Tag: lesbians

We Were Here, AIDS documentary at 14 Pews

We Were Here, the award winning documentary of the early days of the AIDS crisis, premiers at 14 Pews theater (800 Aurora) Saturday, November 20, at 4:30 pm. The film, from director David Weissman, will be proceeded by a panel...

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‘Perform or provide’

DADT repeal gives progressive chaplains a chance to counter evangelical clergy in the military DAVID TAFFET  |  Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com When a soldier recently came to Chaplain Chris Antal, a lieutenant in the Army...

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2 new local pubs target LGBTs of color

Online publishing seems to be the way to go for upstart magazines. Two local LGBT pubs recently announced their debut and have their sights set on specific audiences. Reina is the creation of Ashlei Spivey, who apparently also...

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Not just a ‘third-world’ problem

News of yet another ‘corrective rape’ in South Africa makes headlines, but a quick bit of research shows the U.S. faces similar problems HARDY HABERMAN  |  Flagging Left I grew up in a different age. It was the 1950s and...

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Local Briefs

GAIN holding monthly meeting GAIN, the GLBT aging interest network that is a program of Resource Center Dallas, will meet Thursday, April 28, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Resource Center, 2701 Reagan. Educator, public speaker...

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Puppy in need of adoption — save me from myself!

My name is Gulliver. Help me find a home. Every week in the print edition, we profile the Pet of the Week; this is not that. This is an act of self-preservation. Some very evil lesbians, who know what a soft touch I am with...

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Lupe Valdez, ‘famous modern day lesbian’

Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez and author Erin McHugh (via Facebook) Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez is among the “famous modern day lesbians” featured in The L Life, a new coffee-table book by Erin McHugh that...

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Dance Of The Sugar Plum Lesbians

This story makes its seventh annual appearance on JMG….Grand Central Terminal functions as the mechanical heart of midtown New York City, pumping out several thousand workers and tourists on one beat, then sucking in...

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