Galvin White

A blog about being an everyday fabulous professional and an awesome auntie.

Call your boyfriends September 28, 2010

Filed under: lgbtq — galvinwhite @ 5:42 AM
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Sometimes I worry about my GBTQ brothers in the community. I wonder if they know free discrete HIV/AIDS testing is available? The Center for Disease Control (CDC) reports that 20% of Gay Men Are HIV Positive, but Nearly Half Don’t Know It. Read more: http://bit.ly/99LBZY

Ladies, call your Gay Boyfriends and encourage them to get tested. The Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS  http://www.swhiv.org has Arizona testing information for Pinal and Maricopa counties.

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auntbian and lesaunt July 1, 2010

Filed under: auntie,lawfully wedded — galvinwhite @ 2:04 AM
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According to COLAGE (Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere), at least 10 million people have one or more lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender parent.

I wonder how many children have LGBTQ aunts and uncles out there?

Here is our niece featured with her favorite engaged auntbian and lesaunt. Do you know who the LGBTQ persons are in your life? Does your family know you identify as LGBTQ?

Follow our little queer LGBTQ wedding right here.

 

Do you love your gays? April 24, 2010

Filed under: lawfully wedded — galvinwhite @ 7:30 PM
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I came across this site when my sister signed up as a fan of their facebook page , “Love My Gays”. I was excited to learn that they also sell clothing for humans and their canine kids. I am going to get a shirt for our dog… how gay is that?

http://lovemygays.com/WearMyGays.aspx

 

Legally Linked April 22, 2010

Filed under: lawfully wedded — galvinwhite @ 10:05 AM
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Our wedding venue and reception site, The Wine Cellar at Moo Restaurant in Boston MA.

Stay tuned, there will be more legally wedded updates to come…

 

Celebrate Your Pride April 17, 2010

Filed under: lawfully wedded — galvinwhite @ 4:51 PM
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Phoenix Arizona LGBTQ Pride parade and festival this Saturday and Sunday April 17 and 18 at Steel Indian School Park, 3rd ave and Indian School road in Phoenix. Come out and show your pride and support!