report: Without Accurate Identity Documents, Transgender People Face Harassment and Discrimination

Denver, November 17, 2015 — A new brief released today by the Movement Advancement Project (MAP) reports that transgender people are often denied access to essential identity documents that reflect the gender that they live every day, exposing them to a range of discrimination and harms, including harassment, denial of employment, and more.
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HUD Issues Rule to Ensure Equality for Transgender Shelter Seekers

(Washington, DC, November 20, 2015)–Today, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) issued a proposed rule that would ensure that transgender individuals seeking accommodations in emergency shelters are housed according to their gender identity. Today's rule amends the groundbreaking LGBT Equal Access Rule issued by HUD in 2012 that prohibits discrimination in public housing and HUD's core housing programs based on sexual orientation, gender identity, and marital status.
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Transgender Day of Remembrance Highlights Epidemic of Anti-Transgender Violence

WASHINGTON - November 20, 2015 – Today, the Human Rights Campaign, the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, joined in commemorating the 17th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) – a day set aside in solemn tribute to transgender people across the globe who have lost their lives to violence, and to raise awareness of the constant threat of brutality faced by many in the transgender community.
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Equality PA Commemorates the Transgender Day of Remembrance, November 20, 2015 | #TDoR

HarrisburgEquality PA Executive Director, Ted Martin, released this statement today to commemorate the Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day set aside each year to remember those transgender people who were murdered simply because of who they are and to fight for justice for all transgender people.
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Organization for Refuge, Asylum & Migration: 'U.S. Can't Turn its Back on Vulnerable Refugee Populations'

ANKARA, TURKEY - November 17, 2015 – Releasing a statement today from a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) sponsored training in Ankara, Turkey, Neil Grungras, Executive Director of the Organization for Refuge, Asylum, and Migration (ORAM), called on the U.S. government not to turn its back on the most vulnerable and most faithful of Syrian refugees.
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Video Series Highlights Exclusion of LGBTIQ Africans from Social, Political, Economic Spheres

(Johannesburg) -- OutRight Action International, the global human rights organization, is releasing a video series starting Tuesday, Nov. 17th, that explores how LGBTIQ Africans are excluded from mainstream social, political and economic participation in most countries—in violation of their basic human rights.
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Department of Justice Weighs in on Transgender Exclusion in Americans with Disabilities Act

November 17, 2015 - Yesterday the Department of Justice (DOJ) weighed in on the transgender exclusion written into the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), urging the court to ignore the exclusion in order to avoid a constitutional problem.
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AL Mother Asks Supreme Court to Review AL Refusal to Recognize a Same-Sex Parent Adoption from Another State

(Birmingham, AL, November 16, 2015)—Today, a lesbian mother in Alabama asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review an Alabama Supreme Court decision refusing to recognize her as an adoptive parent of her three children and holding that Alabama does not have to recognize second-parent adoptions granted by Georgia courts. The mother also asked the Supreme Court for an emergency order permitting her to visit her children while her appeal is pending. As a result of an earlier Alabama order, she has not had visitation with her children—ages 12, 10, and 10—for nearly seven months, even though she has raised them from their birth.
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ACLU of Pennsylvania Releases New App to Hold Law Enforcement Accountable

PHILADELPHIA - November 13, 2015 - The ACLU of Pennsylvania today launched Mobile Justice PA, a free smart phone app that allows Pennsylvanians to automatically record and upload cell phone videos of public interactions with law enforcement to the ACLU-PA. The same app is simultaneously being launched in 9 other states, including: Arizona, Georgia, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Virginia and Washington DC. The Mobile Justice App is already in use in California, Colorado, Missouri, New York, and Oregon.
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Chelsea Manning Responds to US Government Move to Dismiss Lawsuit Seeking Health Care for Gender Dysphoria

November 13, 2015 - The Department of Justice has filed a brief In Chelsea Manning's case against the United States government challenging her request to grow her hair beyond the two inches allowed by military regulation. The government's brief argues, among others things, that withholding this treatment is for Chelsea's own good to protect her from alleged assaults if she is permitted to further feminize in accordance with her medical needs.
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Equality Federation statement: Obama supports Equality Act

November 11, 2015 - Statement from Rebecca Isaacs, Executive Director, Equality Federation: We applaud President Obama for his support of the Equality Act, an important piece of legislation that would help ensure all Americans, including LGBTQ people and their families, are fully and clearly protected from discrimination. The announcement builds upon seven years of this administration's support. They have  extended hospital visitation to LGBTQ families, ended discrimination among federal employees and contractors, supported marriage equality, opposed conversion therapy, and so much more.
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Barnstable Sued for Blocking Legal, Life-Saving Needle Distribution Program

November 10, 2015 - Today in Barnstable Superior Court, AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod (ASGCC) filed suit against Barnstable for preventing the group from providing free sterile needles to intravenous drug users at its Hyannis offices. ASGCC is being represented by Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) and AIDS Action Committee (AAC). The legal documents can be read here.
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'Adopt-A-Transgender' for Christmas

'Adopt-A-Transgender' for Christmas
We are nearly into the Christmas Season, and me being filled with Christmas Cheer, I have decided to show Scrooge "how it's done" and reach out to those in need (well, a few of you, anyway). This is an offer which will not result in you receiving any additional presents (that's Santa's job, not mine), but if you are selected as one of the beneficiaries of my Christmas generosity, you will be grateful, nonetheless.
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NCLR Statement on DAPA and DACA Expansion Obstruction

(San Francisco, CA, November 9, 2015)—Tonight the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals refused to allow the Deferred Action for Parent of American and Permanent Residents (DAPA) and expansion of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programs to take effect. The federal court's ruling will negatively affect the lives of millions of undocumented immigrants and their family, many of whom are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender individuals.
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Health

Kind, Flexible and Forgiving: the Keys to Losing Weight

Of all the problems in life, how much we weigh seems to be a concern for everyone I've ever met, myself included. In my work as a psychotherapist, clients typically don't bring this up in the beginning of our work together. They usually wait until we've gotten to know each other better before they feel comfortable enough to talk about their weight.
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Reported Cases of Sexually Transmitted Diseases on the Rise, Some at Alarming Rate

Reported cases of three nationally notifiable STDs – chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis – have increased for the first time since 2006, according to data published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the 2014 STD Surveillance Report.
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AHF: Increase in Congenital Syphilis Underscores Need For STD Funding

LOS ANGELES (November 16, 2015) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released statistics in its latest Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report showing congenital syphilis (CS) cases increased 38% nationwide from 2012 to 2014, a sharp reversal in national rates that steadily declined during the previous four-year period. The report states that the rate of reported CS decreased from 10.5 to 8.4 cases per 100,000 live births during 2008–2012, and then increased to 11.6 cases per 100,000 live births in 2014, the highest CS rate reported since 2001.
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NAMI of Erie County Support Groups

NAMI of Erie County support groups take place in an intimate, confidential setting to allow peers and families to share with each other their experiences. This type of group lets you know that you are not alone. There is no registration required, the support groups are free and open to the public. Please call the NAMI of Erie County office if you have any questions about the session at 814-456-1773 or email us at info@namierie.org.
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Op Ed: Addiction within the LGBT community is real - and rampant

Op Ed: Addiction within the LGBT community is real - and rampant
I've spent the last four years at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation (HBFF), the nation's largest nonprofit addiction treatment organization, with these last two years spent as our organization's LGBTQ Program Director.
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Contests

Win Immaculate Blue by Paul Russell from Cleis Press!

Win Immaculate Blue by Paul Russell from Cleis Press!
Win Immaculate Blue from Cleis Press! To enter the contest, fill out the form here between December 18 and January 8.
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Enter to win Untamed from Cam!

Enter to win Untamed from Cam!
Enter to win Untamed from CamUntamed — the new album from country sensation Cam! Featuring the smash hit "Burning House" as well as "My Mistake," "Runaway Train," and "Half Broke Heart." Available Now! http://smarturl.it/CamUntamed. Go to http://www.camcountry.com/home/#signup to signup for updates and news from Cam! To enter the contest, fill out the form here between December 15 and January 5.
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Win The Surface from Ariztical Entertainment!

Win The Surface from Ariztical Entertainment!
Win The Surface from Ariztical Entertainment. To enter the contest, fill out the form here between December 15 and January 5.
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Enter to win Dark Sky Island from Enya!

Enter to win Dark Sky Island from Enya!
Enter to win Dark Sky Island from Enya! DARK SKY ISLAND, the new album from the internationally renowned singer ENYA. Featuring “Echoes in Rain” Out November 20. Amazon: http://po.st/aDSIdlx. iTunes: http://po.st/iDSIdlx. To enter the contest, fill out the form here between December 11 and January 1.
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Win Like You Mean It from Breaking Glass Pictures!

Win Like You Mean It from Breaking Glass Pictures!
Win Like You Mean It from Breaking Glass Pictures. To enter the contest, fill out the form here between December 11 and January 1
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Enter to win a copy of Blue Neighbourhood from Troye Sivan!

Enter to win a copy of Blue Neighbourhood from Troye Sivan!
Enter to win a copy of Blue Neighbourhood from Troye Sivan! BLUE NEIGHBOURHOOD, the debut album from international chart-topping artist, TROYE SIVAN. Featuring “Youth,” ”Wild,” “Fools” and more! Featured in Out Magazine (Out 100 2014, Top 10 Most Eligible Bachelors 2015) & The Advocate. Out Now! http://troye.si/vanBlueNeighbourhood. To enter the contest, fill out the form here between December 8 and December 29.
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Win The Girl King DVD from Wolfe Video!

Win The Girl King DVD from Wolfe Video!
Win The Girl King DVD from Wolfe Video! To enter the contest, fill out the form here between December 8 and December 29.
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Enter to win A Head Full of Dreams from Coldplay!

Enter to win A Head Full of Dreams from Coldplay!
Enter to win A Head Full of Dreams from ColdplayA HEAD FULL OF DREAMS, the new album from COLDPLAY. Including "Adventure Of A Lifetime" and "Hymn For The Weekend" - the band's collaboration with Beyoncé. Out Now! To enter the contest, fill out the form here between December 4 and December 25.
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Enter to win Restart in Newtown, Sydney from German author Jan Henkel

Enter to win Restart in Newtown, Sydney from German author Jan Henkel
Enter to win the coming-out novel Restart in Newtown, Sydney from German author Jan Henkel. To enter the contest, fill out the form here between December 4 and December 25.
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Enter to win A Gift of Love from Bette Midler!

Enter to win A Gift of Love from Bette Midler!
Enter to win A Gift of Love from Bette Midler! A Gift of Love, a new collection of 18 love songs from global superstar, Bette Midler. Including highlights from studio albums and soundtracks recorded for both Atlantic Records and Warner Bros. between 1976 and 2014. Available December 4. To enter the contest, fill out the form here between December 1 and December 22.
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Win All About E DVD from Wolfe Video!

Win All About E DVD from Wolfe Video!
Win All About E DVD from Wolfe Video! To enter the contest, fill out the form here between December 1 and December 22. The DVD's release date is December 1, 2015.
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Win Cruising: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Win Cruising: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Win Cruising: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack! To enter the contest, fill out the form here between November 27 and December 18.
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Enter to win a copy of Storyteller from Carrie Underwood!

Enter to win a copy of Storyteller from Carrie Underwood!
Enter to win a copy of Storyteller from Carrie UnderwoodStoryteller - the new album from music superstar Carrie Underwood! Featuring the smash hit "Smoke Break" plus "Heartbeat," "Renegade Runaway" and “What I Never Knew I Always Wanted.” Available Now! http://smarturl.it/custoryteller. To enter the contest, fill out the form here between November 27 and December 18.
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Enter to win Delirium from Ellie Goulding!

Enter to win Delirium from Ellie Goulding!
Enter to win Delirium from Ellie GouldingDELIRIUM, the new album from ELLIE GOULDING. Featuring the hit single "On My Mind" and "Something In The Way You Move" Out NOW: http://ell.li/DELIRIUMiT. To enter the contest, fill out the form here between November 24 and December 15.
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