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After its URL earlier success this year http:www.pridesource.comarticle.html?article=64445, Affirmations will again host a series of relationship skills classes along with HAVEN and Turning Point. Themed around health and wellness, the classes will have a different topic each session. The skills class is based on a curriculum development by the Northwest Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse in Seattle. (Space is limited for each session, so advanced registration at www.goaffirmations.org is recommended.) READ MORE.
Jillian Banks is a long way away from being a gay icon, but she's off to a good start. Like Madonna and Cher, the moody Los Angeles songstress is a one-name phenom: Banks. A touchstone of 2014, her debut, "Goddess," is an intoxicating hybrid of James Blake-esque electronica and old-school R&B. READ MORE.
There's a beautiful moment in Ira Sachs' indie hit "Love Is Strange" involving two older men - a New York couple forced to live apart after one of them loses his job, tearfully embracing. Life-changing? No. But that's the point: Its simplicity is a revelation. READ MORE.
Michele Norris, the award-winning journalist famed for her work on National Public Radio, comes to East Lansing this month. She will be a part of the Wharton Center's "World View Lecture Series" presented in partnership with the MSU Office of the President. READ MORE.
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