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June 2010


Our Pride 2010 feature is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to HIV/AIDS information, personal stories, community, news and research that matters to the LGBT community. If you're looking for more, check out these areas of

Other Resources on the Web

In addition to browsing for HIV/AIDS-related LGBT resources, be sure to visit the Web sites of other organizations and agencies that work tirelessly each day to give the LGBT community ever more to be proud of. There are hundreds of these amazing groups throughout the world (this Wikipedia page lists many of them), but here are a few that make especially strong online resources:

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Faces of Pride

Shawn A. "Capri'Quarius" BastianShawn A. "Capri'Quarius" Bastian

Shawn's sign: "The 5 IMPORTANT factors that I live by when it comes to what LGBT PRIDE means to me!"

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What's Your Opinion?
Do you celebrate LGBT Pride in your city or town?
Yes! I'm out there every year with my rainbows on.
No! I'm over it -- Pride is for tourists, politicians and the newly out.
I would, but there are no Pride events or celebrations in my area.
What's Pride?