Sunday, December 5, 2010

Boston Pride LGBT Holiday Event

Exclusive Audio Interview with Tris Reid-Smith
Editor-in-Chief, Pink Paper & the Gay Times in

London, UK. In the UK gays & lesbians have openly

served in the military since 2000. We talked about

this & more
“A Not So Silent Night Holiday Event” concluded Boston
Pride's 40th Anniversary, was a blast! Lots of money was
raised at the casino favorites like Texas Hold ‘Em, Black
Jack & Roulette as well as a 50-50 raffle & dancing. The
Mystery Buy-a-Box component replaced the traditional
silent auction. Hosted by Comedian Chantal Carrere,
voted one of Curve Magazine’s Top 10 funniest Lesbians, &
DJ Chris Holman played the best tunes. Boston Pride produces
events & activities to achieve inclusively, equality, respect &
awareness in Greater Boston & beyond. Proceeds from the event
will benefit Boston Pride’s year-round activities, including
development of new educational & human rights programming.
See You Next Year...:)
For More Info:
Exclusive Audio Interview with Gay Ally
Rev. John Makokha who runs educational

awareness seminars on human sexuality &

gender identity programs in Kenya


Exclusive Audio Interview with Charles Robbins,
Executive Director/CEO of the Trevor Project on
Teen Suicide Prevention & the Trevor Live

Hear Audio Interviews w/ LGBT Leaders @OUTTAKE VOICES™


Anonymous Keri Aulita said...

The holidays are a perfect time to bring everyone together. That’s what the Boston Pride does in June and that’s what we want to do in December. If the LGBT Community can be considered a big family, it’s not enough to get together just once a year. We’re starting a new family tradition of getting everyone together for an annual Holiday Party!

Keri Aulita, Boston Pride Deputy Director

December 2, 2010 at 3:20 AM  

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