The President and First Lady Michelle Obama host a reception for LGBT Pride Month in the East Room of the White House on June 29, 2009.
If disco balls, ecstasy, pearls, Studio 54, sex, crystal chandeliers, Purple Rain and crème brûlée could be whipped in a blender and made into a delicious pop-dance musical confection, you would have Pretty Mess, the debut from dance-pop’s latest sensation Erika Jayne. Due out August 11 through E1 Music (formerly KOCH Records), fantasy and escape reign on the 14-song collection of dance, rhythmic pop and dreamy electronica produced and co-written with some of today’s most in-demand and talented producers.
The Myrtle Beach LGBT community is holding its second annual pride festival this year, July 3rd through 5th.
In May, 2009, Jill Hardman, Nicole Tomlin, and Chloe Michelle Noble are walking across the United States to raise awareness for the LGBTQ homeless youth epidemic in America.
Syttende Mai has been celebrated in the Greater Seattle Area since 1889 with proclamations, speeches, Syttende Gay and a parade.
To honor and memorialize people in the transgender community who were killed due to acts of hatred or prejudice, GLBT Student Services and other CSU organizations are celebrating the 10th Annual Transgender Day of Remembrance tomorrow.