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Dec2014

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December 1, 2014
Items DVD Regular Price $19.99 USDEducational Price $99.99 USDMovie and T-Shirt $39.99 USD... Read More

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Jul2012
An honest portrait that goes beyond gay issues and explores identity, race, family and loneliness; the kind of loneliness you feel when trapped between all the layers that build your place in this world. You don't relate to these characters just because they're gay, not even because they're Latino, but because ... Read More

09

Nov2011
Q & A With Giovanni Aguayo, a 21 year old gay Latino Male in Las Vegas with a big dream and a story to go with it. Do you identify as gay? Queer? Latino? a singer? artist? performer? What would ... Read More

14

Sep2011
Join us for the 18th Annual Noche De Las Memorias Strengthening Our Voices, Working Together For Change A World AIDS Day Event December 1, 2011 at 7 PM... Read More

10

Sep2011
La Colectiva Chorizo y Maguey present with Company of Angels The World Premiere of blu by Virginia Grise Directed by Laurie Carlos “blu is technically expert. … Grise’s choral effects are thrilling and unexpected. But, just as important, ... Read More

09

Sep2011
written by Erasmo Guerra in the  NYDaily News.com It's been more than 10 years since our last kiss of Latino gay lit. Writer Charles Rice-González says the last time a group of Latino gay fiction appeared in print was the 1999 collection "Bésame Mucho," edited ... Read More

09

Sep2011
? Blog Source: A Gender Variance Who's Who Research by Zagria In 1961, José Sarria was the first out gay person to ever run for public office in the US. He did not win, but he made history. Sarria went on to found the International Imperial Court System ... Read More

03

Sep2011
Round Table: Identity Jokes & ReclaimingPower Author: You're Welcome Blog   Last Saturday, all three You’re Welcome writers got drinks together and recorded a great, meaty conversation about jokes, power, identity, and leaning into stereotypes. It’s transcribed below.... Read More

02

Sep2011
Letter to My “Enemy” By Ollin Morales, courage2create@gmail.com Dear “Enemy,” You have compared me to a terrorist. My need to hold the love of my life in my arms, in your eyes, is equal to a man strapping an explosive to his chest, detonating it, and decimating a street corner filled with ... Read More

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Aug2011
Source: Glaad Blog.com Every day, GLAAD’s Spanish-Language Media team monitors news and entertainment content in film, television, print and online media. We often find interesting stories that we want to share with you, which is why we created LGBT en Español, a look at depictions of ... Read More

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