Pictures, Pictures, Pictues!
Well, it’s sad but true. Sacramento Pride 2014 is over. The streets downtown are open, the tents have been taken down and the food trucks have moved on. While the Pride committee and volunteers are still working on crunching the numbers, it’s pretty plain to see that this Pride was Sacramento’s finest - ever. And this issue of Outword contains our recap (in pictures), which is always a favorite for our readers. You can find just some of the pictures we took on page 18 and 19. For anyone that is wondering, no, Clark is not our cover model, he did not make the festival. Maybe next year.
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The French Film Festival presents “Chinese Puzzle”
by Chris Narloch
Last weekend, the Sacramento French Film Festival rocked the Crest Theatre with the gay erotic drama “Stranger by the Lake.”
This weekend, gay women will be represented at the Festival in a sup-plot that figures in to the critically acclaimed romantic comedy, “Chinese Puzzle.”
Federal Judge Rules Indiana Marriage Ban Unconstitutional
New York, June 25, 2014 –
Today U.S. District Judge Richard Young ruled that Indiana’s state constitutional amendment denying same-sex couples the freedom to marry violates the U.S. Constitution.
Judge Young is the latest of more than 20 federal and state judges to rule in favor of the freedom to marry in recent months.
Federal Appeals Court Declares Utah Marriage Ban Unconstitutional
DENVER, June 25, 2014 –
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit declared that Utah’s ban on marriage for same-sex couples is unconstitutional.
This marks the first time that an appellate-level court has ruled on state marriage bans following the dismantling of a key section of the federal “Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA),” and sets the stage for the Supreme Court to consider state-level laws.
“The Case Against 8” debuts on HBO tonight
If you have access to HBO or know somebody who does, you’ll want to check out that progressive cable television network’s latest gay-friendly program.
Winner of the Directing Award for U.S. Documentaries at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, the acclaimed documentary “The Case Against 8” looks into the case to overturn California’s “Proposition 8” ban on same-sex marriage.
- Don’t miss ‘The Immigrant’ at the Varsity in Davis
- Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs Is Open For Business (and Pleasure)
- Remarks By President Obama at DNC LGBT Gala
- Ivory Tower exposes high cost of college at the Crest
- New Guidelines Recommend Daily HIV Prevention Pill for Those at Substantial Risk
- It's Pride Season!
- Tony Kushner Returns to Berkeley Rep
- See Words And Pictures At The Tower
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