A regional accrediting agency has placed Gordon College, a Christian school in Boston, under review as the institution seeks the legal ability to discriminate in hiring against members of the LGBT community, the Boston Business Journal reported. …
The bill, requiring insurers to pay for treatments to correct lipodystrophy (fat deposits) and lipoatrophy (wasting), finally moved out of the House Financial Services Committee.
University of Massachusetts basketball guard Derrick Gordon, 22, faces reporters on the school’s campus, Wednesday, April 9, 2014, in Amherst, Mass. Gordon has become the first openly gay player in Division I men’s basketball. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
The Massachusetts Senate has overwhelmingly approved a bill designed to build on the state’s 2010 anti-bullying law by strengthening protections for LGBT students and students with disabilities.
A revolutionary anal condom that simulates condom free sex is being trailed in Boston by the US National Institutes of Health in the hopes of encouraging more people to engage in safer sex.
Bilicious returns to Boston for its fourth annual bisexual-themed multimedia variety show. Open to theatergoers of all persuasions, this thought-provoking evening playfully mixes serious issues with entertainment through comedy, poetry, music, dance, and film. Audience participation is encouraged during a Q&A discussion with the performers immediately after the performance.
When: Friday, November 8th and Saturday, November 9th 2013 - Doors 7PM | Show 7:3PM
Where: Club Cafe, 209 Columbus Ave (between Clarendon St & Cahners Pl) Back Bay Boston
Tickets: $15 Advance, $20 Door $12 Students & Seniors | must be 21 and Over
Featuring: Tiggy Upland, Laurie Wolfe, UnAmerika’s Sweetheart Karin Webb, Michael Monroe, Bobby Crawford.
Bilicious Productions creates and presents personal stories about the bisexual experience through visual and performing arts events to demystify stereotypes about bisexuality, represent positive images of bisexuals, and build community.
Our projects showcase bisexual-themed work from bisexual and bi-friendly artists and performers. Audience interaction is encouraged at our live events through Q&A discussions with the cast, to create a dialogue between LGBT and queer-friendly communities about sexuality and identity.
Anti-gay Pastor Scott Lively, the leader of his own Abiding Truth Ministries, and who has dedicated his career and life to combating what he calls the “evil Satan inspired homosexual agenda,” announced Monday that he is entering the race for Governor of Massachusetts.
BY MICHAEL REGULA
The artist and activist is engaged in an awareness project seeking to raise visibility to the prevalence of HIV among users of online “hookup” apps. The project, along with an accompanying Facebook page come with the intentionally equivocal tagline: “Are you the one I’ll spend a night with? The rest of my life with? Or the one who gives me HIV?”
“The concept is meant to be disturbing. We want to engage guys — especially young guys — in a conversation about HIV that seems to have lost momentum,” McCarthy said in a statement. “The Internet and smartphones have changed gay culture and how we meet one another,” added McCarthy. “There’s no shame in meeting online for sex. But if guys knew about the prevalence of new HIV infections, they might do more to prevent its transmission.”
Along with the test tubes, McCarthy is also distributing a pamphlet detailing some statistics concerning HIV as well as some helpful tips for safe online dating. See video of McCarthy below.
A Boston-based LGBT legal rights advocacy group has set up a new website to provide helpful information to young people in New England about their legal rights in school, sports, work and the juvenile justice system.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) sent a letter to the Department of Health and Human Services on Thursday asking the agency to pick up the pace in addressing blood donation policies for men who have sex with men, according to a press release from the senator’s office. The letter, which has bipartisan signatories, was compiled after Warren received a complaint from a Roslindale resident whose sexual orientation prevented him from donating blood after the Boston Marathon bombings.
The measure was introduced in the state legislature by out Rep. Carl Sciortino.
The issue of the museum hosting gay marriages arose on June 26, the day the Supreme Court ruled that legally married same-sex couples should receive the same Federal benefits as heterosexual married couples. After the ruling was announced, WAM posted a message on its Facebook and Twitter pages welcoming same-sex couples to get married at the museum, something heterosexual couples can do as well.