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LGBT homeless youth: the epidemic

According to the True Colors Fund, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to end homelessness amongst youth who identify as LGBT there is...

Alan Joseph Fortenberry Jr.

Out In Jersey magazine photographer Alan Joseph Fortenberry JrObituary:

Many people in the LGBT community speak about wanting to "get involved" yet never seem to put their words into actions. Former Mr. Gay New Jersey Alan Joseph Fortenberry Jr. not only got involved, but set an example that anyone looking to make a difference should follow.

Burlington County animal shelter has your new best friend

Pets Rocky, who is declawed in front, is friendly, loving, curious, and playful. At the shelter, he enjoys having his head rubbed and will...

Archive documents late Mayor Moscone’s close LGBT ties

LGBT History month  In June 1977 an irate San Francisco resident mailed off a letter to then-mayor George Moscone. The focus of his ire was...

Video about the connection of the brain, sex, individual and social...

Stephen L FeliceBrain Genital Law 

Sex: There is no lack of scientific studies on sex, the brain and sex, and sex and social behavior but what is lacking is a way to connect them all together in order to understand and address it.  

 

Small Tennessee town attempts to ban drag shows

A small town in Sumner County, Tenn., is attempting to prohibit drag shows by changing its city code and zoning ordinances by adding “female...

Union County establishes the first county LGBTQ Office in New Jersey

The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders has announced the launch of an Office of LGBTQ Services. The new office is the first County...

RWJUH in Somerville will feature primary care services for LGBTs

The Somerset campus of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital will become the first in New Jersey to offer primary care services specifically tailored to the LGBT community....

New Jersey AIDS Walk needs more community support

NJ AIDS Walk May 1 2016 logoThe New Jersey AIDS Walk today announced that they are lagging behind in fundraising this year. The walk is being held on May 1, 2016 in five separate locations with thousands of people walking in solidarity throughout the state of NJ to support people living with HIV/AIDS. 

LGBT students may apply for scholarships from the Point Foundation

Nearly half of the nation’s undergraduate students are enrolled at community colleges, which are an increasingly important springboard for advancing to a bachelor’s degree....
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