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SDSU hosts open house for future meeting planners

SDSU’s College of Extended Studies will host a fall open house for its Professional Certificate in Meeting and Event Planning program Thursday, July 12 from 6-7:30 p.m. in the SDSU Extended Studies/Gateway Centers. This certificate program is aimed at students who want to explore a new career opportunity or refresh their current skills, are seeking […]

Testing for Pride tickets

The UC San Diego AntiViral Research Center is offering free San Diego Pride tickets for everyone taking a free, confidential HIV Early Test, through July 18. Simply schedule an appointment and get a free one-day ticket to the San Diego Pride Festival. The free San Diego Pride ticket offer is only good for appointments through […]

Suspended teacher showed ‘cannibal porn’

MONTREAL (CNN) – A Montreal teacher has been suspended for showing his 10th grade students the killing and dismemberment video allegedly filmed by Canadian gay porn actor Luka Magnotta, the school board said last week. The class viewing allegedly took place on the morning of June 4; the same day German authorities captured Magnotta in […]

Thousands fill Tel Aviv streets for Pride

TEL AVIV, Israel (CNN) – Gay Pride 2012 drew tens of thousands of people to the streets of Tel Aviv earlier this month to celebrate the city’s annual gay pride event. The partygoers started their journey at a community park and walked through several main streets in the heart of the city before holding a […]

Squat hobbits and friends on high

The cardinal wedding rule is no one looks prettier than the bride. For my cousin who was, shall we say, a big-boned girl with a great personality, this challenge was met with girls of various heights, weights, colors, amounts of acne and two baby bumps. All wore home-dyed lime(ish) dresses of taffeta and crinoline. The […]

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Living an authentic life in ‘Harmony’

Harmony, Kansas now playing at the Diversionary Theatre is the brainchild of Bill Nelson and Anna K. Jacobs. It’s getting its world premiere here in San Diego, after a few out-of-town workshops. Harmony tells the story of seven Kansas farmers who are gay but not publicly. They secretly form a men’s harmony group under the […]

Shirtless by August

The most common desire for any man or woman looking to shape, tone, firm and look sexy is to achieve “washboard abs.” This goal is achieved by the five components of fitness: a nutritional, healthy diet; resistance training; supplements; cardiovascular exercise; and the benefit of a personal trainer to teach these components. While it seems […]

Out to one who matters

After two months of being congested, coughing and clearly sick, I couldn’t deny it any longer, a trip to the doctor was inevitable. As a gay man, going to the doctor has always been an awkward and uncomfortable experience for me. I felt vulnerable and hesitant to share personal information, especially about my sex life. […]

Letters

Fighting for every life threatened by cancer – in every community Dear Editor, In recognition of June 2012 being LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) Pride month, Gov. Jerry Brown recently noted that “California has been a leader in advancing the rights of its LGBT citizens.” The California Division of the American Cancer Society is […]

Pride Card Deals

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