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The Georgia Voice - 3/16/12 Vol.3, Issue 1

The Georgia Voice - 3/16/12 Vol.3, Issue 1

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Published by The GA Voice
The first issue of Volume 3 is our 2012 Spring Preview! Included are upcoming arts and entertainment events, a look at the season's best concerts and a preview of several gay sporting leagues that kick off their Spring seasons in the coming weeks.
The first issue of Volume 3 is our 2012 Spring Preview! Included are upcoming arts and entertainment events, a look at the season's best concerts and a preview of several gay sporting leagues that kick off their Spring seasons in the coming weeks.

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Published by: The GA Voice on Mar 15, 2012
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“I love a gender play;I love not being sure. Ilove walking down thestreets of New Yorkand when people passme by dressed in anandrogynous style…That’s what I’m aimingto do. Bring a style that does lookandrogynous, but really does fit awoman’s body.”
— Out lesbian fashion designer
Kara Laricks
, who willcompete on NBC’s new reality show “Fashion Star,” whichdebuted March 13. (March 9, afterellen.com)
“I have an important message, allthe bling and Mercedes aside: I’m anopenly gay Persian man. Accordingto the president of the country I wasborn in, I don’t even exist.”
— Reza Farahan, a star on Bravo’s new reality series “Shasof Sunset.” Farahan says he was inspired to do the showby the It Get’s Better Project. (AP, March 10)
“It is my deepest hope that theLikeMe Lighthouse will standtall, illuminating hope in everydirection for all who have a need,whether it’s one of the manygreat, local LGBT advocacy groups… the not-quite-out 19-year-old …or the parents of the 14-year-oldwho sat his folks down the nightbefore and nervously said, “Mom,Dad... I think I might be gay… “
— Out country singer
Chely Wright
, who on March10 cut the the ribbon outside the LikeMe Lighthouse,an LGBT community center in Kansas City, MO. Thecenter is a part of Wright’s LIKEME organization, “anon-profit dedicated to providing education, assis-tance and resources to LGBT teens and their familyand friends.” (Huffington Post, March 10)
“If you erased all the gay peoplefrom the history of the world, theculture would be really lacking,do you know that, Kirk? It’s so notpious. It’s very un-Christlike Kirk.Really. If you want to follow the Je-sus model man, don’t go shamingpeople like that for who they are.”
— Rosie O’Donnell responds to Kirk Cameron’s stanceon gay marriage, which he called “unnatural,”“detrimental and ultimately distractive,” in a March2 interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan. (OWN YouTubechannel, March 9)
Stories posted to www.theGAVoice.com sinceour launch on March 5, 2010Article reads on www.theGAVoice.comPhotos posted to www.theGAVoice.comin
separate galleriesNumber of YouTube hits from ourtop 10 videos combined. We’ve posted
videos in total.Web graphics for top stories on www.theGAVoice.com
“I have a man crush on Adam ... I want to kisshim. I want to kiss him so bad. I don’t care if it’smutual or not ... He’s sexy, is the word I’m using.”
— Country singer
Blake Shelton
, on his “Voice” co-star,
Adam Levine
(inset). Shelton has drawn ire in the past for changing the lyrics to aShania Twain song, tweeting, “Any man that tries Touching my behindHe’s gonna be a beaten, bleeding’, heaving kind of guy.” Shelton apolo-gized, saying “when it comes to gay/lesbian rights or just feelings… Ilove everybody.” (MTV.com, March 7)
Gay beating victim speaks outagainst anti-LGBT violence.
Page 4
Soulforce Equality Ride burnsthrough Georgia.
Page 6
YouthPride sues landlord over$40,000 in back rent.
Page 8
New guidelines seek better HIVcare retention.
Page 10
Gay-friendly resolution voteddown by Ga. House.
Page 13
Pasha Nicole sentenced to14 years on sex charges.
Page 15
GA Voice enters third yearof publishing.
Page 17
Editorial: Survival is a beautiful word.
Page 18
Spring Film: ATL Film Fest’s ‘Pink Peach’has many themes.
Page 20
Spring Music: Gay artists gotyou covered.
Page 22
Spring Theater: Stage menusfull of LGBT goodies.
Page 24
Spring Books: Local authorevents continue.
Page 26
Spring Events: Plenty of LGBThappenings in bloom.
Page 28
Spring Sports: Leagues ready tokick off season play.
Page 30
That’s What She Said:Chill pill anyone?
Page 37
Domestically Disturbed:That thing you do.
Page 39Pages 32-34

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