Follow the link to nomination your fave queer or queer ally:
We are a team of researchers from UCLA interested in better understanding the life experiences of same-sex couples.
In this research you will be asked to complete a set of online questionnaires regarding your relationship and your social interactions.
To participate, you must be:
- At least 18 years of age
- *_Currently in a same-sex romantic relationship_*
- Currently living in California
A donation will be made to one of several charities in return for participation.
To participate or to learn more about the research and the researchers, please go to the following web address: _www.same-sex-couples-study.com_**
UCLA IRB #G06-06-097-01
This week the Bay Area Reporter celebrates Pride 2007. I wrote an overview of the Pride celebration: “Pride on parade!”; I covered Bay Area gay businesses not showing their Pride: “LGBT magazines tossed from local businesses”; I covered San Francisco’s premier women’s health clinic drops “women” from their name: “Lyon-Martin drops 'women' from name”; I discovered not much has changed for queer youth: “Youths find their way in uncertain world”; I covered life for queer crips: “Living the queer crip life”; I reported on the difference history makes: “Living to tell family histories”; I covered bisexual visibility: “Bisexuals show increased visibility”; and I covered mentoring opportunities for queer youth and adults: “Empowering the next generation.”
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