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Wednesday, 4 October 2017 09:28 PM Permalink

(157) For people growing up LGBTQ+, alienation is not an unfamiliar feeling. We want to unite the alienated and let you know that you belong. You are a part of our family.

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156) Charlee J 
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Tuesday, 3 October 2017 03:54 AM Permalink

(156) Many people have been asking, “What exactly is Charlee J” so here’s the answer: Originally, Charlee was created by newlyweds Johnnie and Morgan (Charlee), two queer people of color for queer people of color. For us, By us kind of thing. Trying our best not to skip over anyone who falls under that huge umbrella. We began to strive to be an all LGBTQIA inclusive brand where everyone can find something wear that represents them. In July we kicked things off with the “Label Me” collection but felt as if something was missing.

As a Queer Woman of Color, there’s three things that represent me (Johnnie) and only my queer side was being represented. So we went back to the drawing boards to raise the bar just a little more. We created our second collection that included more pro black and pro women. With products ranging from phone cases to apparel. There is something for everyone. And something for everyone to love. This Fall we will be launching our Triple Minority Collection October 6th.

Visit our website and hopefully find your new favorites.
155) Readers' Favorite LLC 
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Tuesday, 26 September 2017 02:04 AM Permalink

(155) Author's new book receives a warm literary welcome

Readers' Favorite announces the review of the Christian - Non-Fiction book "What Does God Think?" by award winning author, Cheryl B. Evans

Readers' Favorite is one of the largest book review and award contest sites on the Internet. They have earned the respect of renowned publishers like Random House, Simon & Schuster, and Harper Collins.

Reviewed By Danita Dyess for Readers' Favorite:

Is being transgender against God and the Bible? That is the question that Cheryl Evans, author of What Does God Think?: Transgender People and the Bible, attempts to answer. Evans, the mother of a daughter and a transgender son, said, "I set out to discover what is at the root of the vast differences in opinions about what God thinks, what the Bible says, and what individuals believe about transgender people." She uses scriptures like Ecclesiastes 11:5, Jeremiah 1:5 and many others to clearly show that God loves all people. Furthermore, she disproves scientific studies entailing the nature versus nurture theory. Readers will discover the difference between sex and gender, the role of social conditioning, and how many are thriving in their lives as a transgender person.

Cheryl Evans did an outstanding job writing What Does God Think?: Transgender People and the Bible. As a Christian, I was uncomfortable with the topic. But as I read about her goal to educate others and discuss the issue calmly, I wanted to know more. Each chapter has a thought-provoking scripture. This nonfiction work is comprehensive, honest and well researched. The Thank You section and Book Club Talking Points were great extras. I appreciated the fact that Evans admitted that she was not an academic or scholar -- that was the pivotal element that will truly touch readers as they identify with her position. Her first book, I Promised Not To Tell, inspired her to write her latest Christian true story. I believe Evans will receive critical acclaim. What Does God Think? is highly recommended."

You can learn more about Cheryl B. Evans and "What Does God Think?" at where you will find interesting LGBT and transgender topic blog posts, her biography, book reviews, and listen to previous interviews Evans has participated in. You can also connect with the author directly or through their website and social media pages.

The book is currently available at []

Readers' Favorite LLC 
Media Relations
Louisville, KY 40202 
154) Paul Taylor 
Palm Springs
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Tuesday, 12 September 2017 08:34 PM Permalink


The Desert Rose Playhouse, the Coachella Valley’s LGBTQ+ Stage Company, will present Christopher Durang’s acclaimed comedy, VANYA & SONIA & MASHA + SPIKE, opening Friday, September 22, 2017, for a four-week run. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 PM and Sundays at 2 PM, through October 15, 2017.

Vanya and Sonia live in their family’s home in Bucks County, PA. Their “Movie Star” sister Masha arrives with her new boy-toy Spike to tell them she is selling the family manse and moving on with life. Add a “Snow White and the 7 Dwarves” costume party and a voodoo-spell-casting housekeeper and it’s Christopher Durang at his best! New York Times calls the comedy, "Deliriously Funny" and USA Today raves, "A wild winning ride!"

Tony Winner for Best Play 2013!!

The cast includes award-winning DRP Artistic Director Jim Strait as “Vanya”, DRP award-winning actress Adina Lawson as “Sonia”, DRP newcomer Heather Brendel as “Masha”, and DRP veteran Cody Frank as “Spike”. The rest of the cast includes DRP newcomers Beaumont resident Alma Lacy as “Cassandra” and April Mejia as “Nina”. Robbie Wayne directs and designs scenery and costumes for the production. Lighting is designed by Phil Murphy.

The Desert Rose Playhouse is a project of Desert Rose Productions, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. VANYA & SONIA & MASHA + SPIKE continues Desert Rose Productions’ mission to produce and present literate, relevant and entertaining plays and musicals for LGBTQ and Gay-Friendly theatregoers in the Coachella Valley.

Tickets are $37 for evening performances and $34 for matinees, which includes a $2 per ticket facility fee. Go online at [] or call 760-202-3000 to order tickets after September 1, 2017.
153) Alex Schuman 
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Wednesday, 23 August 2017 08:47 PM Permalink

(153) Same-sex marriage U.S. Supreme Court case film takes viewers behind-the-scenes

See the people and events that led to the U.S. Supreme Court
legalizing same-sex marriage.

Three years ago Tim Love and Larry Ysunza walked into a county clerk’s office in Kentucky and were denied a marriage license. They decided to join a lawsuit started by two attorneys with no background in civil rights. Love v. Kentucky chronicles their journey and the story of how an unlikely group of attorneys from the Bluegrass State and across the U.S. came together to challenge their country’s definition of marriage. Americans get a rare chance to go behind-the-scenes to witness what goes into a Supreme Court case, the untold heated debate that led to Mary Bonauto arguing in front of the nine Justices instead of the Louisville counsel, and a chance to meet the many plaintiffs who put their personal lives on public display.

Alex Schuman, Love v. Kentucky’s executive producer and director, happened to be the only reporter with Tim and Larry when they were denied their license. This sparked a relationship with the couple that led to this otherwise undocumented story.

“We ended up with almost 90 hours of footage that was whittled down into this 87 minute film,” Alex Schuman Director and Executive Producer said. “Our aim was to capture the different dynamics involved in this historic case. We wanted a movie people would enjoy and that honored the generosity of everyone willing to take part in the film.”

Love v. Kentucky focuses on the cases Bourke v. Beshear and Love v. Beshear, but contains interviews with attorneys from Ohio, Michigan, Tennessee, and Mary Bonauto. Dan Canon, Kentucky’s lead attorney, is now a candidate for Congress.

Film: Love v. Kentucky Name: Alex Schuman
Trailer: [] Email:
Twitter: [] Phone: 515-570-2842
Website: [] Company: []

Distributed by Gravitas Ventures, Love v. Kentucky is now available in 100 million households.

Alex Schuman - Executive Producer and Director

All major cable providers, Cable On-Demand, Dish, iTunes, Vudu, Playstation, Xbox, Vimeo, Amazon
152) Aria Grace 
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Monday, 21 August 2017 02:25 PM Permalink

(152) When Doves Cry is the final book in the Mile High Romance Series by bestselling gay romance author Aria Grace.

In this book Simon is working at Stormy Nights Kennel to help Alex and Shane get through a hard time. But when tragedy strikes the family, the rebuilding comes from an unlikely source.

Get your copy now: []
151) The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence 
San Francisco
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Thursday, 13 July 2017 08:01 PM Permalink


SAN FRANCISCO - The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence will host their annual Project Nunway charity fashion show on Saturday, August 19, 2017 at SOMArts Cultural Center.

On its 8th edition, Project Nunway 8: Sinfinity features talented fashion designers paired up with some very special models - the Sisters - to create outstanding runway looks using recycled and innovative materials, celebrating fashion, diversity and the Arts in a true San Franciscan way. To Sinfinity... and beyond!

Special guest judges will choose the winning design with the help of the audience. The event also features a silent auction with items ranging from tickets to classic San Francisco events and products from local merchants and artists to signed Giants memorabilia!

This year’s beneficiary is El/La Para Trans Latinas, an organization for transgender Latinas that works to build collective vision and action to promote survival and improve the quality of life of transgender people in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Join the Sisters and the designers for a night filled with cosmic glamour! Come out and enjoy the Indulgence that is Sinfinity!

To learn more about Project Nunway: []
Facebook event page: []

Project Nunway 8 - Sinfinity
where: SOMArts - 934 Brannan St. (between 8th and 9th), San Francisco, CA 94103
when: August 19th, 2017 @ 7pm
tickets: []
150) Desert Rose Playhouse 
Palm Springs
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Thursday, 29 June 2017 07:48 PM Permalink

(150) The Desert Rose Playhouse presents the Revival of David Dillon’s Smash Hit Comedy PARTY

Rancho Mirage, CA - The Desert Rose Playhouse, the Valley’s LGBTQIA stage company, will present a revival of last summer’s smash hit comedy, PARTY by David Dillon, opening Friday, June 23, 2017 for a six-week run. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 PM and Sundays at 2 PM, through July 30, 2017.

The wildly popular comedy depicts a group of gay men getting together for their monthly evening of drinks and games. Tonite, the game is a gay version of “Truth or Dare” called "Fact, Fiction or Fantasy". True life stories are shared, fictional encounters related and fantasies often require the player to remove his clothing. By the end of the evening, everyone is nude, singing and laughing together in a great show of brotherhood. Playwright Dillon says, “PARTY is not about flesh, but celebrates the fact that, as a group, we are positive and honest about our sexuality and free from a lot of the inhibitions and hang ups that exist in other groups."

The play opened for a five-week run in Chicago that turned into a two-year engagement, followed by a hugely successful Off-Broadway production and subsequent productions in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New Orleans, London, Ft. Lauderdale, etc. As a member of the original cast stated, “They come for the nudity, but come again because it is such a funny, positive and affirming event. We’ve had gay men, straight couples, bachelorette parties, and all sorts of people in the audience and everyone has a great time!”

Last year’s DRP production was a huge success. DRP Artistic Director Jim Strait is thrilled that many of the actors in last season’s show can reprise their roles in this year’s revival, joined by a couple of actors who have recently made very positive impressions on Playhouse audiences.

PARTY stars Desert Rose Playhouse company members Miguel Arballo, David Boyd, Samuel Frank, Jason Hull, Allan Jensen, Kam Sisco and Robbie Wayne. Jim Strait designs and directs the production with award-winning Phil Murphy designing the lighting and Paul Taylor costuming.

This production is recommended for mature audiences due to nudity and sexual situations.

The Desert Rose Playhouse is a project of Desert Rose Productions, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit public benefit corporation. PARTY continues Desert Rose Productions’ mission to produce and present literate, relevant and entertaining plays and musicals to LGBT and Gay-Friendly theatregoers in the Coachella Valley.

Tickets are $37 for evening performances; $34 for matinees, which includes a $2 facility fee. To order go online at [] or call 760-202-3000.

PARTY, The DRP’s Revival of David Dillon’s Smash Hit Gay Comedy
Where: The Desert Rose Playhouse, 69620 Highway 111, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
When: June 23 – July 30, 2017; performances Friday and Saturday evenings at 8 PM; Sundays at 2 PM.
Tickets: $37.00 Friday & Saturday evenings; $34.00 Sundays matinees (price includes $2 facility fee)
To order: Online at [] or call 760-202-3000
149) J Metro 
Houston, TX
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Monday, 26 June 2017 07:51 PM Permalink

(149) J Metro Releases New Single “Groove”

Groove is the sensation of R&B in a new era of music for an existing genre. When J Metro created the record for listeners, there was no concept off it being one of his biggest records to date. He only had aspirations of creating something to make both young and old generations feel good.


The Houston based Neo-soul artist has done much the past three years for his career from being considered for Grammy Nominations, performing in front of over thirty thousand at the Los Magnificos Car Show, to gracing the red carpet of the Annual Go Dj Award Show! Surely J Metro has kept fans waiting long enough for new music!

With the release of his new album Graffiti The Lost Art, J Metro creates an embodiment of the sounds buzzing in his head. With funk, soul, rhythm, and blues at his disposal the album gives a sound like no other. The leading single “Groove”, has debuted already on several charts and created a significant buzz locally and nationally for J Metro and the album itself.

Be sure to get your copy now available for pre-order on all digital outlets here:


Get tickets to see him live on July 28 in Houston here:

148) Gender Creative Kids 
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Wednesday, 14 June 2017 08:20 PM Permalink

(148) Gender Creative Kids Canada launches The You Inside Project

Montreal, Wednesday, June 14, 2017 – Despite the media buzz regarding transgender rights in
recent months, few resources exist to improve the situation for transgender youth today. Gender
Creative Kids Canada, together with lg2, is proud to launch The You Inside Project. This is a creative
and innovative social project featuring a short animated film shared on social media and an
educational toy (a fictional character named Sam) that is for pre-sale on Kickstarter. The project is
designed to answer the needs of loved ones searching for tools to discuss this delicate, complex and
universal issue with transgender children, their family and friends.

People are invited to support this project by sharing the animated film on social networks and by
participating in the international campaign of socio-financing through the online platform, Kickstarter.
To ensure the success of this project, Gender Creative Kids Canada hopes to pre-sell over 1,500
Russian Sam dolls, which will be ready to be shipped by spring 2018 if the goal is met.

A Russian doll that unites emotion and education

The You Inside Project tells the unique and touching story of Sam, a gender creative child. This
engaging character comes to life in a moving animated film created by Québec artist Rodolphe Saint-
Gelais. The project is further animated through an educational toy that illustrates the different
emotions felt by children who question their gender identity. Each toy is accompanied by a booklet that
explains the emotional steps represented by each figurine and helps adults answer difficult questions.
“The creation of an educational toy meets the specific needs of both parents and teachers who lack
tangible tools to help children and their families understand transgender identities and the emotional
challenges of being born gender creative,” explains Annie Pullen Sansfaçon from Gender Creative Kids
Canada. Pullen Sansfaçon is also an associate professor at the Université de Montréal and mother of
Olie, a gender creative child.

Transgender realities demystified through play

We know that anywhere between 2%–6% of boys and 5%–12% of girls identify or express their
gender differently from their assigned sex at birth. Most children who question their gender identity
are born in environments that are not prepared for this reality. They are often victims of physical,
verbal and sexual harassment that can lead to situations of rejection, isolation and depression. Play is
one of the best ways for children to learn and it also helps adults to open discussions on a sensitive
topic. It is difficult for a child to be assigned a sex at birth that does not correspond to their gender
identity. It is equally difficult for family and friends to understand the difference between the sex
assigned at birth and that child’s gender identity. Therefore, the creation of a concrete, child-friendly
tool for informing, exchanging and educating is so vitally important: with education comes
understanding, empathy and, ultimately, acceptance.

To find out more, visit: [] / []

About Gender Creative Kids Canada

Gender Creative Kids Canada is a non-profit, national-based organization based in Montreal that aims
to raise awareness of the needs of gender creative children while supporting families and communities.
For more information, visit: [].

The organization’s administrators formed a scientific committee composed of the following members:
Annie Pullen Sansfaçon, BSW, PhD, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Université de Montreal;
Katia Giannikakis, M.Ed., Ps. Ed., Special Care Counselling, Vanier College; Kimberley Ens Manning,
PhD, Principal, Simone de Beauvoir Institute and Associate Professor, Department of Political Sciences,
Concordia University.

About lg2

Founded in 1991, lg2 is an integrated communications agency with more than 260 employees and
offices in Montreal, Quebec City and Toronto. It is the largest independent agency in Canada. lg2 is
one of the most recognized Canadian agencies in the industry. It was named the 2016 Agency of the
Year in Canada by the Advertising & Design Club of Canada (ADCC) and by the CLIO Awards in 2015.
It was also recognized as Interactive Agency of the Year by Strategy magazine and the ADCC in 2014.
For more information, visit: [].

Sources: Gender Creative Kids Canada and lg2
For more information:
Marie-Luce Ouellet
Brand Manager, lg2
Tel.: 514 281-8901, ext. 311
Cell: 514 586-2564


The You Inside Project could not have been brought to life without the help, kindness, financial support
and general enthusiasm of our partners: TD Bank, Bell Canada, Government of Quebec, Roméo + Fils
and Rodolphe Saint-Gelais, Shed, lg2, Fondation Émergence and Infrarouge communications.

Additional information

Quebec society will need to become increasingly aware of the needs of transgender youth. The
Government of Quebec’s Plan of Action to Prevent and Combat Bullying 2015–2018 already recognizes
this reality and proposes to work on certain aspects related to the trans-youth experience by
supporting the school community on this issue and making the fight against homophobic and
transphobic bullying one of its priorities. The new Government Action Plan to Combat Homophobia and
Transphobia 2017–2022 reaffirms the importance of sensitizing the various communities, including
schools, to sexual diversity.
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