Seasons of Pride
A little bit queer – stories from the LGBTQI Community
AIDS Activist - Bob Bowers

One Tough Pirate

One Tough Pirate – Bob Bowers, also known as “Da Pirate,” is a 25-year thriving survivor of HIV/AIDS. Bob is a well respected National youth HIV/AIDS educator in schools and colleges. He is also the Founder and President of HIVictorious, Inc.  Recently, we get a chance to chat with Bob about life, tats and more[…]

Folsom Street East 2014

Folsom Street East – New York, NY FOLSOM STREET EAST is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization in New York City, producing fundraising events and serving the leather/fetish/kink community, the LGBT community and New York City at large. Folsom Street East 2014 Our biggest annual event is the Folsom Street East street festival, the largest outdoor fetish street[…]

Courtesy GLBT Historical Society (San Francisco).

Workshop to Pinpoint LGBT Historic Sites in San Francisco

San Francisco Launches LGBT Heritage Project – Community Workshop Will Pinpoint Historic Sites  San Francisco — The San Francisco Historic Preservation Fund Committee has awarded a grant to the GLBT Historical Society to develop a comprehensive study of places associated with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history in the city. The project will be unveiled[…]

Stadtfest Berlin 2013

Stadtfest Berlin 2013

Berlin Germany Stadtfest Berlin Berlin’s 21st Lesbian and Gay City Festival will be on June 15 and 16, 2013. Under the slogan “Equal Rights for the Unequal,” Berlin´s Rainbow Fund will present its 21st annual Lesbian and Gay Festival – Europe’s largest. As usual, it’s being held in the traditional gay stomping ground around Nollendorfplatz[…]

National AIDS Memorial Grove

Know Any Young AIDS Activists? Help Them Find Grove Scholarships!

The Grove’s 2013 Young Leaders Scholarship Program is gaining greater attention this year. UnitedHealthcare, once again the program’s major sponsor, is providing a $15,000 grant to help promote the program through an outreach campaign that includes radio public service announcements targeting college campuses around the country. This year, the application period has been extended; it[…]

Healing Waters Raft Guide Training 2013

Healing Waters Raft Guide Training 2013

YOU COULD BE THE NEXT HEALING WATERS RAFT GUIDE!!!! Train to become a Volunteer Whitewater Rafting Guide for a fabulous non-profit organization! HEALING WATERS WILDERNESS ADVENTURES GUIDE TRAINING 2013 Healing Waters Wilderness Adventures is a non-profit organization that offers outdoor trips specifically for people with HIV and AIDS.  Working with qualified volunteers, we strive to provide[…]


Leather Knights 20th Anniversary Celebration

Dallas Eagle Leather Knights Anniversary Celebration “Two Decades of Knight Service” 20th Anniversary Dinner Dinner, Awards, Charitable Contributions & Changing of the Guard Ceremony For twenty years, Leather Knights has been helping charities through hosting exciting fundraisers and events.  Our organization has raised funds for, as well as volunteered with, AIDS Arms, AIDS Interfaith Network,[…]

amFar - Making AIDS History

amfAR Announces New Grants Funding Young Researchers

amfAR just announced a new round of grants through its Mathilde Krim Fellowships in Basic Biomedical Research, which supports and encourages bright young HIV/AIDS researchers.  Each of the six grants is for $125,000 and range from cure research to vaccine development – and researchers span from La Jolla, CA, to Baltimore, MD. I’d like to[…]

Asian Pacific Lesbians marching in the 1989 San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade.

Untold Stories of Queer History

New Exhibitions at GLBT History Museum to Highlight QueerAsian Pacific Islander Women, Early AIDS Prevention Efforts  San Francisco — Two new shows opening in September at The GLBT History Museum highlight  evocative untold stories from the recent history of San Francisco. An exhibition in the Front Gallery will trace the emergence of organizing by queer[…]

Positive Youth

Positive Youth – young HIV+ heroes!

Following four HIV+ positive youth in four different North American cities. An inspiring portrait of four fabulous young HIV+ heroes! The directorial debut of out gay actor Charlie David (Judas Kiss, Mulligans, Dante’s Cove), this uplifting film follows four HIV+ positive youth (late teens to mid 20s) in four different North American cities in cinema[…]