It’s Not Too Late To Visit Oregon Shakespeare Festival

By Chris Narloch

You have just three weekends remaining before Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) brings its current season to a close on Oct. 27, 2019.

It’s not too late to make the short, five-hour drive up Highway 5 to Ashland to see some terrific theater.

 

 

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Boas and Bow Ties!634

There are few things as fun as looking at great pictures of you and your friends, Nate Feldman has provided just that, some really wonderful shots from this year's Rainbow Chamber of Commerce's Boas and Bow Ties Gala fundraiser. Check out the two full pages of pictures starting on page 24! (And thanks to our cover models, Richard and Kenny!)

Read more: The October 10 Issue of Outword is Out Now!

 

National Latinx HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Is October 15

National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD) is an annual campaign that addresses the impact of HIV and AIDS in Latinx communities in the United States, including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

This day, established in 2003, is coordinated by the Latino Commission on AIDS and encourages Hispanic/Latinx communities in the U.S. to get involved by promoting and organizing HIV and AIDS prevention awareness activities.

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Outword’s Arts and Entertainment Issue 2019 Is Out Now!633

We have arts and entertainment stuff in every issue, we know, but with this special, annual issue, we take the Vulcan Collar of Death off our Arts Editor and let him go wild! But seriously, Chris Narloch has a lot of fun pulling this issue together and we all enjoy taking a sneak peek at the upcoming LGBT Film Festival, BENT. Be sure to check out page 22 for Chris’ writeup of the upcoming event that will be happening October 11 thru the 13.

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Senator Wiener’s Legislation Would Ensure Incarcerated Transgender People Are Housed According to their Gender Identity

by Victor Ruiz-Cornejo

Sacramento, Sept 13, 2019 –

Today, Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) issued the following statement regarding SB 132, his legislation requiring that incarcerated transgender individuals in the custody of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) be classified and housed based on their sense of health, safety, and gender identity.

Senator Wiener and the coalition supporting the bill have decided to make SB 132 a two-year bill in order to continue to work on the bill’s policy:

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