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.
Garden State Equality has helped a Monmouth County SPCA Officer, Sue DesMarais, expose the homophobic, transphobic, and racist text messages of Monmouth County SPCA Police Chief Victor "Buddy" Amato.
There are 35,000 people living with HIV/AIDS in the Garden State. Hence, many AIDS service organizations across the state offer their clients a variety of programs and services related to HIV/AIDS prevention and education. Among these AIDS service organizations, Buddies of New Jersey, Inc. stands out.
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ - The Claridge Hotel is hosting a New Year's Eve Bash with something for everyone. The Diva's Reunion, one of AC's most popular shows returns for one night only.
The Center for Network Therapy has opened an LGBT-specific substance abuse program in Middlesex County, New Jersey. The Recover with Pride program will fill a gap in the addiction service delivery system that currently exists for sexual minorities in the state.
Entrepreneur Diane Lusk of Ladies 2000 recalls her first exposure to the club scene for gay women: it was several decades ago at "some hole in the wall," a moment in time that actually induced her to bite her finger and say to herself, "This isn't me."