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LGBT homeless shelter fundraiser in Newark on Saturday

Rainbow FamilyThe LGBT RAIN Foundation will support a brand-new shelter for LGBT homeless youth in Essex County later this year. The shelter will be only the second in New Jersey for LGBT youth in crisis.The first fundraising appreciation dinner will be on Saturday, April 26, at Chateau of Spain in Newark at 6pm.

Transgender activist Abby Stein will be in West Orange

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SCOTUS upholds transgender military ban with a no “blanket ban”

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LGBT homeless youth: the epidemic

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David Ayllon is making it happen

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Tree witnessed history and is Royalty within the LGBT community

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J. K. Rowling and the perceived omissions

 

By the time that you are reading this, dear friends, I expect that vast swaths of the population will be parsing J.K. Rowling’s latest edition to the Harry Potter canon, it being the script for the stage production of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” taking place 15 years on from the events in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”. While there may be Witches and Wizards galore contained within there will be no Wiccans or Pagans attending Hogwarts. 

Ms. Rowling is on record regarding the religious affiliations of her innumerable characters, and they are, in the main, from the expected Judeo-Christian spectrum encountered in most Western countries, with a few following Vedic practices. Seemingly, No God and Goddess worshipers need apply (expecting Hinduism). 

Scotch Plains man pleads guilty to attack in Asbury Park

Morris James May of Scotch Plains, NJ has plead guilty and been sentenced in Asbury Park for a pepper-spray attack on a transgender person...

Candy kid Joey Suarez

Young, beautiful, and fun, Joey Suarez, a talented musician, model, and accountant, leverages his impressive social media presence to encourage others. One of twelve...
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