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Seeking LGBTQ people with their animal companions for photoshoot!

We’re seeking a diverse group of LGBTQ people around Greater Boston and their animal companions to take part in an upcoming Pride photoshoot. Interested? Email [email protected] ASAP!

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Pride Guide deadlines extended to April 15th (reservation) and April 22nd (art submission)

Boston Pride has extended its 2017 Pride Guide deadlines! Ad placements may be reserved through April 15th at 11:59pm, and art may be submitted until April 22nd at 11:59pm. Boston Pride thanks its current advertisers, who make it possible for our all-volunteer team to produce a premium, full-color, glossy magazine, distributed all over New England […]

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Book your ad in the 2017 Boston Pride Guide

Advertisers are invited to submit their ad space reservations for the 2017 edition of the official Boston Pride Guide. Click here to book your ad space. Space is limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis. Ad space sold out quickly in 2016, so make sure to book early. The Boston Pride Guide is the best […]

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Contributors Wanted!

Are you a writer, photographer, or artist? Would you like to have your work seen by queer people and allies around the world? Boston Pride is currently seeking community members from all backgrounds who are willing to donate their talents, and are looking for a unique, highly visible place to showcase issues, stories, and ideas […]

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Nominate a Pride Theme for 2017!

Boston Pride is delighted to announce that nominations for the 2017 Pride Theme are now open. Members of the community are invited to submit candidate themes online by Monday, November 14th at 11:59pm. Boston Pride continues its tradition of community engagement and decision-making in the selection of the Pride Theme. Each year, the LGBTQ community […]

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Help wanted!

The Boston Pride Guide team is looking for an additional Sales Representative for the Greater Boston and Rhode Island area. This is a commission-only position, selling ads to LGBTQ-friendly businesses for the official 2017 Boston Pride Guide. This Sales Representative will work with the sales team leveraging an existing list of prospects, but is also […]

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Join the Boston Pride Guide Team!

Building upon the successful publication of our second annual Boston Pride Guide in 2016, we are looking for a talented and dedicated individual to join our all-volunteer editorial staff as Assistant Editor. The Assistant Editor will collaborate with the Editor-in-Chief and the Associate Editor and play an active role at all stages of the 2017 […]

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Today’s must read: “Family Outing”

Today’s Boston Pride Guide spotlight is on people with LGBTQ parents. Emily McGranachan’s article “Family Outing” recounts the author’s own experience being raised by two moms as well as heartwarming stories of children with lesbian or gay parents. A 2013 study showed that approximately 125,000 same-sex couples are raising 220,000 children in the United States. […]

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Today’s must read: “Sites Unseen”

Are you an avid traveler? Wondering where to go next? Then today’s spotlight is right for you. In her article “Sites Unseen,” LoAnn Halden uncovers three unexpected LGBT-friendly destinations: Cape Town (South Africa), Japan, and St. Petersburgh, FL. Discover what makes these places special for our community… enjoy! Click here to read “Sites Unseen”…

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Today’s must read: “Solidarity Through Pride”

Today’s spotlight is on Boston Pride’s programming that exemplifies this year’s Pride theme of “Solidarity Through Pride.” First, we encourage you to read about the Community Forum on Intersectionality held in March, which created a space for educating our community and sharing experiences related to intersectional identities in the LGBT community. Then, we invite you […]

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