Diversity Rules Magazine

September 2020

Diversity Rules Magazine - _lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning_

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PRIDE ALONG THE MOHAWK: Educational and advo- cacy group in Utica, New York. www.pridealongthemo- hawk.com. RAINBOW PRIDE UNION. http://sa.binghamton.edu or rpu@sa.binghamton.edu SAGE/UPSTATE. For LGBT seniors in Central NY. Health resources, social programs & education on issues impact- ing LGBT seniors. Syracuse: 1-315-478-1923; www.sage- upstate.org STAP, INC. Primary provider of HIV/AIDS services in region. Binghamton: 1-800-333-0892 Ithaca: 1-607-272- 4098 Oneonta: 1-607-432-6654; www.stapinc.org COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES: CITY COLLEGE of NEW YORK: Straight & Gay Alliance. Email: SAGA@CCNY.CUNY.edu CORNELL LGBT Resource Ctr. Phone: 1-607-254-4987; Email: www.lgbtrc.cornell.edu CORTLAND LGBT RESOURCE CTR. Creating a visible empowered community focusing on LGBTQ youth, fami- lies, & adults and supporters. Contact the coordinator at Phone: 607-756-8970; Email: www.cortlandlgbt.org HARTWICK BI-GALA+. www.users.hartwick.edu/bigala ITHACA COLLEGE LGBT RESOURCE CTR. Phone: 1-607-274-7394; Email: www.ithaca.edu/sacl/lgbt NAZARETH COLLEGE. lambda@mail.naz.edu SUCO GENDER SEXUALITY RESOURCE CTR. Hunt Union Bldg. SUNY Oneonta 1-607-436-2190 SYRACUSE U. LBGT RESOURCE CTR. www.lgbt.syr.edu Phone: 1-315-443-3983 UNIVERSITY of ALBANY. LGBTQ support group. Email: HWright@uamail.albany.edu UNIVERSITY of ROCHESTER. Pride Alliance.Phone:1- 585-276-3259 ext.4; Email:pridealliance@rochester.edu QUEER AFFIRMING SPIRITUAL ORGANIZATIONS UNITARIAN UNIVERSILAST SOCIETY OF ONEON- TA: 12 Ford Avenue. Phone: 432.3491. E-mail: uuso@ uuso.org. TRANSGENDER HEALTH SERVICES PROVIDERS Carolyn Wolf-Gould, MD: Comprehensive primary care, transgender hormone therapy. "Dr. Wolf-Gould's practice is closed, but she is accepting new transgender patients. New patients should submit request for TG care to her of- fice in writing in order to obtain appointment. Carolyn Wolf-Gould, MD, Susquehanna Family Practice, Oneonta, NY 13820. 607- 431-5757. INCARCERATED LGBT SERVICES NEW YORK STATE PRISONER ASSISTANCE CENTER: Provides support services to incarcerated LGBT individu- als. 393 1st Street, Troy, NY 12180, 518-238-3439, www. nyspac.com Diversity Rules Magazine|Sept 2020 | 23 A Different Kind of Pride The current pandemic wreaking havoc on the world has wrought many changes in our behaviour and how we interact with our fel- low humans. Unfortunately, large gatherings of people are a "no, no," which includes our abundant pride celebrations that begin in the month of June, and continue throughout the remainder of the year. While traditional pride celebrations involving large gatherings of celebrants are being can- celled, many are being replaced with virtual celebrations of our queer heritage. You should check with your local pride organizers about what they are planning to do in lieu of physcial pride events. Here are just a few events that are planned which pride celebrants can tap into virtually, if they wish: Pride 2020 Dragfest: 100 drag performers will be featured during a three-day digital festival (June 19-21) to raise money for drag artists. Beyond The Shelter: A June 4 Pride kick-off party hosted by New Alternatives, an organi- zation that aids LGBTQ+ homeless youth in transitioning out of the shelter system. NYC Pride: New York City, home of the coun- try's largest Pride celebration, will still cel- ebrate Pride the last Sunday in Juneā€”but this year, it'll be on-air. A virtual event will be held on June 28, and broadcast on WABC Chan- nel 7, abc7ny.com, and on the ABC News Live streaming channel. Global Pride: Pride organizations around the world will come together on June 27th for Global Pride 2020, a 24-hour live-streamed event. Lineup to be announced in early June.

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