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Calling Gay Bloggers

Calling Gay Bloggers

Apr 11, 2011

Calling Guest Gay Bloggers Here at Seasons of Pride we are always looking for new contributors, if you are a budding or even an experienced writer and are looking for somewhere on the web to showcase your work then why not give us a try. If you have an article that is of interest to the LGBT community, then we want to hear about it. A Few Reasons To Guest...

Be proud of every step you take

Be proud of every step you take

Sep 29, 2010

What have you done today to make you feel proud? “I look into the window of my mind Reflections of the fears I know I’ve left behind I step out of the ordinary I can feel my soul ascending I am on my way Can’t stop me now And you can do the same” I wanted to share with you a little of Heather Small’s “Proud.” A LITTLE INSPIRATION AT 100...

ACTIVIST: The Times of Vito Russo

Here’s the new documentary about Vito Russo, the famed film historian and ACT-UP activist who succumbed to AIDS in 1990. Russo is best known for his book The Celluloid Closet.  Russo’s concern over how LGBT people were presented in the popular media led him to co-found the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), a watchdog group ...

Seasons of Pride on Facebook

Seasons of Pride on Facebook

Jul 9, 2009

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SF Pride

SF Pride

Jun 28, 2009

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The Killing of Georgie

The song is based on a true-life story of an acquaintance of Rod Stewart, Georgie, who was killed in New York City. Although the lyrics state that Georgie died in 1975, this was for done for rhyming reasons only, his death actually occurring in 1974. Probably the earliest song to deal with a hate crime . . . Share...