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Events to Celebrate Latino Heritage in the North Bay

EPTEMBER CLOVERDALE Independence Day: Celebrate Mexican Independence Day outdoors from noon to 5 p.m. Sept. 19 at St. Peter’s Church, 491 S. Franklin St.. The celebration includes a health and resources fair, dancers from different regions of Mexico, Aztec dancers, storytelling, arts and crafts, food vendors and music. Information: 529-0973. JENNER Camping: Latino Outdoors, REI(…)

Weinstein Subpoenaing Porn Performer Medical Records

  Earlier this week, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) served several testing centers with subpoenas, asking them to turn over confidential patient privacy data as part of their lawsuit on Measure B. This is a clear HIPPA violation, and an affront to performer dignity. As a healthcare provider schooled in patient privacy, AHF should be(…)

1 in 2 Young People in Britain Say They are Not 100% Heterosexual

  Invented by Alfred Kinsey in the 1940s, the Kinsey scale plots individuals on a range of sexual dispositions from exclusively heterosexual at 0 through to exclusively homosexual at 6. Where the original study had a large number of methods for placing people, YouGov simply asked people to place themselves on the sexuality scale. Taken(…)

Naomi Metz Offers Workshops About Estate Planning at Food for Thought

Food For Thought will offer two upcoming workshops with attorney Naomi Metz, who focuses on working with the LBGT community. Join us in learning more about estate planning, understanding your rights, and making the best plan for you and your family. Workshop 1: Protect Your Legacy: An Estate Planning Workshop for the LGBT Community Thursday,(…)

Food for Thought’s Calabash Happens October 4

Calabash – A Festival of Gourds, Art, and the Garden will happen Sunday, October 4, 2015, 1-5 pm Food For Thought, in collaboration with the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center, present the 15th annual Calabash – Sonoma County’s most colorful and inspiring harvest event. Calabash, named Best Fundraiser by readers of the North Bay Bohemian(…)

Three Studies Find Children of Gay Parents Fare Well

 On the heels of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that legalized same-sex marriage nationwide, new research suggests that children raised by gay parents are well adjusted and resilient, HealthDay reports. Four new studies were scheduled to be presented this week at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association in Toronto that set out to(…)

Historic Baptist Church Becomes First To Ordain Gay And Transgender Ministers

While most Christian churches across the United States are strongly opposed to homosexuality and same-sex marriage, the First Baptist Church of Greenville in South Carolina has taken a totally different route: It has decided to allow not just gay unions, but also the ordination of gay and transgender ministers. The 184-year-old church, which is the(…)