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New Jersey’s first LGBT community healthcare conference scheduled

The LGBT community is encouraged to attend a conference on LGBT healthcare in Bridgewater on October 6, 2017. The free conference is designed say...

Creep of the Week: Brian Brown

Imagine you are in a grocery store parking lot and are loading groceries into your car when up behind you comes an old man....

New Jersey advances ‘Gay Panic’ defense ban

Newsbrief The New Jersey General Assembly unanimously advanced legislation to ban a so-called gay and trans ‘panic’ defense. ‘Gay Panic’ is a legal strategy that...

Family law judges may ensure that trans children receive appropriate care

Arizona court says parents must provide trans  child with needed care and support for gender dysphoria The Arizona Supreme Court issued a decision in Paul...

The Women’s March on Washington highlights old and new tensions

The number of people who took to the streets for Women’s March on Washington in D.C. and its sister marches across the country, and...

Neil Simon play will be a fundraiser for Buddies of NJ...

The AIDS services organization Buddies of NJ will celebrate it's 32nd Anniversary by presenting "Chapter 2" a Bergen County Players Production of a Neil...

Two online apps partner to encourage more men to get tested...

Gay social app MISTER and a new testing app called Hula have become partners to encourage men to be tested for HIV. It started with a network- wide blast showing local testing centers and encouraging MISTER users to learn their HIV status. Both companies are working on a longer term agreement that would work to better educate mobile app users about HIV transmission.

Antoni, at your service

Antoni Porowski: Queer Eye's culinary expert Even though Antoni Porowski is known for his avocados, on a recent afternoon he was contemplating the coconut,...

Creep of the Week: Randy Thomasson

Remember when you got your driver's license and under gender  you had to choose Male, Female, or AIDS? Of course you don't! Three gender...

Stiffed waitress gives back to veterans

Openly gay marine and waitress Dayna Morales, who was stiffed out of her tip last week at a restaurant in Bridgewater because of her "lifestyle" has made headlines again by giving a portion of her donations to the Wounded Warrior project according to www.NJ.com.

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