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By adamg - 11/24/18 - 5:35 pm

Boston Police report that Seabrook, NH police have picked up a Hampton, NH 16-year-old wanted for calling in violent threats to dbar in Dorchester and the Alley Bar downtown earlier this month. Read more.

By adamg - 9/24/16 - 5:27 pm

BosGuy says farewell to John Michael Gray, who, with his husband Tim O’Connor, made up one of Boston's - and Provincetown's - most fabulous couples.

By adamg - 6/18/16 - 10:16 am

Buzzfeed interviews Jay Franzone, a gay Lasell student who has given up sex partly to comply with an FDA rule that says gay men can donate blood after a sexless year, but more to show the problems with that rule.

By jumping through the federal government’s hoops - a year without sex - he hopes to demonstrate that the policy is not just unworkable but discriminatory.

By adamg - 4/4/16 - 1:32 pm

Boston Pride reports it's rescinded an offer to Anthony Imperioso to be a marshal of the June 11 parade after it turned out he'd posted stuff on Facebook that some might consider racist and classist. Read more.

By adamg - 7/9/14 - 8:14 pm

Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll has terminated Gordon College's contract to manage the city-owned Old Town Hall over its efforts to continue sucking at the federal teat even if the president signs an executive order banning discrimination against gays and lesbians. In a letter to the college president, Driscoll writes:

By SpeakOUTBoston - 3/17/14 - 7:22 pm

Boston, Mass. – March 17, 2014 – SpeakOUT, the nation’s oldest gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex and allies (GLBTQI) speakers bureau, will hold its bi-annual speaker training on Saturday and Sunday, April 26 and 27, at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, MA.

“Our motto is ‘Ask Us Anything,’” said SpeakOUT member Julie Dorley. “We tell our stories, speaking from our own experiences and answer audience questions honestly and openly. Our approach helps put audiences at ease and builds greater understanding about GLBTQI lives and issues.”

By adamg - 10/24/13 - 7:57 am

The Globe reports on a debate focused on issues of particular concern to the city's communities of color. CommonWealth has more:

By adamg - 10/16/13 - 2:23 pm

BosGuy sends his farewells to Fritz on Chandler Street, closing at the end of the year to make way for another South End type bistro.

Fritz is my favorite place in Boston to watch a game and even though I’m always a fan of seeing new restaurant open, I’m torn and left with a bitter taste by its closure. I’ll miss Fritz.

By gladevents - 3/1/13 - 1:54 pm

Join Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders at our annual Summer Party held outside in the heart of Provincetown, MA on Saturday, July 27 from 4:00-7:00PM. Enjoy the view of the harbor, mingle with other GLAD supporters and learn more about our ground-breaking cases.

Tickets are $75 online | $85 on site | $30 student
Purchase at www.glad.org/events.

Don't miss our amazing auction and celebrity auctioneer Kate Clinton. You don't have to be present to win. Travel packages, restaurants, massages, and much more - something for everyone!

By gladevents - 1/23/13 - 1:47 pm

RSVP at www.glad.org/events - and get a printed name tag!

Join Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders on Wednesday, February 27 at our next GLADHour, a happy hour for fans of equal justice for all! Enjoy great food and drinks in a relaxed and fun atmosphere at Lir on Boylston, while networking with fellow supporters of LGBTQ equality.

Donation: $5-$20+ (at the door).
Raffle ticket for every $10.
Win a $25 iTunes gift card!

GLADHours are hosted 3 times a year in conjunction with the Mass LGBTQ Bar Association. Join us this time to learn more about GLAD's transgender advocacy from Jennifer L. Levi, director of GLAD's Transgender Rights Project and one of our nation's leading experts on transgender legal issues.

Transgender people face the most basic and blatant discrimination every day - from being denied access to employment, housing, or healthcare, to being physically attacked because of the way they look or dress. Through the Transgender Rights Project, GLAD puts our litigation, legislative, and educational assets to work in a focused way to establish clear legal protections for the transgender community. Join us to learn more!

Complimentary hors d'oeuvres thanks to our sponsor Reproductive Science Center • Cash bar

Spread the word! Invite friends to this Facebook event page. https://www.facebook.com/events/545328868818567/

By adamg - 8/3/12 - 9:45 pm

The Herald reports that dbar is now offering a Chic-2B-gAy fried-chicken plate. Proceeds from sales of the meal (which includes mashed potatoes and a biscuit) go to Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders.

By gladevents - 5/7/12 - 11:57 am

GLADHour, a happy hour for fans of equal justice for all! Enjoy great food and drinks in a relaxed and fun atmosphere while networking with fellow supporters of LGBTQ equality.

Join us to hear from Vickie Henry, GLAD Senior Staff Attorney, about how GLAD aims to broaden and deepen its work to generate systemic change that builds a just, inclusive, and affirming environment for all LGBTQ youth and the children of LGBT parents.

May 30, 6-8:30pm at The Middle East, 480 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge

By gladevents - 2/15/12 - 4:17 pm

Are you a fan of equal justice for all? Join Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders on Wednesday, February 22nd at our next GLADHour, a free after-work happy hour! Enjoy great food and drinks in a relaxed and fun atmosphere while networking with fellow supporters of LGBT equality.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

6 pm – 8:30 pm

Bella Luna / Milky Way

284 Amory Street

Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

RSVP at www.glad.org/events (newcomers always welcome!)

By adamg - 11/23/11 - 8:19 am

Out names dbar as one of the 60 greatest gay bars in the world:

This gay friendly restaurant bar serves eclectic, to-die-for food, but the mellow and welcoming ambiance set by color-changing lights, music, and nouveau decor makes for an all around great evening. The only peeve is the lack of a maitre d' -- you’ll have to seat yourself -- and the oh-so-few male waiters.

It was the only Boston bar to make the cut.

By adamg - 6/19/11 - 9:48 am

Politico reports that Jarrett Barrios has resigned as president of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation over the way Barrios got the group involved in the debate over AT&T's takeover of T-Mobile.

By adamg - 6/12/11 - 12:07 am

Pride profile

Bostonian Living took a number of cool Pride photos.


Eeka captured the Boston Pride parade in front of the State House today. She also explains why Pride still matters.

More Pride photos.

Copyright Bostonian Living and eeka, respectively. Tagged as universalhub on Flickr.

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