Kate Bishop December 4, 2020 0 comments

Reflecting on the Election, Preparing for Trans Day of Remembrance

We have made it through a high-stakes, and deeply polarized election season. Even folks who don’t engage in electoral politics much have felt the building tension among our communities. Our President and Vice President elect have been projected and announced, and even though there may be ongoing vote counting process...
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Janan Broadbent, PhD December 4, 2020 0 comments

Love, Pandemic Style

You may have seen the November 19 “The Rachel Maddow Show” on MSNBC where the host had an emotional presentation on her partner’s COVID illness. Since then, especially with the Thanksgiving Holiday, there have been many accounts of how people handle when a partner, spouse or a family member gets...
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Baltimore OUTloud December 4, 2020 0 comments

COVID’s Impact on Your Holiday Season

By Michael Young, MD, Service Chief of The Retreat at Sheppard Pratt I’m sorry to be a Grinch, but like everything else this year, COVID may have a big impact on your holiday plans. The holidays should be a festive time, filled with family and friends and parties. As the...
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Sophie Marie White December 4, 2020 0 comments

What does Suicidal Look Like?

If your mother, father, husband, wife, son, daughter, lover or friend was suicidal could you recognize it? What does suicidal look like? Is it recognizable? Is it a frown? Is it a sad look? In which one of the following pictures am I suicidal? Please pick one. The truth is,...
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Brian George Hose December 4, 2020 0 comments

Red County Blues

We did it. We survived what has been called the most important election in our nation’s history and it seems the whole country is having a lot of feelings. Some of us are elated; some are devastated. And there are people somewhere in between. We all have our opinions, and...
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Charles Dudley December 4, 2020 0 comments

We are in the home stretch…we think. What has been the toll?

2020 is almost over and thank God!  We see a light at the end of the tunnel and are hoping it is not the next train barreling toward us as we travel what seems to be an endless tunnel with one crisis after another; COVID, BLM, the election, and a...
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Jim Becker November 28, 2020 0 comments

World AIDS Day during pandemic unlike any other

New York, NY – Taking part in 2020 World AIDS Day observances world-wide have been severely affected by the global novel coronavirus pandemic. Unlike previous years, the number of live events has been brought to an almost complete halt. However, the Internet has been an essential tool for staying connected...
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Jim Becker November 28, 2020 0 comments

David Scondras, 1st open Gay Boston City Councilor has died

Boston, MA – David Scondras, who embodied the Boston Gay community’s dream of political power when he was elected to the City Council in 1983 and was later caught up in sex scandals involving young men, died October 21 of polycystic kidney disease, with his partner of 42 years, Bob...
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