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Faces of Pride

Robert Breining

Robert Breining, Levittown, Penn., 31 years old

Pride means feeling comfortable in your own skin.

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Comment by: Marleny (Levittown, PA) Wed., Jun. 2, 2010 at 10:09 pm UTC
Look at that sexy beast! Work it, baby!
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Comment by: Alex Upchurch (El Paso, TX ) Tue., Jun. 1, 2010 at 8:07 pm UTC
“You can't give people pride, but you can provide the kind of understanding that makes people look to their inner strengths and find their own sense of pride”
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Comment by: Danny W (Bradenton, FL) Tue., Jun. 1, 2010 at 7:27 pm UTC
Love it Robert!!
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Comment by: Danny Miller (Lusby Maryland) Tue., Jun. 1, 2010 at 6:19 pm UTC
Great job Robert!!
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Word on the Street

fogcityjohn Is LGBT Pride Still Significant Nowadays? If So, How?

Pride celebrations remain as necessary today as they have ever been. The meager progress on issues vital to the GLBT community from our Democratic president and Democratic Congress shows that it's critically important that we remain not only proud, but out and loud. So let's all resolve to make enough noise this June that even Washington, D.C., will hear us.


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?