Archive for July, 2008
  • UN: AIDS epidemic stable; fewer deaths, infections
    Posted July 31st, 2008 at 1:04 pm
    UN: AIDS epidemic stable; fewer deaths, infections By MARIA CHENG LONDON (AP) — Fewer people are dying of AIDS, more patients are on HIV medication and the global AIDS epidemic is stable after peaking in the late 1990s. But the United Nations AIDS agency warned in its yearly report Tuesday that governments will need to continue setting aside millions of dollars for AIDS in the coming decades as patients live longer on AIDS treatment. "We've achieved more in the past five years than in the pre...
  • Must see art exhibit in México City by Gay Mexican artist — Julio Galán — thru Oct 26th.
    Posted July 17th, 2008 at 9:37 pm
    Was not able to take pictures of the exhibit, sorry. But what I do have can be viewed as a slide show by clicking the photo above. I read about “Julio Galán: Pensando en ti” in The News (their paper just went on line so you cannot read the art review by Tess Thatcher – Friday, July 4, 2008). As Ms. Thatcher writes, “Andy Warhol once told the young Julio Galán that Galán would be greater than Christ.” By age 21, the Coahuila, México prodigy had gotten an individual show at the Ga...
  • Mexico City: First International march against Homophobia August 2, 2008
    Posted July 16th, 2008 at 4:17 am
    The first International March against Homophobia to be held in México city this August 2, 2008. The march will begin at 12 Noon the Angel of Independence, located on Paseo del la Reforma in México City’s Gay Business District., and continue to the Zocalo. Organizers expect at least 20 thousand people to participate in this first March against Homophobia. Be watching this site for pictues of the march. Also the XVII International AIDS Conference will begin August 3 – 8, 2008, in México C...
  • Mexico City’s Gay Pride Parade: La XXX Marcha de Orgullo LGBT
    Posted July 2nd, 2008 at 1:33 am
    Gay Pride Parade, Marcha Gay, en Mexico D.F., was held Saturday, June 28, 2008. More than two hundred thousand people marched from the Angel de Independence in La Zona Rosa, in Mexico City’s gay business district, to the Zocalo. The heavy rain held off on Saturday, but it did sprinkle a little bit and the girls went running for cover. The straight people were not ready for all the queens running around in the department stores and restaurants though. The stares they gave our sexy men and wome...
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