Absolutely Fabulous May Be Coming BACK!!!

(Jennifer Saunders as Edina Monsoon and Joanna Lumley as Patsy in Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie | Photo: Fox Searchlight Pictures) Jennifer Saunders has hinted that she might revive Absolutely Fabulous, while making it ‘age-appropriate.” reports Gay Star News. She made the comments at the Cheltenham Literature Festival. “I am thinking at the moment of writing…

Tokyo bans LGBTQ discrimination

Tokyo passed a law last week that prohibits “the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, citizens, and enterprises” from “unduly discriminat[ing] on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation,” reports  Jurist. The law was passed in light of Tokyo hosting the 2020 Olympic Games. After Russia passed anti-LGBT legislation before hosting the Olympics in 2014, the International Olympic Committee added…

Shirtless Firefighters Calendar To Benefit Animal Charities. PHOTOS.

Bless these firefighters!  The 2019 Australian Firefighters Calendars have just been revealed. A publishing staple since 1993, the calendar features members of the Australia’s Urban, Rural, Aviation, Armed Forces and Corporate fire-fighting services, reports Gay Star News. Proceeds from the calendars go to a range of causes, all benefiting animal charities. SEE THE HOT PHOTOS HERE:…

St. James Infirmary To Move To Its NEW Location At San Franciso Community Health

St. James Infirmary will relocate its offices to San Francisco Community Health Center (SFCHC) by the beginning of November 2018.  This move for St. James Infirmary into the historic 726/730 Polk Street building marks a new era in providing health care services for sex workers and their families in San Francisco. Upon relocation, St. James Infirmary (SJI), a peer-based occupational health and safety clinic for sex workers and their families, will operate all programs and services from its new location at 726/730 Polk Street. “We are excited to be able to offer space to St. James Infirmary. Our missions are closely aligned and we share a deep commitment to some of the most marginalized and vulnerable in our community and to provide primary medical and behavioral health care that is grounded in social justice,” said Lance Toma, SFCHC’s Chief Executive Officer. “Having more services under one roof alongside Project Open Hand and Shanti Project will be vital to the health and well-being of everyone we collectively serve.” For more information please visit https://stjamesinfirmary.org.