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En La Vida Personal Ads

MEN Good-looking, masculine, athletic build. Honest, professional HIV-, 46 y/o WM seeks good-looking, masculine, honest, fit, HIV- top man. For dating/LTR. Me: Rural You: Urban (10/22) Masculine BM top ...
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En La Vida Theater, Arts, Dance

THEATRE **** = Gay/les/bi/queer/trans content or interest VVV = Latino/a interest Previews and Opening Nights **** Sep 25: Cabaret red-hot, sexually charged musical set in 1931 pre-war Berlin, holds a legendary place in American theater, the ...
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The Internet

The Price Is Wrong

Conventional wisdom says the Internet gives consumers more power than ever. After all, the Web is full of sites with product details and price comparisons that shed light on purchasing the previously inscrutable: mortgages, cars, insurance, ...


Amigas Latinas celebrated their 8th anniversary with an art show (work by Mabel Viner, right), poetry (Norma, Gabby, Lisa and Carmen), dancing (DJ Wanda), food and drinks, all at Las Manos Gallery, in Andersonville. Photos by ...
Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum Events

Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum Events

Located at 1852 W. 19th Street, Chicago, IL 60608, (312) 738-1503, fax: (312) 738-9740, or visit The 10th annual Sor Juana Festival serves to honor one of Mexico's ...
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The Permanent Partners Immigration Act (PPIA) has received new cosponsorship in the Senate and the House of Representatives. The Senate version of PPIA (S.1510) now enjoys the support of six cosponsors with the recent addition of ...
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Conservatives and other supporters of President Alvaro Uribe Vélez killed a gay civil-union bill in Colombia's Senate Aug. 26. They blocked both a vote and further debate on the measure which would have extended spousal rights ...
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One of Buenos Aires, Argentina's major daily newspapers, Crónica, has launched a weekly, 16-page gay supplement. The premiere issue featured a cover photo of the city's first 'civil-unioned' gay couple kissing. 'I suspect BA is ...
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Red Cross Marks Hispanic Heritage Month

Refocusing outreach efforts for metro Chicago's linguistically and culturally diverse communities, the American Red Cross of Greater Chicago kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month with new bilingual community safety training courses. ...
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Borrowing Time: A Latino Sexual Odyssey

new book by Carlos T. Mock

This is what has been said about the book by Chicagoan Carol T. Mock: 'Gay literature is rich in so many areas, yet we still have a great need for strong stories from the world of Latino culture —about family, about ...
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Radio Station Attacked for Anti-Gay Comments

Chicago's radio WOJO—La Qué Buena 105.1FM, a Hispanic Broadcasting Corporation (HBC) station, has allowed repeated defamatory comments about the LGBT community on its morning show, reports GLAAD. On Friday, Aug. 15, 'El Show de El ...
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Homo Say WHAT!?

Paletero! Paletero!

En la vida, hay momentos que digo, I am so-so glad to be me. There were also moments in my past, which I was so angry at being me. I was mad that I wasn't good at all the other stuff ...
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National Latino AIDS Awareness Day

WHAT: Congressional and Latino community leaders announce preparations for National Latino AIDS Awareness Day in 100 cities across the United States to call for expansion of resources for preventing spread of HIV infection in Latino communities ...
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Writing Gay

The first time I wrote the word gay was my senior year in high school for a class assignment in psychology class. This moment was the catalyst for my coming out. Up until that point I couldn't even imagine putting the ...
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More Accusations Against Cesar's

Cesar's, a popular Mexican restaurant with two locations in Boystown, was accused of discrimination again mid-September by a Chicago gay man, bringing the total number of alleged bias incidents at the eatery to three in as ...
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Harvey Milk School Offers Haven for GLBT Students

Critics of the Harvey Milk School—a New York City school for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender high school students—are misunderstanding and misrepresenting the goals and purpose of this special academy. ...
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Comprehensive Lesbian Health Study Under Way

Although research on women's health has increased dramatically over the past several decades, lesbians remain mostly invisible in studies of health, and in healthcare settings generally. We are working to change this—at least for lesbians in ...
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Trans Murders Rock Community

Two fatal attacks on transgendered women of color in Washington, D.C., along with the brutal beating of a third victim and the vandalism of a memorial to one of the dead women, occurred in August, heightening ...
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Tico Valle Honored at NAMES Project Gala

The Chicago Chapter, NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt, announced plans for its annual gala, 'Remember Their Names.' The event will be held Friday, Nov. 14, at The Arts Club of Chicago, 201 E. Ontario. The gala ...
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Hall of Fame in Oct.

The Chicago Commission on Human Relations Advisory Council on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues has named the 2003 list of those selected for inclusion in the world's only known municipally sponsored hall of fame that ...
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Former Town Hall Head Up for Top Cop

Controversy is already surrounding the selection of Chicago's next Chief of Police, with some activists questioning why an African-American candidate is not among the final three presented to Mayor Daley by the police board. There were ...

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