Issue 25.05: A WAVE of Success

By : Jake Stevens
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A WAVE of Success
It’s time to celebrate your favorite picks for Tampa Bay and Central Florida’s best! GayDayS Inc. moving hosts hotels, possible date change for 2018, 5th Annual Manatee Pride to coincide with St. Patrick’s Day, Syreeta Banks leads Dreamgirls to The Venice Theater, local news, celebrity interviews, photos, events and much, much more!

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Tampa Pride Guide 2018

By : Jake Stevens
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Tampa Pride is back for a fourth year and prepared to be bigger and better than ever!

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Watermark is hiring: Creative Assistant

By : Jake Stevens
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Watermark is seeking a full-time creative assistant. The creative assistant will work with our advertising sales department to create print and online ads, design digital sales flyers, generate graphics for articles on our web site, WatermarkOnline.com. This is an on-site position at our Orlando office. This is the perfect entry-level position for motivated multi-faceted designers seeking real-world design experience who thrive in a challenging, fast paced environment.

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Issue 25.05: Give Me My Roses

By : Jake Stevens
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In celebration of Black History Month, Watermark pays tribute to five generations of black entertainers in Orlando, HRC hosts 5th annual Time to THRIVE conference4 on LGBTQ youth in Orlando, St. Petersburg Diocese forbids transgender parishioner from attending anniversary mass, local news, celebrity interviews, photos, events and much, much more!

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Issue 25.04: Living Single

By : Jake Stevens
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Living Single: Watermark selects 10 of the most eligible bachelor and bachelorettes in the Central Florida and Tampa Bay areas, Hope and Help Center expands clinic services, hosts Orlando AIDS Walk at Lake Eola, Tampa Pride announces 2018 grand marshals, grand couple and award recipients, local news, celebrity interviews, photos, events and much, much more!

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Spring Arts Guide 2018

By : Jake Stevens
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The spring time is no better time to feed your need for the arts! Say hello to our comprehensive (and unfathomably radiant!) annual Spring Arts Guide.

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issue 25.02: Over the Rainbow

By : Jake Stevens
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Lacking resources for an aging LGBTQ community, Central Florida attorney elected chair of HRC board of directors, out medical director opens Diversity Health Center of Tampa Bay, local news, celebrity interviews, photos, events and much, much more!

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Issue 25.01: Darkest Before Dawn

By : Jake Stevens
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One year of Donald Trump’s presidency for the LGBTQ community, Representative Carlos Guillermo Smith launches re-election campaign, Grand Central District Association and St. Pete Pride discuss street festival location, local news, celebrity interviews, photos, events and much, much more!

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Fate of HIV/AIDS council unclear after Trump terminations

By : Chris Johnson OF THE WASHINGTON BLADE, COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL LGBT MEDIA ASSOCIATION
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Weeks after the Trump administration fired all remaining members of the President’s Advisory Council for HIV/AIDS, the administration seems to be taking steps to refill those slots, but the ultimate fate of the body remains unclear.

In response to a question from the Washington Blade, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was non-committal when asked whether President Trump wants PACHA restaffed.

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Issue 24.26: Year in Review

By : Jake Stevens
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2016 was the worst year ever, and 2017 was the year we found our footing, ABC’s Great Christmas Light Fight visits an Orlando couple’s home, local news, celebrity interviews, photos, events and much, much more!

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Canada apologizes to victims of anti-LGBT government laws, policies

By : MICHAEL K. LAVERS of the Washington Blade, courtesy of the National LGBT Media Association
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday apologized to those who suffered persecution and discrimination under the country’s anti-LGBT laws and policies.

Trudeau — who spoke in the Canadian House of Commons — formally apologized to Canadians who were convicted of “gross indecency” before the country decriminalized consensual same-sex sexual relations in 1969. He also announced the introduction of a bill that would expunge the criminal records of those who were prosecuted under the law.

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Issue 24.23: We Are Family

By : Jake Stevens
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Why having a family is easier than ever for Central Florida and Tampa Bay LGBTQ couples, MBA Orlando holds its Pride Gala, Mayor Kriseman wins re-election in St. Pete, local news, celebrity interviews, photos, events and much, much more!

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