The Lesbians Who Tech Philadelphia Chapter is pleased to announce that their next happy hour will take place on March 2nd, 2017 from 5 PM to 7 PM at the Toasted Walnut, located at 1316 Walnut St., Philadelphia, 19107.
Catalan director Jordi Estrada creates a surreal environment about two young men from very different backgrounds who fall in love. This videoclip, filmed in Barcelona, transports us back to the carefree, lustful days of youth in which two tribes - the rich kids and the street kids - provide the backdrop for the attraction between the protagonists.
The Poetic Heart, officially published this week, uses the creative dimensions of poetry and art to explore love, LGBT concerns, experiences, and emotional expression. This compelling work will engage those interested in exploring the socially aware arts of our times.
Highly anticipated LGBT drama web series Spectrum London reflects everyday conflicts in the lives of its characters with compelling detail, that it's impossible not to get caught up in their extraordinary, yet ordinary, worlds.
Sovereign Health, a leading national provider of behavioral health treatment services, is sponsoring the upcoming 2016 Palm Springs Pride Festival, taking place on Saturday, Nov. 5, and Sunday, Nov. 6. During the Pride Festival, a two-day annual event with the largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) gathering in the Coachella Valley, representatives from Sovereign Health will be on hand to exhibit and provide information about behavioral health treatment services Sovereign offers.
Uncommon Coffee Roasters (UCR) ready-to-drink Cold Brew Coffee could be coming to a Meijer store near you. Beginning September 23, 2016, UCR's Cold Brew Coffee in a carton will be available at 168 Meijer locations in 6 different states (MI, OH, IL, IN, WI, KY). Meijer will be carrying 2 varieties of UCR's RTD cold brew. They will be retailing the 16-ounce drinks at an exclusive introductory price of $2.99 each.
The Philadelphia chapter of Lesbians Who Tech, a community organization of queer women in and around tech (and those who love them), is pleased to announce that its next happy hour is slated to take place on August 4, 2016 from 5:30 PM to 7 PM at Franky Bradley's in Philadelphia, PA. Founded in 2012 by Leanne Pittsford, Lesbians Who Tech has expanded from its San Francisco home base to include over 15,000 queer women and allies in tech across the country (plus 5 international cities).
Wesley C. Davidson and Dr. Jonathan Tobkes' new book When Your Child is Gay: What You Need to Know is a personal and powerful contribution. Co-author Davidson shares that she accidentally discovered her son was gay. While cleaning her thirteen year-old son's room, a love note fell out of her son's composition book. This was the first sign that her son might be gay. She describes the lack of information and support available in the 90's and her efforts to handle the situation while still maintaining a loving relationship with her son. Davidson says, "I wrote this book to help parents and kids through similar difficult situations."
Brazen Arc, the all new LGBT exclusive production company aiming to end decades of stigma and stereotyping against the community, is live on Indiegogo and raising funds to bring the project to life.
The Lesbians Who Tech Philadelphia Chapter is pleased to announce that their next happy hour will take place on Tuesday, May 3, at 5:30 PM. Lesbians Who Tech is a global organization that helps connect women in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community who either love, or work in, the technology industry. CJ Bachmann, VP of Operations at 1SEO.com Digital Agency, is the City Director of the Philadelphia Chapter, and she encourages anybody and everybody with a love for technology to join them this May.
Great news for all the gay men around there- the gay dating world has recently got its first ever gay dating site review portal with the launch of gaydatingwebsites.net. Gay dating gets one step easier this year.
Whether you're cramming for exams, always stuck in your work or taking classes, having time to meet other singles can be tough. Luckily, with the today's advancement of technology, there are some gay dating websites with tons of thousands of people searching for flings, love, and relationships.
When individuals are searching for a wedding planner or company in the Philadelphia, PA area, which can plan weddings for couples in the LGBT community, they should look no further than Kaleidoscope Weddings. In fact, this award-winning organization is excited to announce that they are now able to plan state recognized wedding for couples in the LGBT community. As of February 2016, Kaleidoscope Weddings has booked three "Bride's to Be" weddings for couples in the Greater Philadelphia area and hopes to book many more very soon. Couples who would like to get the wedding planning started can get in touch with Kaleidoscope Weddings by dialing 610-964-8400, or by filling out a contact form on their website, www.kscopeweddings.com/.
The Lesbians Who Tech Philadelphia Chapter is back with another happy hour, which will take place on Wednesday, March 16, from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM. CJ Bachmann, VP of Operations at 1SEO.com Digital Agency and City Director of the Lesbians Who Tech Philadelphia Chapter, invites anyone who is interested to join the Chapter at Time Restaurant (located at 1315 Sansom St.) for an evening of food, drinks and a talk from Laura Taddie, Founder and CEO of grato. The March happy hour is a great way for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) women and their friends to network and share their love for technology.
A campaign has been launched on Kickstarter to fund further episodes of a new and innovative web series about a diverse group of gay men in their 40s. Most conventional comedy dramas about groups of friends and their various love lives tend to feature men and women in their 20s and 30s. The New 30, however, offers something refreshingly different - not only in that it focuses primarily on characters who are gay, but also in that they are in their 40s. The show follows Elliot and his friends as they discover life as fortysomethings is not what they expected it to be. Far from having figured everything out, life is just as crazy, unpredictable and challenging as it was their 20s and 30s. In other words, 40 is ''The New 30''!
For the third year Björn & Company will kick off the summer season with Forks Corks & Cocktails, a food, wine and spirits event serving the LGBT community of Westchester and Lower Hudson Valley. Taking place on May 6 at The Ritz-Carlton, Westchester.
The Lesbians Who Tech Philadelphia Chapter is excited to announce that their next happy will be on Wednesday, March 16, from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM. Lesbians Who Tech is a global organization that focuses on connecting women in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community who either work in, or love, the technology field. The City Director of the Philadelphia Chapter is CJ Bachmann, VP of Operations at 1SEO.com Digital Agency, and she invites everybody and anybody with a passion for technology to join them this March.
Jane Baker is the author of the Memoir, Trading Places When Our Son Became a Daughter. In this important book, Jane Baker tells the story of supporting her adult child through gender transition while struggling to overcome deep personal anguish about it.
Westboro Baptist Church is set to assemble outside of a local school to protest against gays and lesbians to students/faculty at the school. The protest is announced to take place in front of Redondo Beach High located at 1 Sea Hawk Way, Redondo Beach, CA 90277 on Monday, Jan. 11, 2016.
In just one short year, Equally Wed has become the premiere website featuring gay marriage in Australia services. Launched in April 2014, the site was voted the Number One Gay Wedding Directory in Australia for 2015, serving the needs of the LGBT community in Australia and New Zealand.
The past few years have marked a number of milestones for same-sex families throughout the United States, the most significant of which could be considered official recognition of marriage. While this movement changes the landscape of American families, it has also brought about a number of additional legal concerns among those in the community. In light of these developments, Jack Munsey of Greenville-based Washburn Law Firm, PLLC has launched a new website dedicated to LGBT and Same Sex Family Law.
Sunset Walk-In Healthcare and Occupational Medicine Clinic and John Foster, MD of West Hollywood has been exclusively selected as a winner of Opencare's Patient Choice Awards! Sunset Walk-In Healthcare ranks among the top five in the West Hollywood area.
Lesbian Love Addiction: Understanding the Urge to Merge and How to Heal When Things Go Wrong, written by Dr. Lauren Costine, sheds light on the reasons why so many lesbian relationships fail, and gives hope to women who are having difficulty in a same-sex partnership or marriage. Lesbian Love Addiction offers insight for lesbians, bisexual women in relationships with women, and more specifically, any woman who loves women, as well as their family and friends, and healthcare professionals, into the psychology of lesbian love addiction. Countless books have been written to guide heterosexual love addicts; a handful have been geared towards gay men, but none have directly addressed the issues faced by women who love women. Dr. Costine will give lesbians who struggle with and suffer from love addiction ways to understand, cope and heal.
As 3-Time Top 25 Billboard Dance/Electronic star Jason Dottley's new single "Cocaine and Whiskey" gains three adds on Top 40 Radio stations across the U.S., he releases his world-record setting music video co-starring millions of dollars in exotic cars and drag superstar Pandora Boxx, as a Facebook Video Exclusive.
Leron Kattan is in the process of creating a line of specially designed engagement rings for the transgender community. Materials used in all his products are ethically created, mined and manufactured. There will be engagement rings available for any budget. Most importantly, ten percent of the profits earned by LK's Pride Jewelry Collection will be contributed to various organizations working on transgender rights and an organization that fights for human rights, equality and dignity on the job for food workers in New York. Leron hopes that this project will also help him build a hospital for the poor in Los Angeles and New York and other parts of America.