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A monthly, gently-facilitated mutual support group for folks of any identity (whether fully formed or a work in progress) who want to engage in meaningful conversations about gender, sexuality and sexual orientation, and/or the coming out process.
Discussions could range from the personal to the philosophical and beyond as we work together to create a compassionate, safe and courageous space to explore our experiences.
Essential networking and mentoring opportunities abound, with a special focus on the needs of medical students and residents.
The day after the Supreme Court ruled same-sex marriage a constitutional right, Sen.
Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) assured an audience in Nashua, N.
H., Saturday morning that he's no newcomer to gay rights. His 1996 vote against the Defense of Marriage Act, which defined marriage as "a legal union between one man and one woman" and allowed states to refuse to recognize gay marriages performed elsewhere.
"Not too many people voted against it, but I did." That was hardly the first time Sanders went to bat for LGBTQ community, according to records of his tenure as mayor of Burlington, which are housed at the University of Vermont Library's Special Collections.
When gay rights organizers planned Burlington's first-ever pride parade in June 1983 — two years after Sanders was elected mayor of the Queen City — they called on the Board of Aldermen to designate June 25 Lesbian and Gay Pride Day.
of each month to support each other and to learn more about issues and concerns. For more information, email [email protected] call 802-238-3801 Are you looking to meet new guys & have fun getting involved in your community?