Friday, May 22, 2015
A weekly look at what's making news in the free gay mags:
Get Out caught Josh Grimm, personal trainer and founder of Fit Nut, outside by the Piers after training a client in the beautiful prelude to summer weather #GrimmJob / Read HERE.
Next has 17 hot swimsuits for summer 2015 HERE.
Metro Weekly (D.C.): Courtney Snowden and Sheila Alexander-Reid said goodbye to the private sector and hello to serving the public good / Read HERE.
Grab (Chicago): Who's ready for the 2015 Grabbys? Online edition HERE.
Echo (Phoenix): The Phoenix Mercury combines veteran skills and young talent as it looks toward a season of change / Read HERE.
When people play the "If you could have dinner with anyone, dead or alive, who would you pick?" game, my answer is always this guy. Harvey Milk would have turned 85 today.
Cleve Jones looks back, and still sees lessons for today:
"Harvey also believed that the LGBT community was part of something larger — the global movement for peace and social justice. He believed in coalitions with labor unions, feminists, antiwar activists, and other progressives. Here in San Francisco, he fought for renters, senior citizens, people of color, and low-wage workers. He wasn’t a single-issue candidate, and as a city supervisor he championed the causes of our most vulnerable residents."
Robotic Butt Offers Prostate Exam Training for Medical Students: How ‘Patrick’ Teaches Empathy, Proper Technique
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