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Towleroad Looking for Outgoing Peeps to Help Us Out at L.A. Pride and NYC Pride

Towleroad is hiring some energetic and enthusiastic folks to help us out with our presence at L.A. Pride on June 7 and 8 and NYC Pride on June 29.

LapridePrideFest responsibilities will include manning our mobile photo booth, walking around PrideFest engaging with people, taking and sending commemorative photos and collecting emails. We're looking for social, outgoing people who are up for long days.

NycprideParade responsibilities will include carrying a Towleroad banner in the parade or operating a mobile phone booth along the parade route, dipping into the crowds, taking photos, collecting emails and then catching up with the Towleroad banner.

Please email paul@towleroad.com as soon as possible and put L.A. Pride or NYC Pride in the subject line.


Are You Going to Provincetown This Summer? RSVP with Us!

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Are you planning a trip to Provincetown on Cape Cod this summer? Or thinking about it?

Towleroad is going to be there and we don't want you to miss a thing!

"RSVPtown" with us AT THIS LINK and we'll keep you in-the-know with insider tips, a guide to events, and special deals all season. More to come soon!

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Towleroad is Expanding its Sales Team

AsktellTowleroad's parent company AskTell Media, which also represents many other wonderful sites, is looking for a DIGITAL SALES MANAGER.

We're looking for a special sales executive who is innovative and creative in their approach; who develops deep client relationships to deliver custom solutions; who networks, collaborates, uncovers new revenue opportunities, and can operate strategically with decision makers, media directors, buyers/planners; and who closes.

More details HERE.


Welcome David Mixner

Some of you may have read the news over at longtime gay activist and author David Mixner's blog that he is shutting it down to work on other projects.

MixnerWhile we are sad to see his rich, opinionated, energized site come to an end we are thrilled that one of the pursuits born as a result will be a regular series of columns at Towleroad, in which David will write about LGBT issues, foreign policy, politics, and other of his varied interests such as wildlife and the climate.

David's tenacious and admirable work as an activist, fundraiser, strategist, consultant, and advisor to LGBT community organizations and public figures and his engaging writing style will inform and energize the conversation at Towleroad and I couldn't be more excited to have him joining us. As a personal friend, I thank him, and I hope you'll welcome him too.


Seattle's Highest Skyscraper Blocks Gay Sites Like Joe. My. God, It Gets Better, and Towleroad

Columbia Center Gay Filter Error Message 

Columbia_center_from_smith_towerIf you can read this article, then it is safe to assume that you're not currently sitting inside Seattle's 76-story Columbia Center. If you did, you would receive the error message pictured above (courtesy of The Stranger). Such would be the case if you were to also try to access other gay-themed sites such as Joe. My. God. and the It Gets Better Project. 

Slog first broke the story after receiving a tip from a reader. This reader was apparently visiting the Columbia Center when they tried to use the building's free wi-fi to check a few gay-themed sites and blogs. He was, instead, met with the error message above. 

"This is a known 'Sexual Orientation' web site which is blocked as specified by your web content filtering policy."

It is not yet known exactly why the "web content filtering policy" chose to include LGBT-oriented sites. Slog has made multiple attempts to contact CAC Group, the commercial real estate company responsible for managing the Columbia Center, and submit requests for comment. So far, CAC has not given any sort of answer. 


Towleroad to be Honored by the Stonewall Community Foundation: Please Join Us

UPDATE: Since so many of you have expressed interest in attending but the ticket price didn't fit your budget, Stonewall is offering a special discount to Towleroad readers if you buy your ticket through THIS LINK.

LAST Chance! This event is tomorrow night and we would love to see you there.

Vision-logo-300x258I'm thrilled to share the news that Towleroad is going to be honored by the Stonewall Community Foundation next Wednesday, June 19, at its annual Vision event for our efforts to report on, galvanize, and mobilize the LGBTQ and allied communities.

Michael Goff (in a rare East Coast appearance) and I will be there accepting the honor and would love to see as many friends, readers, and supporters as possible!

Stonewall Community Foundation is a fantastic organization, offering investment and guidance to help strengthen LGBTQ organizations throughout NYC's five boroughs.

VisionPlus, the party will be a blast. It's not a stuffy sit-down dinner but a cocktail event with food, live jazz, and entertainment!

Tickets start at $250. We realize the price doesn't fit all budgets but if there's room in your giving budget or you can expense it, we would LOVE to see you.

More info on the event is HERE. And tickets are available HERE.

For over 20 years Stonewall has helped to create a solid foundation of LGBTQ leadership in New York by providing grants and training to new and emerging organizations that serve our community. Thanks in great part to funds raised around the Vision event, the Foundation has proudly distributed more than $16 million to over 500 organizations since 1990.


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