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Special Delivery receives donation from Bears San Diego

Special Delivery San Diego, the home-delivered meal service and food pantry serving members of the HIV/AIDS community and others with life-threatening illnesses or experiencing food insecurity, has received an $8,000 donation from Bears San Diego.

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Are sodomy laws still on the book in your state?

A decade after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that sodomy laws across America were unconstitutional, a dozen states still haven't wiped the laws off the books.

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Big changes slated for AIDS Walk San Diego's 25th annivesary

The San Diego LGBT Community Center will host a special slate of activities to commemorate the 25th annual AIDS Walk, including a number of changes to the annual fundraiser. This silver anniversary weekend will take place Sept. 27-28.

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Trauma of AIDS epidemic impacts aging survivors

Research shows that older people with HIV/AIDS are dealing with elevated levels of depression, loneliness and suicidal tendencies, in addition to various co-morbidities or non-AIDS-defining illnesses, such as cardiovascular disease, and kidney or liver failure.

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What North Carolina's refusal to recognize gay marriages really means

ACLU's clients are three lesbian couples in long term, loving and committed relationships -- include a decorated war veteran and others who honorably serve and contribute to their communities in numerous ways. Yet, North Carolina law treats them as second class citizens, denying them respect of their marriages.

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