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GLBT/LGBT Resources:

GLBTQ – (www.glbtq.com) the Gay/Lesbian/Transgendered/Questioning “wiki”, authoritative and comprehensive

(lgbtcenters.org) CenterLink, a vast network of GLBT community centers

GLBT National Help Center (glnh.org) – “providing free and confidential telephone and internet peer counseling, information and local resources for gay, lesbian, transgender and questioning callers throughout the United States.”

And the resources are vast. For instance: have you recently been in a serious car accident? We have car accident attorneys who will will provide valuable advice about whether to sue or to just follow through with an insurance claim. If you decide to sue because you believe that the car accident justifies a lawsuit, we will refer you to a car accident lawyer in the state where the accident occurred. If your car accident injuries are minor do not bother hiring a car injury attorney. Most car accident lawyers work on a contingency basis and are knowledgeable about whether a case is worth taking on or not. Find a car accident attorney who is GLBT/LGBT friendly. Of course the help center provides many other local resources as well. This is just one example of what they can provide.

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Silent Auction

I had been looking at online gift baskets to send to a friend last week and was struck with a brilliant (at least I hope it’ brilliant) idea of holding a silent auction using gift baskets that contain donated items by local businesses who are GLBT friendly.The monies would go to providing those free and confidential telephone and internet peer counseling services I mentioned at the top of the page. The first silent auction would be held in my hometown of NYC. The gift baskets would have gay rights products such as stickers, magnets, GLBT buttons, rainbow jewelry, rainbow flags, gay marriage lapel pins, pink triangles, etc. But I also think we will solicit donations from gourmet food stores, confectionery shops, bookstores, fashion and jewelry stores, art stores and any other type of merchant that would want to participate. Of course we will have gift certificates from fabulous restaurants, spas, GLBT friendly bars and clubs. I envision an amazing with music, dance, and some eye opening gift baskets done up in feathers, glittering ribbons and bows offering extraordinary “bargains.” The gift basket silent auction will be loads of fun. But I need lots of volunteers, so please contact me.

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