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The Pink Triangle Project: Holocaust Remembrance

on Wednesday, 21 March 2018.

The Pink Triangle Project: Holocaust Remembrance

Please join UVM Hillel and the LGBTQA Center at UVM as we come together with our campus partners at the Interfaith Center to observe Holocaust Remembrance Week with a collaborative history project, honoring the experience and stories of LGBTQ people during the Holocaust.

This will be held on Tuesday, April 10, at 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM.


The Holocaust Remembrance Day Exhibit will be on display from April 9th to the 13th in the Interfaith Center’s Gathering Hall.

David Frye Hosts Prideability: Guest John Kilacky

on Tuesday, 20 March 2018.

David Frye Hosts Prideability: Guest John Kilacky

Hosts Paul Engels and David Frye speak with John R. Killacky, executive director of Flynn and their first guest on Prideability. John has made numerous films and videos in his hybrid career. In his most recent exhibition, his work focuses on AIDS-related works from the '90s, disability-themed pieces from the 2000's and two recent video collaborations with Vermont artists; Todd R. Lockwood and Art Bell. His award-winning work has been screened internationally at films festivals; broadcast on PBS, Free Speech TV, and Cultura24 in Holland.

About the Hosts: David Frye is the Disability Network Group Facilitator at the Pride Center of VT.

Paul Engels is a concerned citizen of South Burlington.

To watch more videos produced in Vermont, including documentaries, local events, and more, visit any of the following RETN sites:

http://www.retn.orghttp://www.youtube.com/retnvt

http://www.youtube.com/pknbtv

http://www.youtube.com/vtschools

PCVT Seeks Amazing Executive Director!

on Tuesday, 27 February 2018. Posted in Safespace

PCVT Seeks Amazing Executive Director!

Looking for a great ED position in an amazing place? Pride Center of Vermont is looking

for a new Executive Director!

 

Find out more here:

 https://www.lgbtcenters.org/Careers/Vermont

 

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

BURLINGTON, VERMONT

Posted: February 23, 2018

CONTACT INFORMATION

Email: careers@lgbtcenters.org

JOB DESCRIPTION

Pride Center of Vermont
Executive Director

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for Pride Center of Vermont’s staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission.  The Executive Director will be a strong and collaborative leader with a proven track record in fundraising, financial management, programming and operational supervision. The Executive Director will be the face of the organization, responsible for giving the proper strategic direction, implementing a high- quality vision, and ensuring the long-term sustainability of Pride Center of Vermont.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Leadership & Management:

  • Lead, coach, develop, and retain Pride Center of Vermont’s staff and management team
  • Build an effective team of leaders by providing guidance and coaching to subordinate managers
  • Ensure ongoing local programmatic excellence, rigorous program evaluation, and consistent quality of finance and administration, fundraising, communications, and systems; recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve the strategic goals
  • Actively engage and energize Pride Center of Vermont’s staff, volunteers, board members, event committees, alumni, partnering organizations, and funders
  • Ensure effective systems to track scaling progress, and regularly evaluate program components and measure successes that can be effectively communicated to the board, funders, and other constituents

Fundraising & Communications:

  • Fully understand the complex funding streams (e.g., foundations, corporate, individual, government, etc.) and rapidly changing trends in the not-for-profit, health and human service, and LGBT sectors
  • Expand local revenue generating and fundraising activities to support existing program operations and future expansion
  • Work in partnership with the Board of Directors to identify, solicit and acquire new sources of funding
  • Deepen and refine all aspects of communications—from web presence to external relations with the goal of creating a stronger brand
  • Use external presence and relationships to garner new opportunities
  • Act as the organization’s primary spokesperson with elected officials with government agency leaders and with the non-governmental funding communities

Strategy and Vision:

  • Engage the Board, staff, and community stakeholders in a process to help define strategic goals for the organization’s short and longer-term strategic plans
  • Oversee the plan’s implementation, ensuring necessary funds, staff, and infrastructure are available to realize the plan’s goals
  • Communicate the strategy, its goals, its ongoing progress, and outcomes to the organization’s Board, staff, funders, partners and community stakeholders

Diversity and Inclusion:

  • Serve as a Center spokesperson for an intersectional LGBT community and the necessity of an aggressive diversity and inclusion strategy
  • Bring a robust understanding of diversity including minimally: race, ethnicity, gender and gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, disability status, medical status; but also considering factors that include: marital status, parental status, veteran status, etc.
  • Oversee Center staff, volunteer and board recruitment, hiring, and retention ensuring appropriate demographic representation
  • Ensure Center collaborations and partnerships reflect the above

QUALIFICATIONS


The Executive Director will be thoroughly committed to Pride Center of Vermont’s mission. All candidates should have proven leadership, coaching, and relationship management experience.

Specific requirements include:

  • Visionary thinker with the ability to establish and enforce the vision of the organization
  • Influential manager with ability to lead and motivate with passion, idealism, integrity, and positive attitude
  • A strategic approach to leadership with an ability to move easily between the environments of donors and foundations and those of grassroots community supporters and partners;
  • Bachelor’s Degree in business management, social sciences, or related fields - Master’s Degree preferred
  • Prior experience as an Executive Director or similar leadership role, with ability to point to specific examples of having developed and operationalized strategies that have taken an organization to the next stage of growth
  • A minimum of 3-5 years of professional leadership experience in not-for-profit management or similar work experience
  • Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable, and innovative approach to business planning - mission-driven and self-directed
  • A record of success as a dynamic fundraiser, with the ability to secure financial support from individuals, foundations, corporations and government sources, particularly in a climate of increasing constraints and fewer resources; the ability to harness financial resources by building effective relationships with potential donors
  • Solid financial skills and GAAP understanding
  • Past success working with a Board of Directors with the ability to cultivate existing board member relationships
  • Experience working with a diverse community and building strong cultures within organizations
  • Extensive knowledge of LGBTQ programs and issues impacting the community - a passionate and articulate advocate on behalf of the LGBTQ community, with the capacity to serve as a leader and visible spokesperson for LGBTQ issues on a local, state and national level
  • Unwavering commitment to quality programs and data-driven program evaluation
  • Excellence in organizational management with the ability to coach staff, manage, and develop high-performance teams, set and achieve strategic objectives, and manage a budget
  • An analytical mind capable for “out-of-the-box” thinking to solve problems
  • Strong marketing and public relations experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills - a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills
  • A politically savvy collaborator and consensus builder with good judgment, excellent listening skills, the ability to reconcile divergent points of view, resolve conflicts, and develop and maintain, on all fronts, a sense of team spirit and common purpose

COMPENSATION

Pride Center of Vermont offers a competitive salary and benefits package commensurate with experience.

OPPORTUNITY

This is an exceptional opportunity for an experienced professional to lead a growing and highly-respected organization. For nearly twenty years, Pride Center of Vermont has provided essential services and a safe meeting place for Vermont’s LGBTQ community. The successful candidate will play a significant role in enhancing Pride Center of Vermont’s work and increasing its impact. As part of a dynamic team, serving an organization with the highest standards of excellence, the Executive Director will enrich and improve the lives of LGBTQ Vermonters across the state.

ABOUT PRIDE CENTER OF VERMONT

Pride Center of Vermont (PCVT) is New England’s most comprehensive community center dedicated to advancing community and the health and safety of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Vermonters. PCVT serves as the hub for the diverse LGBTQ community of Vermont and surrounding areas. Our work is designed to help people to live rich, healthy lives and to discover the strength found in community, through a wide variety of programs, services and activities.

TO APPLY

Please send a résumé and cover letter via e-mail to careers@lgbtcenters.org by

March 15, 2018, with Executive Director Search in the subject line.

Pride Center of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to fostering diversity within its staff. Applications are encouraged from all persons, including those with diverse backgrounds in regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, marital status, religious creed, medical/physical/mental condition, sexual orientation, Veteran Status, or age.

Why GLAM Campaign: Brandon Schulze

on Tuesday, 20 February 2018.

Why GLAM Campaign: Brandon Schulze

Why GLAM?

Each week we’ll be highlighting some of our fierce GLAM members who work to spread messages of community, social justice, and fun! As Brandon says, "I joined Glam to find a community that appreciates me, I found loving friends here, and ended up finding more out about myself".

GLAM is part of the nation-wide Mpowerment Project, which is the first documented HIV prevention intervention for young gay/bisexual men to succeed in reducing sexual risk behavior. The program has been carefully developed, evaluated, and continually refined over the course of twelve years by prominent behavioral scientists from the University of California, San Francisco’s Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS), a leading-edge HIV/AIDS research institution.

It has been rigorously evaluated in two cities (Eugene, Oregon and Santa Barbara, California), and in both it reduced the rates of unprotected anal intercourse among young gay/bisexual men. The Mpowerment Project is listed in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Compendium of HIV Prevention Interventions with Evidence of Effectiveness.

One study also looked at the impact of the Mpowerment Project since HAART (Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy) — the drug “cocktail” — has become available. Our data showed that the intervention resulted in a slight decrease (-12%) in risk behavior among young gay/bisexual men in Albuquerque, NM while during the same time period, the risk behaviors in the comparison communities rose dramatically. Young gay/bisexual men in Phoenix, AZ reported a 24% increase in unprotected anal sex, and young gay/bisexual men in Austin, TX reported a 42% increase. At the time these data were collected, neither Austin nor Phoenix had an Mpowerment Project in their communities.

Want to learn more about GLAM? Come to one of our core group meetings on Wednesdays @ 6:30pm at the Pride Center, or stop by or drop-in space any day of the week.

Relationship Skills Class

on Monday, 19 February 2018. Posted in Events

Relationship Skills Class

Join us for a group geared toward exploring and sharing our skills for positive, supportive relationships. This course focuses on exploring how we relate, whether a romantic/sexual relationship, friendships, family relationships, ‘it’s complicated’ relationships, and other ways we label our ‘ships.

 

It starts on February 22nd 5:30-7PM and will be held in the Waterman Building on UVM Campus Room 458. 

 

This free, queer-friendly group is based on a 6-session curriculum, and is open to all people of all identities.

 

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Willow- willow@pridecentervt.org 

 

We hope to see you there!

New Tobacco Cessation Group Happening in Montpelier! 

on Wednesday, 14 February 2018.

New Tobacco Cessation Group Happening in Montpelier! 
Are you resolved to quit/cut down or maintain your smoking in 2018?
 
Get the tips, tools and community support you need for the upcoming year! We can help provide patches and gum as well!
 
We will be hosting a  free 4 -week smoking cessation group at the Hunger Mountain Coop in Montpelier.  
 
The group will meet weekly starting on 2/25 from 4pm-5pm at Hunger Mountain Coop.
 

If you're interested in participating or have questions- contact Mike at LGBTQuits@pridecentervt.org.

 

Why GLAM Campaign: Nathan Gabel

on Tuesday, 13 February 2018.

Why GLAM Campaign: Nathan Gabel

Why GLAM?

Each week we’ll be highlighting some of our fierce GLAM members who work to spread messages of community, social justice, and fun! As Nathan says, "I attend GLAM events to connect with queer people in the area and create an atmosphere of understanding and acceptance".

GLAM is part of the nation-wide Mpowerment Project, which is the first documented HIV prevention intervention for young gay/bisexual men to succeed in reducing sexual risk behavior. The program has been carefully developed, evaluated, and continually refined over the course of twelve years by prominent behavioral scientists from the University of California, San Francisco’s Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS), a leading-edge HIV/AIDS research institution.

It has been rigorously evaluated in two cities (Eugene, Oregon and Santa Barbara, California), and in both it reduced the rates of unprotected anal intercourse among young gay/bisexual men. The Mpowerment Project is listed in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Compendium of HIV Prevention Interventions with Evidence of Effectiveness.

One study also looked at the impact of the Mpowerment Project since HAART (Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy) — the drug “cocktail” — has become available. Our data showed that the intervention resulted in a slight decrease (-12%) in risk behavior among young gay/bisexual men in Albuquerque, NM while during the same time period, the risk behaviors in the comparison communities rose dramatically. Young gay/bisexual men in Phoenix, AZ reported a 24% increase in unprotected anal sex, and young gay/bisexual men in Austin, TX reported a 42% increase. At the time these data were collected, neither Austin nor Phoenix had an Mpowerment Project in their communities.

Want to learn more about GLAM? Come to one of our core group meetings on Wednesdays @ 6:30pm at the Pride Center, or stop by or drop-in space any day of the week.

Speaking Valentine's

on Wednesday, 07 February 2018. Posted in Events

Speaking Valentine's
VALENTINE'S DAY POP UP EVENT! All of your Valentine's desires can be satiated at this event. From witch-inspired clothing and handmade jewelry to paddles and sex toys, with trashy romance novels and vampire sex lit, you are bound to have a LOVE-ly time. 

Featuring: 
I wood for you - Brings out the character of Vermont hardwoods- Wooden paddles and earrings and dressing screens.

Wings of Sin - witchy attire

Phildo Designs - glass dildos

Rocket Erotic - Naughty Necessities-handmade leather gear, and more!

FREE CUPCAKES || FUN BEATS

Why GLAM Campaign: Alex Olson

on Tuesday, 06 February 2018.

Why GLAM Campaign: Alex Olson

Why GLAM?

Each week we’ll be highlighting some of our fierce GLAM members who work to spread messages of community, social justice, and fun! As Alex​ says, "I started attending GLAM to make more friends and to add some excitement to the post-college work grind".

GLAM is part of the nation-wide Mpowerment Project, which is the first documented HIV prevention intervention for young gay/bisexual men to succeed in reducing sexual risk behavior. The program has been carefully developed, evaluated, and continually refined over the course of twelve years by prominent behavioral scientists from the University of California, San Francisco’s Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS), a leading-edge HIV/AIDS research institution.

It has been rigorously evaluated in two cities (Eugene, Oregon and Santa Barbara, California), and in both it reduced the rates of unprotected anal intercourse among young gay/bisexual men. The Mpowerment Project is listed in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Compendium of HIV Prevention Interventions with Evidence of Effectiveness.

One study also looked at the impact of the Mpowerment Project since HAART (Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy) — the drug “cocktail” — has become available. Our data showed that the intervention resulted in a slight decrease (-12%) in risk behavior among young gay/bisexual men in Albuquerque, NM while during the same time period, the risk behaviors in the comparison communities rose dramatically. Young gay/bisexual men in Phoenix, AZ reported a 24% increase in unprotected anal sex, and young gay/bisexual men in Austin, TX reported a 42% increase. At the time these data were collected, neither Austin nor Phoenix had an Mpowerment Project in their communities.

Want to learn more about GLAM? Come to one of our core group meetings on Wednesdays @ 6:30pm at the Pride Center, or stop by or drop-in space any day of the week.

Why GLAM Campaign: Ethan Fontneau

on Tuesday, 30 January 2018.

Why GLAM Campaign: Ethan Fontneau

Why GLAM?

Each week we’ll be highlighting some of our fierce GLAM members who work to spread messages of community, social justice, and fun! As Ethan says, "I've met so many cool people through GLAM. It's really connected me to some great members of the LGBT+ community."

GLAM is part of the nation-wide Mpowerment Project, which is the first documented HIV prevention intervention for young gay/bisexual men to succeed in reducing sexual risk behavior. The program has been carefully developed, evaluated, and continually refined over the course of twelve years by prominent behavioral scientists from the University of California, San Francisco’s Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS), a leading-edge HIV/AIDS research institution.

It has been rigorously evaluated in two cities (Eugene, Oregon and Santa Barbara, California), and in both it reduced the rates of unprotected anal intercourse among young gay/bisexual men. The Mpowerment Project is listed in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Compendium of HIV Prevention Interventions with Evidence of Effectiveness.

One study also looked at the impact of the Mpowerment Project since HAART (Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy) — the drug “cocktail” — has become available. Our data showed that the intervention resulted in a slight decrease (-12%) in risk behavior among young gay/bisexual men in Albuquerque, NM while during the same time period, the risk behaviors in the comparison communities rose dramatically. Young gay/bisexual men in Phoenix, AZ reported a 24% increase in unprotected anal sex, and young gay/bisexual men in Austin, TX reported a 42% increase. At the time these data were collected, neither Austin nor Phoenix had an Mpowerment Project in their communities.

Want to learn more about GLAM? Come to one of our core group meetings on Wednesdays @ 6:30pm at the Pride Center, or stop by or drop-in space any day of the week.

GLAM is looking for a new logo!

on Monday, 29 January 2018.

GLAM is looking for a new logo!

GLAM is looking for a new visual identity and needs your help! We are seeking someone who can design a creative, innovative and professional logo design. The logo should be recognizable and help promote the ideas of community, friendship, pride, and make it sexy. The rest is up to you! Please read below for more details regarding logo design, contest rules & submission requirements.

How to Enter the Contest

The contest begins on January 30th, 2018. Submissions will be accepted through March 2nd, 2018. Winners will be announced in via our website, social media websites and by direct contact to the winners' email accounts. In order for your entry to be submitted and reviewed by our judges, all entries must be:
1. Submitted directly to the GLAM staff at glam@pridecentervt.org
2. Submitted in their original source file and
3. Submitted as an Encapsulated Post-Script (EPS) file

Logo Requirements

* Professional: This logo will be featured on our website, our social media platforms and other mediums (stationary, pamphlets, t-shirts etc). As a result, while we want the logo to be eye-catching, it must still be legible.
* Theme: Logo must promote the ideals of our GLAM program: community, friendship, and pride.
* Color: There are no limitations and any colors may be used. However, logo must look good in color (if any) or black and white.
* Integrity: Logos cannot contain copyrighted material. Logos must have been created and edited by the contestant(s). Logos may not include images or licensed images that have been previously published. Must be easily reproducible and scalable for large and small formatting.

Contest Details

The winner will be selected by members of the GLAM Core Group in conjunction with Health & Wellness staff at the Pride Center of Vermont. Contestants agree that GLAM and the Pride Center of Vermont may publish their logo and name(s) and may use both for advertising campaigns and/or marketing materials in the future. Contestants assign all ownership rights, including all intellectual property rights to the logo, to the Pride Center of Vermont. Additionally, GLAM and the Pride Center of Vermont may alter, modify or revise the logo as it sees necessary to achieve the goals of the Center. GLAM reserves the right to not select a winner if, in its sole discretion, no suitable entries are received.

Prize

Contest winner will receive $250 in the form of check or Visa Gift Card.

Fiber Arts Group: No meeting on 1/28

on Wednesday, 24 January 2018. Posted in Safespace

Fiber Arts Group: No meeting on 1/28

The Fiber Arts Group is cancelled for this week! We are so grateful to Megan who has been an incredible volunteer in hosting this space for creativity, connection and community, and we're also wondering if any other crafty folks are interested in helping facilitate future meetings! Please get in touch if you're interested-- info@pridecentervt.org. Thanks!

Why GLAM? Campaign: Miles Cleary

on Tuesday, 23 January 2018.

Why GLAM? Campaign: Miles Cleary

Why GLAM?

Each week we’ll be highlighting some of our fierce GLAM members who work to spread messages of community, social justice, and fun! As Miles says, "I joined GLAM soon after I moved to Burlington. It has been a great way to meet people. I love being part of a group that blends meaningful conversations, outreach, and plain old fun!"

GLAM is part of the nation-wide Mpowerment Project, which is the first documented HIV prevention intervention for young gay/bisexual men to succeed in reducing sexual risk behavior. The program has been carefully developed, evaluated, and continually refined over the course of twelve years by prominent behavioral scientists from the University of California, San Francisco’s Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS), a leading-edge HIV/AIDS research institution.

It has been rigorously evaluated in two cities (Eugene, Oregon and Santa Barbara, California), and in both it reduced the rates of unprotected anal intercourse among young gay/bisexual men. The Mpowerment Project is listed in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Compendium of HIV Prevention Interventions with Evidence of Effectiveness.

One study also looked at the impact of the Mpowerment Project since HAART (Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy) — the drug “cocktail” — has become available. Our data showed that the intervention resulted in a slight decrease (-12%) in risk behavior among young gay/bisexual men in Albuquerque, NM while during the same time period, the risk behaviors in the comparison communities rose dramatically. Young gay/bisexual men in Phoenix, AZ reported a 24% increase in unprotected anal sex, and young gay/bisexual men in Austin, TX reported a 42% increase. At the time these data were collected, neither Austin nor Phoenix had an Mpowerment Project in their communities.

Want to learn more about GLAM? Come to one of our core group meetings on Wednesdays @ 6:30pm at the Pride Center, or stop by or drop-in space any day of the week.

Statement re: Ask Athena column

on Monday, 22 January 2018. Posted in Safespace

Statement re: Ask Athena column

Pride Center of Vermont (PCVT) is New England’s most comprehensive community center dedicated to advancing the health and safety of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Vermonters. The Pride Center’s programs and services strive to meet the distinct and unique needs of our LGBTQ community. Our drop-in resource center, community meeting spaces, 3,000-volume lending library, David Bohnett Cyber Center, and social events all help us to build community and create increased access to information and resources for all Vermonters. In Seven Days’ most recent issue (Vol. 23, No. 17), the Ask Athena columnist stated that “admirers” of the trans-femme community should come to the Pride Center to find potential romantic partners, while simultaneously using outdated and offensive language. This advice creates an unsafe environment for trans women, and encourages the fetishization of one’s trans status. PCVT works to provide a safe space for all members of our community at our South Champlain Street location, and does not tolerate any form of voyeurism or fetishization of our transgender family.

 

To learn more about trans allyship and fetishization, check out some of these great articles:

Trans What?

Trans Equality: Good Ally

Everyday Feminism - Trans Fetishization

#LicensetoDiscriminate

on Thursday, 18 January 2018.

#LicensetoDiscriminate

Today the Trump Administration announced that they will be overhauling the Health and Human Services (HHS) civil rights office as part of a broader plan that will allow health workers to refuse treatment to patients based on religious or moral objections. In other words, this new division will allow medical providers to deny abortion and other critical health care services for LGBTQ people and people living with HIV when they have moral objections.

Existing refusal laws already allow health care providers to put their religious beliefs before patient care. The proposed rule would expand those laws in harmful new ways. The LGBTQ community as well as people of color, interracial couples, women, minority faiths, people with disabilities, and others could be at great risk.

Under the revised rule, the civil rights office would be able to further shield these workers as well as punish organizations that don’t allow employees to express religious and moral objections. This is a major shift for the office, which until now focused on enforcing federal civil rights and health care privacy laws. LGBTQ community centers continually work to overcome stigmas and discrimination, and this policy will significantly increase the time they spend helping individuals find alternative care.

According to a recent Center for American Progress survey, LGBTQ people face disturbing rates of health care discrimination, including harassment and denials of care, and often avoid doctor’s offices out of fear of discrimination. The freedom to practice one’s religious beliefs is a mainstay of our Constitution, but it should not be used to deny competent medical care to anyone or as a justification for discrimination, sexism, intolerance, or racism.

#LicensetoDiscriminate

 

More Information:

https://www.politico.com/story/2018/01/16/conscience-abortion-transgender-patients-health-care-289542

https://www.hhs.gov/about/news/2018/01/18/hhs-ocr-announces-new-conscience-and-religious-freedom-division.html

https://medium.com/transequalitynow/medical-mental-health-groups-to-hhs-no-licensetodiscriminate-5f614acaa1ee

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/18/us/health-care-office-abortion-contraception.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=first-column-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news

https://www.americanprogress.org/issues/lgbt/news/2018/01/18/445130/discrimination-prevents-lgbtq-people-accessing-health-care/

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