Canada’s Source for HIV and Hep C Information
30 May 2017, 13:00 EDT
Suicide is the ninth leading cause of death among Canadians, responsible for nearly 4000 deaths each year. While everyone is susceptible to the feelings of hopelessness and despair that precede suicide, gay and bisexual men are 4 times more likely to attempt suicide in their lifetime than heterosexual men. Moreover, the suicide rate among gay and bisexual in Canada is comparable to the current death toll from HIV/AIDS.
ZONING APPLICATION FILED: PUBLIC HEARING Date is May 10, 2017
We are excited! And we need your support. Plan to be in attendance at the hearing on May 10th, 2017. Come out and show that you support alternative, affordable housing that allows LGBTQ people to bring their whole selves to the table. The BZA Case is 19482 and the hearing location 441 4th Street, NW, Suite 200 starting at 9:30. read more…
It’s important for all of us to know what’s going on, where, and when we can participate and enjoy events in our area. We’ve been publishing event listings since the site’s beginning, and I’ve now added an Events Page to make them easy to find. IF YOU HAVE AN EVENT IN YOUR AREA or know of one anywhere you’d like to share, just send an email with details to: events @ lgbtsr.com. Mark McNease/Editor
Enjoying Gardens as Ecosystems
With Dr. Ken Frank
May 12, 1 pm
Penn’s Village members were enthralled last year by Ken Frank’s well researched talk and entertaining slides about the ecology of Rittenhouse Square. As the author of The Ecology of Philadelphia, Ken is well versed on how biodiversity in gardens can give pleasure. The presentation will focus on Center City and include practical tips for city gardens.
For the calendar conscious. Be sure to check your favorite weather app for local forecasts and recommended clothing.
Don’t put away that protest sign or cut down on the calls to Congress just yet. The Trump administration has more fuel for the resistance fire, shocking Americans back into action just in time for three anti-Trump marches scheduled this month.
Events: January GLBT Historical Society Programs Highlight Queer Drama, Archives, Gay Bear Subculture
San Francisco — The program series set for January 2016 sponsored by the GLBT Historical Society will feature a gay historical drama, an archives open house, and events highlighting the history of gay bears. Programs take place at the GLBT History Museum and other venues in San Francisco. For more information, visit www.glbthistory.org.