Mya Mya Mya She All that and More!

So just giving credit where I believe credit is due, I like to take my hat off and applauds to Mya our sweet heart we watched grow in so many different areas as an artist, singer, songwriter and performer who doesn’t need any help with kind or edifying words of due! This Lady is obviously all of that and more! 
And that part is what I really want to bring more emphasis too. Meaning the Woman behind the Talent and the calmness, the confidence, the growth and ascension to a place that many haven’t and will never reach. We seen… Keep Reading

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“A strong man became a fragile man, and yet his spirit remained like iron” We here at the LBGT Sentinel Pay honor and respects to Muhammad Ali. A Champion who happened to be a fighter and a fighter warrior he was and will remain as we do our part in keeping this great champion alive always in spirit and I personally am glad to have an example like the blueprint and bars he set As a humanitarian and servant to justice, equally for all whom are oppressed by a system whom methodically and systematically working both ends against the middle.… Keep Reading

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What do you believe to be the ultimate message behind pride week.

Casper: I think everyone’s experience in the LGBTQ community is different. There are paralles between experiences, but each person’s journey and indentity is incredibly personal. So I don’t believe there is one unifying message behind Pride week. If anything, I think the ultimate goal is to foster a sense of community to individuals through a communal celebration. Keep Reading

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You cannot go wrong when you go Vegas. When me and friends need a quick getaway, Las Vegas is always our go to. It’s just far away enough to escape our everyday lives on the weekend and you can be satisfied with your stay even if you’re only there for an overnight trip. I found a great deal on a last minute ticket (which you can find basically anywhere to head to Vegas) and stayed at Planet Hollywood on the strip. We were only there for the weekend so when the plane landed at 7pm we went straight to the… Keep Reading

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With winter and spring flying by, we now find ourselves gearing up for summertime- the busiest travel season. All around the world CEO’s, students, stay-at-home moms are putting together the perfect summer getaways to ditch the everyday hustle bustle and head to their favorite destinations. Whether it is a quick weekend trip or a month long vacay, finding the best spot to escape to can sometimes be tough. If you’re looking for a real getaway, Costa Rica is an amazing and affordable trip to consider. Located in Central America, the lush rainforests and flora and fauna do not disappoint. To… Keep Reading

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MENINGITIS OUTBREAK IN L.A. LGBT Community Prompts Plea For Vaccinations

Los Angeles County public health officials and LGBT advocates are urging gay and bisexual men to get meningitis vaccinations, citing a recent outbreak of potentially deadly meningococcal disease that is disproportionately affecting men who have sex with men. There have been 17 confirmed cases of invasive meningococcal disease confirmed in the county so far this year, including 12 in the last two months, Jeffrey Gunzenhauser, the interim director of the L.A. County Department of Public Health, said Thursday. Eight have been among gay or bisexual men, including seven within the last two months, he said. “In L.A. County, since May,… Keep Reading

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The Beast that Has Rendered mankind Useless “As much as we think our toys, technology, and luxuries make us more advanced, the fact is it has also crippled us also taking us back to a time when polio was still an incurable decease and that is adding a bit of benefit to any doubt.” Technology and idealisms of what we think is comfort and luxury the same thing that has killed us on the other end putting our senses to sleep dormant. Let’s be honest at least for a moment. Can you say that you don’t only have home automation… Keep Reading

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Friends with Benefits

There was a time when relationships between gay men were more that a simple “swipe left” of pure eros. In the past, gay men bonded over a shared sense of discrimination, inequality, and sometimes danger. Recent advances in LGBTQ equality around gay men see themselves; a new generation of men can now add “husband” to their vocabulary, and the proverbial white picket fence can be had. Although it is not a relationship often shown in the media or reflected in books and movies, gay men do not always seek camaraderia in night clubs, bitch at Sunday brunch, or shop foe… Keep Reading

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What have been THE GREATEST CHALLENGES faced by you personally or as a movement & what do you see for the / FUTURE Progression of this IDEA?

For me personally it’s been a long-term struggle to articulate and assert myself as male. I’ve always believed myself to be in the wrong body since I was a child. Yet when I was growing up, being gay (let alone trans) wasn’t a public topic. I accepted the label lesbian/gay because it was “easier” for people to understand. It took me a long time a name change. In the US this is a very current topic, so it’s imperative that the LGBTQ community continues to champion the trans cause to help broaden the public discussion and secure trans rights. Keep Reading

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