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Today’s must read: “Athens Pride”

TODAY’S MUST READ
Athens Pride 2016

Today, Boston Pride invites you to travel to Europe and discover our sister Pride celebration: “Athens Pride 2016.” Andrea Gilbert, organizer of the Pride parade and rally in the Greek capital, describes how this year’s festivities will focus on supporting the trans and gender-non-conforming members of the community. Happy reading!

Click here to read “Athens Pride 2016 – Solidarity with the trans community”…

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Today’s must read: “Consider Adoption”

Consider Adoption

In today’s spotlight: Diane Tomaz’ touching article “Consider Adoption,” from the 2016 Boston Pride Guide. Hundreds of children and youths in Massachusetts are in foster care, waiting to be adopted. As Tomaz’ piece describes, they simply want to grow in a safe place, and don’t care for their parent’s sexual orientation or gender identity. Discover how you too can brighten the lives of children like Veronica and Ryan.

Click here to read “Consider Adoption”…

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Happy Pride from Kathy Griffin

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“Pride is an institution in Boston” – Sen. Elizabeth Warren

Senator Elizabeth Warren

“[The Boston Pride] parade is the tangible demonstration of what happens when we turn away from darkness and division and turn toward our best selves. When we turn toward each other. It shows us what this nation looks like when we are at our best. Inclusive, strong, united, optimistic, and proud.”

Senator Elizabeth Warren

These powerful words were spoken by our beloved Massachusetts Senator on the floor of the Senate this week, during the filibuster organized by Senate Democrats to force a discussion and vote on sensible measures for gun control, following the tragedy at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub.

Click here to view the video of Senator Warren’s speech…

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Today’s must read: “An I Opener”

An I Opener - The I in LGBTQIA Doesn't Stand for Invisible

We invite you today to explore what it means to be intersex, through Kimberly Zieselman’s article “An I Opener.” Despite representing two percent of the population, the intersex community has remained the target of pathologization, and unnecessary “corrective” surgeries are still widespread. But non-profit organizations are fighting back.

Click here to read “An I Opener – The I in LGBTQIA Doesn’t Stand for Invisible”…

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Happy Pride from Tyson Beckford

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Today: Night of Comedy at Hard Rock Cafe, 8pm

Join Black & Latin@ Pride for

A NIGHT OF COMEDY

Thursday, June 16th at the Hard Rock Cafe Boston

featuring

SHAUN BEDGOOD (host)
MIGUEL PEREZ

ELENA JAWITZ
NONYE BROWN-WEST
XAZMIN GARZA
DYLAN USCHER
REECE COTTON

&

headliner
SAMPSON MCCORMICK

$15 / 21+

Doors – 7pm
Open Mic – 7:30-8pm
Show – 8-11:30pm
Mingle – 11:30pm-12am

comedy

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Today’s must read: Coming Out and Around

Coming Out and Around

Today’s Boston Pride Guide spotlight is on Earnest Offley and his testimony “Coming Out and Around,” which invites the reader to understand the experience of a gay black man coming out to his family and to his community.

Click here to read “Coming Out and Around – A Gay Black Man Reflects on His Coming Out”…

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Boston Vigil for Orlando Victims

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Today: Vigil at City Hall Plaza, 6pm

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Mayor Walsh and Boston Pride invite you to attend a vigil in memory of the victims of the Orlando massacre. Join us in solidarity with the families of those who lost their lives for simply being out and proud.

Vigil for Orlando Victims

City Hall Plaza, Boston, MA
6pm

Watch here the moment of silence held at the Back Bay Block Party on St James Avenue:

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