Below are some sites we found invaluable. Whether you are trying to contact a government official or just trying to join a group in your area, the links below should provide be a good start. If you know of a site that is not listed here that you think should be contact us. If anything else we hope you will use the links below to get involved and make your voice heard.
State House of Representatives
Supreme Judicial Court
United States Senate
United States House of Representatives
Supreme Court of the United States
Welcome to Gay Salem! Named after the Hebrew word for peace, Salem, Massachusetts welcomes all people—Gays and lesbians included!
MassEquality.org is a coalition of local and national groups dedicated to ensuring that the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court decision on marriage equality is upheld, and that any anti-gay amendment or legislation is defeated.
The Freedom to Marry Coalition of Massachusetts
Working with other groups in Massachusetts and are part of a growing number of groups and individuals across the nation committed to working for civil marriage rights for gays and lesbians. Individuals and groups are invited to join with us in our important work.
Founded in 1978, Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) is New England’s leading legal rights organization dedicated to ending discrimination based on sexual orientation, HIV status and gender identity and expression. Providing litigation, advocacy, and educational work in all areas of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender civil rights and the rights of people living with HIV, GLAD has a full-time legal staff and a network of cooperating attorneys across New England.
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) is dedicated to promoting and ensuring fair, accurate and inclusive representation of people and events in the media as a means of eliminating homophobia and discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation.
The History Project
Established in 1980 by a group of historians, activists and archivists — is the only group focused exclusively on preserving the history of Boston’s LGBT community, and on making that history accessible to future generations. This research and preservation is of paramount importance for the LGBT community, which is often excluded from history.
If you are looking for gay New England information including gay Boston, gay Providence, Provincetown, Hartford, Manchester, Springfield, New Haven, Northampton, Hull, gay Ogunquit, Portland, Burlington, and/or other surrounding New England area GLBT information, accommodations, bar & club listings, gossip & entertainment news, look no further!
specializes in videotaping weddings and special events and editing them onto
DVD and VHS. Photos alone will not capture all the magic
and moments that will form the memories of your event, but having them videotaped
will help make future trips down memory lane more vivid.
The owner, Brendan McEachern, spent 5 years in Los Angeles working for Fox
and Sony Pictures handling their DVD production process. He then returned
with his family to his hometown area of Danvers in 2003 and started the company. In
2004, he was fortunate enough to film two same-sex weddings that were supposed
to be small affairs but turned out to be extravaganzas. You can also
contact him if you have old videos and photos that you want to put onto DVD.
Hi-Tech Photo Services
Specializes in capturing your special day or special event
on camera, so you will have spectacular photographs to look back on. Available
for events such as weddings, special events, spot news, legal and insurance photography,
model photography and any other event you may require.
Hi-Tech Photo Services gives you 110%, and believes their personal
mission is to deliver a quality product and provide total satisfaction no matter
what type of photography service you desire.
Launched in November 2003, Outvite.com is an online purveyor of fine stationery,
invitations, announcements and holiday cards catering to the GLBT community.
The site was created by a group of gay and lesbian employees from eInvite.com,
a leading online stationery retailer, with the goal of offering quality stationery
products to computer-savvy customers in a comfortable shopping environment
for GLBT consumers. (We used these folks for our reception invitations
and those in turn inspired this very site!)
Gary Halteman - Armstrong Field
Salem, Massachusetts was named one of “America's most liveable communities” in 2005 by MostLiveable.org. We live up to that identity and then some. Experience Salem for stunning Colonial and Federalist architecture, friendly neighborhoods, cobblestone sidewalks, eclectic shopping, fantastic restaurants, hip coffee shops, and a great place to call home. And we're only 24 minutes from Boston by train! For those looking beyond Salem, all of Boston's North Shore is filled with rich history, charming seaports, unique art, and diverse culture.
Salem is the newest spot on the North Shore for a night out with our big gay family. Located at 300 Derby Street in Salem, MA. Roosevelvet's opens its doors at 4PM for the Tea Dance (18 years old plus) and will open again at 9pm for the 21 plus crowd. It offers a spacious Irish pub like bar with full seating to the quiet VIP room where you can take a phone call or relax with friends on our comfortable leather couches on the Velvet balcony. You can dance to the groove in the great room, take in a game of pool, or even talk. Whether it's mild or wild it's all part of the velvet experience. Each Sunday you will be treated to some of the very best cutting edge entertainment that the area has to offer. Roosevelvet club is for men and women, gay and straight who are looking for something out of the ordinary north of Boston. For more information or directions call the bar at 978-745-1133 (or Coco at 781-593-3210) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Official William Fuld website is online library dedicated to William Fuld, his inventions, and the history of the Ouija board.
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