Resources for the LGBT Community

AIDS @ 30

AIDS @ 30

Jul 3, 2012

Windy City Times AIDS @ 30 Series available for download CHICAGO – The award-winning Windy City Times AIDS @ 30 series, a 13-month look at the epidemic through more than 200 articles, is now available for free download on the paper’s Website. To receive the link to the 245-page download, signup to receive the email link here:...

SUPREME COURT RULING HUGE VICTORY FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS

SUPREME COURT RULING HUGE VICTORY FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS

Jun 28, 2012

San Francisco, June 28, 2012 — Today the United States Supreme Court delivered a huge victory to nationwide efforts to establish a health care system that works for everyone, including the 1.2 million people living with HIV/AIDS in the United States. By upholding the Affordable Care Act (ACA), today’s decision delivers on the promise of health care for more...

Gay Men Required for Research Study

Gay Men Required for Research Study

May 16, 2012

Hello, My name is Lorraine McDonagh and I’m a PhD student at the National University of Ireland, Galway. I am currently looking for men to take part in a research study. The aim of my research is to improve our understanding of gay men’s sexual experiences, in particular sexual difficulties. We are looking for as many gay men as possible from the general...

Cancer Screening for LGBT Community

Cancer Screening for LGBT Community

Apr 23, 2012

LGBT CANCER NETWORK NOW DIRECTS PATIENTS TO 400 SCREENING FACILITIES IN MOST STATES; NEW TRANSGENDER-FRIENDLY DESIGNATION NEW YORK, NY – April 23, 2012 – The National LGBT Cancer Network, the first program in the country to address the needs of all lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people with cancer and those at risk, is pleased to announce...

What to Look For When Seeking LGBT-Friendly Addiction Treatment

What to Look For When Seeking LGBT-Friendly Addiction Treatment

Jan 2, 2012

My name is Angie Weber and I’m on a bit of a personal crusade here… So I’m a recovering meth addict, and a member of the LGBT community. I feel this substance abuse “shadow” within the LGBT lifestyle needs FAR more attention than it gets. Would you be willing to share this guide I helped write: “What to Look For When Seeking...

Light in the Grove

Light in the Grove

Dec 15, 2011

  18th Annual World AIDS Day Observance Light in the Grove On the eve of World AIDS Day, more than 500 supporters of the Grove gathered for the “Light in the Grove” event, a special evening of remembrance, renewal and commitment for loved ones lost to AIDS. Much of the Grove’s 7.5 acres were illuminated to honor both the sense of loss and...