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The Equality March for Unity & Pride

On Sunday, June 11, members of the LGBTQ+ communities, their loved ones and those who stand in solidarity with us will gather in Washington, DC, and in cities across the country to march.  Why?  Because it’s our time… To center the most marginalized in our communities. To stand up and be counted in this moment […]

Gay bars can be mind-bogglingly racist

by Mikelle Street – VICE We decided to take a look at how unsafe “safe spaces” have been in the last 12 months. Last weekend, Rebar went from being one of New York City’s most promising new gay clubs to a glaring personification of the lack of intersectionality that exists within broader gay culture. When the bar opened its doors in Chelsea, partygoers across New York were pretty excited […]

Breaking Stereotypes: Spotlight on male family caregivers

by Jean Accius, PhD, AARP Public Policy Institute In the United States, family caregivers are the backbone for the delivery of supportive services for individuals with a chronic, disabling, or serious health condition. They identify, arrange, and coordinate services and supports; provide emotional support; accompany their family member or friend to health provider visits; administer […]