Tuesday, December 29, 2009

"Nine" The Movie Falls Short of 10...

Audio interview with gay political humorist
Kate Clinton talks about how 2009 played
for addressing
LGBT issues

“Nine’’ is Rob Marshall’s first musical since “Chicago’’ which
won the Best Picture Oscar in 2003. “Nine” is based on the
1982 Tony-winning show starring Raul Julia, which was based on
Marcello Mastroianni's portrayal of Federico Fellini in “8 1/2.’’
With a stellar cast of Daniel Day-Lewis, Judi Dench, Marion
Cotillard, Sophia Loren, Nicole Kidman, Kate Hudson, Penélope
Cruz & Fergie, you would think that this production would enjoy
the same high accolades. Though this film is an enjoyable 1960’s
Italian retro-ride it does fall short of the media hype. Definitely
check it OUT. The cast is fabulous & the movie is entertaining...:)
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End of year sale 15% off on all purchases over $20.....:)
Select from Fabulous & Unique T-Shirts, Tote Bags,
Coffee Mugs & More...:) @ OUTTAKE™ EQUALITY STORE...:)
Deadline is Sunday, Jan 3rd @ Midnight...:)
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Friday, December 25, 2009

Happy Holidays from OUTTAKE MEDIA...:)

For All Our LGBT Community & Their Families....
Have A Fabulous Holiday Weekend!!
In this audio byte we asked openly gay Lisa Krinsky, LICSW from
LGBT Aging Project what advice she has for our audience to
us through this time of year...:)

Listen to Lisa Krinksky's full interview @OUTTAKE VOICES™
Audio interview w/ Gay Ally David Zimmerman,
Publisher of Boston Spirit magazine, the premier
LGBT mag in the region, discusses how gay
effects his hetero marriage

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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Gay Marriage Passes in Washington D. C.

Audio interview with Lisa Krinsky, Director of
LGBT Aging Project in Boston talks about gay
being the law in Massachusetts & how
this effects the rights
& benefits for the state’s
LGBT seniors....:)
Washington, D.C. city council voted Tuesday to pass legislation
that extends marriage equality to gay couples in the District.
The bill will now be sent to District Mayor Adrian Fenty,
followed by the U.S. Congress. By law, Congress has 30 days to
review & overturn laws created by the District's city council.
“Gay & lesbian people in our nation’s capitol are today one step
closer to the important legal protections that marriage affords &
that all loving & committed couples deserve,” said Jarrett Barrios,
President of GLAAD, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.
“Today’s vote affirms the commitment of so many gay & lesbian
couples in the District & reflects the growing support for protecting
people equally under the law.” Barrios added. Updates to Come...:)
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Saturday, December 12, 2009


This has been a whirlwind week for openly
gay singer Adam Lambert. He has stuck to his
convictions of “I am who I am. Deal with it…”
We wish him & all our LGBT Jewish Community
a Fabulous & Happy Chanukah...:)
Bruce Vilanch, comedy writer: “I grew up gay & Jewish. I had a
grounding in guilt rich with lore.” ...:)
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Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Trevor Project Honors Neil Patrick Harris

Exclusive audio interview with openly gay author
Gregory Gerard about his memoir “In Jupiter's
Shadow” which chronicles a Catholic boy's struggle
with his sexual orientation

Neil Patrick Harris was awarded the Trevor Project 2009 Life
Award @ the Wiltern Theatre in Hollywood, Sunday. Accepting
the award Harris said, “Being the real, authentic me has turned out
quite swell. Since I came out in 2006, I have since enjoyed the

happiest and most successful years of my life.” Recounting stories
he heard from volunteers working the phones @ the West Hollywood
Trevor Project Call Center, Harris said, “What I do feels small
compared to these volunteers.” AT&T Inc. received the Trevor Hope
Award. The Trevor Project, is the non-profit organization that
operates the only nationwide, around-the-clock
crisis & suicide
prevention helpline for lesbian, gay, bisexual,
transgender &
questioning (LGBTQ) youth. The Cracked Xmas Event
is its largest
annual fundraiser.
For Info: thetrevorproject.org
Charles Robbins, CEO, The Trevor Project
with some members of the GLEE cast
Among the night’s favorites were GLEE’s Chris Colfer, Cory Monteith,
Kevin McHale & Jenna Ushkowitz, who all introduced a clip reel
featuring Colfer’s gay character, Kurt....:)
Listen to this exclusive audio interview with Charles Robbins, CEO
of the Trevor Project talks about the org & the Cracked XMAS Event.
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Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Martha Coakley Wins Dem Primary...:)

1/20/10 UPDATE: Wake Up America, The Dems Need a Plan
Landslide for Martha Coakley, on to Election in January :)
OUTTAKE MEDIA™ & the Massachusetts Gay & Lesbian
Political Caucus endorses Attorney General Martha Coakley
for the US Senate seat previously held by Ted Kennedy....
Martha Coakley has an exceptional track record of support
for the LGBT community. In National Leadership on Marriage
Equality, Coakley filed an unprecedented legal challenge to the
federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). On fighting for LGBT
seniors, Coakley worked to pass legislation expanding health
care protections for LGBT seniors in Massachusetts (MassHealth
Equality). Her track record on Transgender Rights is OUTstanding.
Coakley was an early supporter & the first statewide office holder
to support the Transgender Rights bill pending in the Massachusetts
legislature. When it comes to prosecutions of Hate Crimes,
Coakley sought & obtained numerous civil rights injunctions to
protect LGBT victims of hate crimes.

Audio Interview Length: 14:00
Exclusive Audio chat w/ Arline Isaacson, Co Chair of the MGLPC
about the ramifications of the lawsuit Massachusetts Attorney
General Martha Coakley has filed
against the U.S. Government

For More Info about MGLPC.org
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Friday, December 4, 2009

P-Town Holly Folly Festival '09 ... :)

Holly Folly, The LGBT Holiday Festival has
begun with plenty of shopping & things to do...
There are Fabulous Events all Weekend!!
Just click here for more details... :)
It's a Perfect Day Trip or Stay @ a Cozy Inn....
For Accommodations Info: Provincetown Live
Have a Fabulous Weekend!!
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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Meredith Baxter Comes OUT on Today...:)

Update: New York State voted down gay marriage by a vote of
38 to 24....
New Exclusive Audio Interview with Cathy Marino-Thomas, President
of the Board, Marriage Equality, New York. With the constant buzz
New York may address Gay Marriage by the end of the year we
thought we’d get her spin on the situation
TV mom ( Family Ties) Meredith Baxter looking stunning for
breakfast television, revealed to Matt Lauer this morning on
NBC’s "Today" that she's a lesbian. She felt it was important for
LGBT civil rights to reveal her sexuality, so when people vote on
our issues, perhaps they'll think of her & have a change of heart &
mind. Baxter who has been married 3 times & mother of 5 children
states “She is very happy.” FYI, Meredith Baxter's aunt was actress
Anne Baxter, who starred in "All About Eve." Read More....:)

Cleve Jones on World AIDS Day (AUDIO)

Gay Activist Cleve Jones, has been an AIDS Activist for over 30 years.
working with Harvey Milk, Cleve conceived the idea of the AIDS
Memorial Quilt. In this exclusive audio byte he talks about how
AIDS effected our LGBT community.

A day dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic
caused by the spread of HIV infection. AIDS has killed more
than 25 million people, with an estimated 38.6 million people
living with HIV, making it one of the most destructive epidemics
in recorded history. I have lost many friends & family to AIDS.
It is important to take a moment & remember them & think about
what a better world this would be if they were still around…..
Get Tested & Always Practice Safe-Sex…For more info…