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Booths Registration has Gone Green

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We are now accepting registrations for booths at the 2013 Kentuckiana Pride Festival. Prices have remained the same, but the form has not: Registration has gone green! You can now submit your registration and payment online. If you have any questions, you can contact us using the phone number or link at the bottom every page. We hope you enjoy this streamlined registration process and can't wait to see you in June!

Register your booth today.

Manual Students Awarded for Courage

Students at duPont Manual High School running an independent publication, The Red Pen, were recognized by Student Press Law Center for journalistic courage. In response to an administrative that prohibited publication of articles on controversial topics, including homosexuality, the students started an off-campus publication on their own. An adviser in Tennessee was also recognized for courage after being reassigned following his defense of a student's publishing an article on his coming out.

U.S. Examines Ban on Gay Blood Donors

A few days ago, CNN reported on a request by 64 U.S. legislators that may ultimately lead to lifting a blanket ban on blood donations by gay men. This news comes as the nation's blood supply suffers more than a 10% drop following recent weather in the East and Midwest parts of the United States, and while China, of all places, lifts a similar ban on donations from lesbians. Parts of UK have already revisited the topic of blood donations from gay men in 2011.