Pride 2013: Queer rights, straight allies, asexuality, and living with HIV

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      As part of our ongoing Pride 2013 coverage, we profile several straight allies of the queer community who took a stand for equality and human rights—and who found their own inner strength in the process. Plus, asexuality and surviving with HIV.

      Q Hall of Fame 2013 inductees include Vancouver's Barb Snelgrove

      Pride Legacy Awards 2013 reception honours winners

      Baljinder Narang found her voice by advocating for queer equality

      Burnaby education trustee Gary Wong empathizes with queer discrimination targets

      AIDS Vancouver volunteer May McQueen helps battle stigma

      Former Vancouver high-school student leaders Jennifer Yoon and Leah Bae create acceptance

      HIV survivor Bradford McIntyre keeps up fight

      Asexual people find comfort in community

      Outdoor pianos for the Vancouver summer: Rachel Iwaasa with Bach’s Goldberg Variations

      AIDS Vancouver recognizes “heroes" at inaugural Red Ribbon Awards

      Senator Mobina Jaffer not confident about approval of transgender protection bill

      Vancouver's Queer Arts Festival's visual art exhibit explores transgression

      Vancouver City Hall makes official Pride Week 2013 proclamation

      Vancouver unveils Canada's first permanent rainbow crosswalks

      Vancouver mayor expresses alarm about Russia's antigay laws and Sochi Winter Olympics