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I think it's very problematic to have an official relationship with a city where the mayor says that LGBT people should be beheaded," said Steve Starkey, executive director of OutReach LGBT Community Center.
Despite such concerns, Samba Baldeh, alder for District 17 in Madison, said the program’s mission is to promote cultural, academic and economic relationships between Madison and the West African country.
"It is important that we know each other and understand each other's qualities so we are able to live together as a people rather than divided in the same community,” Baldeh said.
Baldeh has felt the impact of the Gambian government with the incarceration of his own family members. The alder, who pushed the sister-city relationship, said the partnership is not an endorsement of the government.
"This has nothing to do with any government. This has to do with the people. They are the ones who are suffering and need the relationship. We can't say, ‘Let's not do anything in this country just because there are problems,’" he said.
The actor’s open-ended comments didn’t offend employees at local LGBT community centers — though several admitted they didn’t understand how someone could identify as gay without sleeping with other people of the same gender.
With the Supreme Court seemingly poised to settle the legal question regarding same-sex marriages once and for all, Fox News host Shepherd Smith argued on Friday that the issue parallels that of civil rights for communities of color.
“Not in every case, but in most cases, the same states which were fighting integration are fighting this as well,” Smith told Wall Street Journal associate editor John Bussey. “Those states which always seem to be behind the curve for reasons which are explainable and understandable. Those are the places where this is gonna turn out to be the most difficult, especially if the Supreme Court stays with what has seemed to be a trend toward inclusion and away from discrimination.”
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Carol Gnade, executive director of the Utah Pride Center sent a letter of apology to Wolf, blaming a recently hired employee for the false confirmation.
There are no current guidelines for vendor submissions to the Pride festival, Gnade says that all applicants are subject to approval.
"The issue is not about censorship of what they do," Gnade says. "It's the appropriateness of it, and the kind of celebration that we have for our community, and the fact that we have such a broad spectrum of ages."
The entrepreneur thinks that the decision to exclude his business is a result of The Latter Day Saints’ influence and recent donation of $2,500 to the Utah Pride Center.
Wolf did not use his real name on the application which further bothered Gnade, “LeGrand Wolf isn't a person," she said. "That disturbs me, that we don't know who these people are and where they come from."
In response to that LeGrand says that he uses an alias because that’s the norm in the adult industry. Using his real name would be, "a liability and kind of a faux pas."
Nonetheless, Utah Pride is not interested in what Wolf is selling.
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No one should ever go through cancer alone. Cancer patients and their families can find comfort and strength in sharing their stories with others. Due to technology and having a world at our fingertips, many patients and families are looking for encouragement through online support groups and social networking sites.
With a desire to share stories, get answers about treatment, display solidarity and celebrate good news, cancer patients and caregivers often feel less isolated by being involved in a support group – whether in person or online.
In an online support group, participants don’t even have to leave home to:
Receive encouragement from othersBe inspired by stories of accomplishmentShare personal experiencesFeel less lonely and isolatedGain a sense of empowerment and control of a situationSolve problems or concerns by sharing with others in a similar situation
Along with online support groups, many turn to social networking sites for a sense of togetherness. On Twitter, patients can engage in weekly chats by using hash tags that relate to their individual situation. Some examples include #bcsm (breast cancer social media), #btsm (brain tumor social media), #ayacsm (adolescent and young adult cancer societal movement), and #lcsm (lung cancer social media). On Facebook, patients can join a variety of private and public support groups based on type of cancer and geographic location.
Other peer-to-peer social networks like ihadcancer.com, American Cancer Society’s Cancer Survivors Network and Cancer Support Community enable members to connect virtually and search a forum based on type of cancer, age, gender, location, and year of diagnosis so they can find others in a similar situation. Cancer Survivors Network also hosts real-time group chats for 90 minutes each week, facilitated by specially trained professionals.
It is important to remember that not all online support groups are the same. Before you sign up for a support group, you’ll want to do a little research to make sure the site is secure and legitimate. Registration allows for extra safeguards when sharing information. Take time to find a group that’s right for you to help you throughout your journey.
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