LGBTea is a brand of tea that not only delights the taste buds with exotic flavors, like Raging Raspberry and Juicy Tangerine, but also donates a portion of every sale they make to assist charities in advocating for LGBT rights. Not only does LGBTea donate to other charities such as HRC, The Trevor Project and LGBT Foundation, but it is also in the process of forming its own foundation, titled the LGBTea Foundation, which works toward achieving the company’s goal of LGBT rights and equality.
LGBTea is trying to get the word out about their new product through their campaign to launch remarkable teas with intriguing flavors, while also encouraging the celebration of love. While they already donate a substantial amount of money to charities advocating for LGBT rights, starting October 11 and continuing thru to November 28, they will be launching a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. During this promotion, 10% of the campaign funds received will go back to the LGBTea Foundation to continu…
Perfect date night or girl's night out!
In this hilarious new three-character comedy based on the best-selling book of
the same title, audiences are welcomed into a fun-filled world of foolproof
moves and insider advice that could only be culled from that most insightful of
individuals: the gay man.
The play is set at a local university auditorium where the English Department
holds its monthly meet the authors event. Robyn is the shy and studious
moderator of the event and this month's featured author is Dan Anderson
of Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man. The third
character is a hunky stage assistant of Eastern European descent, Stefan.
Thwarting Robyn's attempts to moderate a scholarly discussion of the book, Dan
aims to entertain those in attendance with a highly theatrical,
audience-interactive sex tip seminar. Will the power of Dan's tips prove
too titillating for even Robyn to resist? Will Stefan's muscles be used
for more than moving heavy scener…
Equality California Institute today announced its 2017 class of Equality California-Comcast Fellows, and the commencement of the program’s seventh year.
The Equality California-Comcast Fellowship is a leadership development program in which six exceptional LGBT or ally college students are placed in the offices of California legislators or other government officials. Fellows gain first-hand experience working with legislators, government officials and their staff, and develop key leadership skills. Their presence increases LGBTQ visibility in the Capitol and gives government officials direct interaction with members of the LGBTQ community.
“It is more important now than ever to make sure we have adequately prepared the next generation of LGBTQ leadership,” said Rick Zbur, executive director of Equality California. “Our partnership with the Comcast Foundation helps address the traditional underrepresentation of LGBTQ people in government and helps advance equality by familiarizing pe…