I dedicate this weekly post, featuring vintage gay photographs, to the men and women who lived in a more critical time where being true to yourself and loving who you want wasn’t always an option and came at a great price. Do you have a photo you would like to share? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Last year approximately 1,200 of you attended Boston Spirit Magazine’s annual LGBT Executive Networking Night at the Boston Marriott Copley in the Back Bay. The event now draws more than fifty businesses and provides people with an excellent opportunity to socialize and network. For more information about this year’s event visit bostonspiritmagazine.com.
LGBT Executive Networking Night
Wednesday, May 9th || 6-9 PM
Boston Marriott Copley Place – Back Bay
Tarcisio Generoso is a cinematographer and photographer who does a lot of fashion work in his home city of Sao Paulo Brazil. As you might expect he has some beautiful as well as wacky photos that will get your attention – like this color block photo he posted on his Instagram account.
Follow him on Instagram here, instagram.com/tarcisiogeneroso.
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Sometimes meeting people in Boston can be difficult so each Tuesday I feature a different gay / gay-friendly group or team to share with you ways to connect with people. BTW – by connect I don’t mean that you need wifi, I mean actually interacting with them in person. This week I wanted to feature the Boston chapter of Gays for Patsy who meet regularly.
The group happens to also have their Spring Stomp! Hoedown in Ptown later this month (April 27-29). It doesn’t matter your skill / level to participate but you do have to register and you have to be open to having fun.
I want to feature the LGBTQ groups and organizations that help people connect and enrich Boston’s gay life. If you’d like to have your club / team featured, please email me at email@example.com or via FB messenger.
Tickets remain for this highly social fundraiser which has changed venues this year and will take place on Sunday, April 22nd from 3-6PM at The City Winery located near the Haymarket / North Station T stations.
If you love dining out, the Dinnerfest silent auction will definitely be something you’ll want to check out. Every year their silent auction features some of Boston’s most acclaimed restaurants, bistros, pubs and breweries. This year’s honorary co-chairs are Attorney General Maura Healey and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh.
Come join Sergio and me on Sunday, April 22nd. Tickets remain available and all the money goes to help support the important work that the Boston Living Center and Victory Programs do for our community.