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Glee: The Concert Movie O to the M to the G, the Glee marketing train keeps building steam with this latest inclusion into the show’s journey into giving its fans what they want, more of those McKinley High kids. But, the live footage stars the real-life counterparts of the characters that we have come to […]

ABC’s ‘Work It’ harms the transgender community – period

In the late seventies and early eighties my Dad, Jack Sandeen, worked at Disney Studios – first as a costumer, and then as the head of the wardrobe department. He worked on films such as Splash, The Apple Dumpling Gang and the original Tron. He passed away June 17, 2002 and I began my transition […]

HIV+ man sprayed with Lysol, harassed at Detroit dental center

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James White, a 26-year-old male diagnosed as HIV positive, says he was the victim of harassment at his place of employment, Great Expressions Dental Center in Detroit, Michigan. White says he was sprayed with Lysol and subjected to frequent episodes of abuse, including subjection to harassment, which lead to his eventual firing. Thousands of people […]

Famous V-J photo reincarnated in Navy gay kiss

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Petty Officer 2nd Class Marissa Gaeta and her girlfriend Petty Officer 3rd Class Citlalic Snell, share a private moment in a snapshot of their homecoming, reincarnating the classic Navy image from Times Square, 1945, depicting a soldier kissing a nurse in wake of Victory Over Japan. Snell told the Associated Press that she felt “nervous” […]

VIDEO: Michele Bachmann heckled by gay robot

The gay robot strikes again. This time,  it’s Michele Bachmann, and the gay robot has a message: “I am a gay robot. I oppose Bachmann’s position on gays, whether they are human or robot.” The message comes in wake of Bachmann’s anti-gay stance against LGBT people. The presidential hopeful did not have much to say […]

San Francisco church rescinds Christmas invitation to gay-friendly clergy

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A Catholic church in San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood has some explaining to do after its church pastor disinvited a group of gay-friendly clergy due to speak at a pre-Christmas evening service. Archbishop George Niederauer and Rev. Steve Meriwether of the Most Holy Redeemer Church reportedly made the decision based in “faith” and a coming of […]

Finding holiday meaning

San Diego LGBT Weekly set out to learn the real meaning of Christmas and on the way, found December is full of meaning for people of many different faiths and non-faiths. One San Diego cleric says it’s about more than gifts under a tree. “Christmas is about sharing – sharing with family and friends,” MCC […]

A ‘December’ to remember

Local musician Chris Hassett has been a fixture on the San Diego scene for more than a quarter of a century. Performing around town in a variety of venues and settings, his time on stage has also included gigs for benefit concerts, such as The Friends and Lovers Concert Series, that has helped raise thousands […]

Man pleads guilty to manslaughter of MCC member

A man who was staying temporarily with Vance Shazier, a “beloved member of the Metropolitan Community Church (MCC),” pleaded guilty Monday to voluntary manslaughter in the beating death of Shazier, 67, in 2009. Thomas Lee Daniel, 40, faces a maximum sentence of 11 years in state prison. San Diego Superior Court Judge John Einhorn set […]

HRCF launches 2012 LGBT buyers guide

WASHINGTON – The Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRCF) has released Buying for Workplace Equality 2012, the popular annual guide to hundreds of American brands rated on businesses’ treatment of LGBT employees. The guide divides businesses and their consumer products into red, yellow and green categories based on their score on HRC Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index […]

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