Gainsburg, Jeanne
December 2008
Empty Closet;Dec2008/Jan2009, Issue 419, p1C
The author suggests some activities for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people on achieving their New Year's resolution in the U.S. in January 2009. She recommends exercising for a half an hour a day and avoiding beating oneself up if one has to skip a day of workout. She advises that one should participate in the fight for LGBT equality. Also stated is the LGBT Educator Training to be presented by Scott Fearing, Gay Alliance Program director, to be held this month.


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