March 11, 2007
March 9, 2007
Here’s a show about the Gays, the 80s, and you get a discount!
Travel back to the 1980s for this fun-filled evening featuring your favorite hits! When two NYPD detectives—Ralph and Lauren—go undercover at a local Staten Island gay bar, they’re hoping to uncover a drug ring. Instead, Ralph soon finds himself under the covers with Danny, the local heartthrob. And in spite of some disturbing revelations and complications, in time, this unlikely couple may discover their very own happy ending!
From the creators of the smash hit My Big Gay Italian Wedding, this uproariously funny romantic comedy was written by Anthony Wilkinson & Teresa Anne Cicala, who also co-directs with Sonia Blangiardo. Featuring a zany cast of characters, retro-cool styles, and the hit songs of the 80s, a night out with the boys has never been so much fun!
BOYS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN
Actors’ Playhouse at 100 7th Avenue South (between Bleecker & Christopher Sts.)
$36.50 Tickets (Reg. $56.50)
1. ONLINE: Visit www.BroadwayOffers.com and enter code BJBNS23
2. BY PHONE: (212) 947-8844 and mention code BJBNS23
3. IN PERSON: Bring a copy of this offer to the Actors’ Playhouse at 100 7th Avenue South (between Bleecker & Christopher Sts.)
*Offer is subject to availability and prior sale; not valid on prior purchases; cannot be combined with other discounts or promotions. Additional blackout dates may apply. No refunds or exchanges. All prices include a $1.50 restoration charge. Telephone and Internet orders are subject to standard service fees. Offer is valid for performances through April 14. Offer may be revoked at any time.
March 8, 2007
Ask Your Assemblymember to Support Funding for LGBT Health & Human Services
Here is a great cause, and it’s not about marriage! Health is important, I think we can all agree. And these organizations help work with populations that need special attention (don’t you like special attention?) Take action (if you live in NY) by clicking the link above.
Here’s a list of organizations that rely on this funding.
March 6, 2007
Ann Coulter’s latest bigoted and hateful diatribe has justifiably evoked rage and disgust throughout the progressive community, and every aspect of the subject has been diaried extensively in the last 48 hours.
One of the best ways to communicate one’s distaste for Coulter’s repeated incidents of hate speech is to respectfully but firmly let her advertisers know you are deeply troubled by their indirect support of bigotry through their advertising on Coulter’s website.
Click on the link above to go over to Daily Kos for a comprehensive list of Coulter’s advertisers and instructions on how you can let them know you’ve had enough of her hate speech.
March 5, 2007
In case you haven’t heard, some people think Faggot is an acceptable slur. Ann Coulter recently called John Edwards a Faggot, to great applause by her audience. Oh, we’ve come so far. Here it is:
WASHINGTON (CNN) — Prominent politicians from both parties and a gay-rights group on Saturday condemned right-wing commentator Ann Coulter for her reference Friday to Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards as a “faggot.”
March 3, 2007
My mother has become a bigger gay activist than me. She recently worked with Empire State Pride Agenda to put together a collection of photos of Gay and Lesbian couples, families, and straight allies. The exhibit went up, and then it came down a day later. Now it’s back up Here are a few articles about the surprisingly publicized exhibit in a Cosi in New Rochelle, NY.
People around the country really responded to ESPA’s call to action and got Cosi to rehang the family photos. Now it’s time to thank Cosi!
A Sandwich or Two, With a Row Over Gay Marriage on the Side - New York Times
Traveling photo album puts human touch to fight for same-sex marriag
New York Blade Online
Empire State Pride Agenda’s Press Release about the victory
You’ve heard it before, but here it is again, another story about connecting Esther’s coming out as a Jew to coming out of the closet… Though it’s been said before, it’s an important lesson from our tradition about the LGBTQ experience.
“Purim is really a quintessential coming-out story,” said Klein, now 34. “When I came out, I immediately felt the parallels between the experience and the Esther story. There are wonderful and exciting and obvious parallels to the experience of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people.”
March 2, 2007
It’s finally here, the blog. Or should we say THE BLOG. This was our number one requested feature, and we delivered. The site is being updated and will continue to be updated with the new version over the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, let’s get some traction on this blog thing.
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