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http://joy.org.au/radiothonJOY 94.9 Radiothon 2009 - Alphabet SoupWholesome, Nourishing, Nutritious, Warming... Alphabet Soup.Things have been simmering away and the annual JOY 94.9 radiothon is rapidly coming to the boil.Kicking off on Friday June 12 and running on-air for 10 days the JOY 94.9 Alphabet Soup Radiothon will ensure the station remains a staple in the communityʼs media diet. The station provides an independent voice for the diverse GLBTIQ Community (often referred to as “the alphabet soup” community) by providing a healthy diet of Music, Talks shows, News & Current Affairs and Arts & Culture programs.The station receives no re-current government funding and is proudly self funded through on-air sponsorship and more importantly memberships and donations.Every soup needs seasoning so weʼve got a range of great prizes available to all new and renewing members, total prize pool is over $30,000. Whatever your taste weʼve got something for you.Help keep JOY 94.9 in the radio food chain and support the station, because we canʼt make a complete alphabet soup without U.Join up now by calling +61 3 9699 2949 or online via Our Community.
Pride & FamilyI was looking forward to being with family but was dreading the visit for some reason. After being in suburban Los Angeles for 34 hours and 47 minutes, I now know why. As a gay person I am invisible again. To read more: http://erwinsdeleon.blogspot.com/2009/06/pride-family.html
Congratulations to Thomas Beattie In Spite of “The Views” Transphobia: The ladies of the view let their cisgender privilege fly when they discuss the birth of Thomas Beattie's latest child.
Being visibly queer has pros and cons.
www.grishno.com is a website made for the trans community on youtube ... but even if you're not a part of it, you can still join.It's bascially a trans oriented place for all of us to get together and discuss transitioning, or just hang out.
Podcast on LGBT issues. This episode features couple discriminated against and told they can't fly thier ranbow flag and Ex. Dir. of the Family Equality Council Thoughts from a LezzymomAlso check out my article on Examiner.com about the testimony I gave at the Arizona Civil Rights Advisory Board Meeting
Today @ Rev. Steve's Cyber-Pulpit they Rev. recalls his fist Gay Pride in Washington DC, circa 1978 and urges Roanoke Va. pride organizers to celebrate Pride during Pride Month, not September as they traditionally do, in a piece called "The Rev. to Roanoke Pride: Have Some Pride in Yourself!". http://tinyurl.com/lodxcc
[url=http://www.slapupsidethehead.com/]Slap Upside The Head[/url] is a great illustrated blog I read. It's slogan is "Combating bigotry the gayest way I know how."
Read about a creep in Seattle going all McCartyism on gay employeeshttp://dj-astellarlife.blogspot.com/2009/05/intimidating-lgbtq-stand-proudly-speak.html#linksThis month's Advocate also covered it, but I shamelessly covered it first.
hope it's not too late, since it's monday. but here's something from my blog, which i posted sunday night.http://shoelessjames.blogspot.com/2009/06/whats-point-of-parade.html
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