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GLAAD's What To Watch on TV on Halloween

(Editor's note: This post was originally published by SDGLN content partner GLAAD.)

ADOPT ME! Take Alberta home!

Alberta is a brown Tabby cat. She is 2 months old and has been spayed.

Why I'd make a great companion

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Palm Springs Pride is this weekend!

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. -- Before the holiday season gets into full swing, the LGBT community has one last chance to celebrate at Palm Springs Pride taking place this weekend.

Participants will have the opportunity to participate in several different events over the three day celebration, including the annual Pride Festival, Parade, and multiple block parties. Palm Springs Pride has witnessed a tremendous amount of growth and change over the last few years and is certainly worth checking out.

Historically Black College and University LGBT Student Leadership Summit set

WASHINGTON –The Human Rights Campaign Foundation will hold its Historically Black College and University (HBCU) LGBT Leadership and Career Summit from Nov. 2 to Nov. 4.

The summit, sponsored by PepsiCo, is designed to foster an effective group of LGBT HBCU student leaders committed to developing their personal leadership and career skills, and to develop student leaders to advocate for LGBT equality and social justice.

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THEATER REVIEW: “The Elaborate Entrance Of Chad Deity”

You know you’ve made it as a playwright when you can get women engaged in a story about wrestling.

Kristoffer Diaz does just that in the quirky, odd and extremely funny play with the too-long title “The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity,” playing through Nov. 16 at ion theatre’s BLKBOX in Hillcrest.

Diaz also fascinates the men in the audience in this satirical/parodic exposé of the “sport” everybody loves to hate because it’s so … well, phony is the word that comes to mind.

Did Hawaii Senate advance marriage bill today?

SDGLN media partner GLBTN has the breaking news out of Hawaii.

Did the Hawaii Senate pass SB1, the bill that would approve same-gender marriage in the Aloha State?

Will the Hawaii House take a vote?

Find out here in "This Just In: A live blog featuring LGBT news," which is updated constantly as the news warrants.

Hilarious: The Daily Show tries to find the last state to hold out on same-gender marriage

The Daily Show wanted to figure out which state would be the last one to hold out on legalizing same-gender marriage in a hilarious skit on the show.

The show's Al Madrigal paid a visit to Mississippi and Alabama - two states that are thought to be the slowest toward legalization - and tested the waters.

Watch the video on GLBTNN HERE.

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Fashionably Out: Fall fashion trends for male fashionistas

With pumpkin-spiced lattes marketing outside every coffeehouse, there is a rush of excitement in knowing that Fall is clearly breezing among us. Regardless of whether your city still embraces you in a crop top or you are starting to dust off your light jackets for use, there is no denying that the dog days are over.

Readers know that nothing excites me more than adorning myself in more than one layer of clothing - something this season fiercely enables moi to do!

Guys, Games & Grub returns to The Center next week

SAN DIEGO -- The Center's popular monthly social event for men, Guys, Games & Grub, returns on Wednesday, Nov. 6.

Kick off the holiday season at this month's event, which will feature a new host, Benny Cartwright.

This free event features pizza, hot wings, snacks, beer and beverages for all attendees while enjoying fun games, conversation, and friends. Over 200 men typically show up each month.

Guys, Games, & Grub is one of a variety of activities offered through the Men @ The Center. From social events to discussion groups, The Center has programs and services for men of all ages.

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SAN DIEGO -- Danny Arguetty loves creating healthy spaces for people to come together - especially for the gay male community. Noticing the limited amount of activities for gay men that do not involve alcohol, drugs or sexual pretext, Arguetty is launching a yoga class for gay, bi and queer men starting Sunday at The Yoga Factory in Hillcrest.

Born in Tel Aviv, Israel, the 35-year-old Arguetty is a Nutrition, Health and LIFE (Living in Free Expression) Counselor who has been involved in the health and wellness field for the last decade.