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Dear Friends, On June 30th, GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project will wrap up our fiscal year and we hope to connect with many of you before the year end. This past year, we have seen a steady increase in the number of survivors seeking services. To date, with the financial support from individuals like yourself, we [...]
February 28, 2013 – Earlier today, the US House of Representatives passed a GLBT-inclusive reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which provides critical funds for programs that serve survivors of domestic and sexual violence. The legislation already passed the Senate and now heads to President Obama, who has pledged to sign the bill [...]
We are excited to formally announce our name change from the Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project to the GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project. In 1994, we were initially founded to provide support and services for gay male victims and survivors of domestic violence; however, by 2000, our agency expanded its focus to include bisexual men [...]
MICHAEL NAUGHTON/METRO BOSTON Published: September 22, 2011 7:43 p.m. The domestic violence homicides in the gay community that have occurred in the state over the last few months are alarming advocates who said that more focus must be put on the issue that affects not just one type of relationship. “Domestic violence doesn’t discriminate,” said [...]
3rd Gay Male Domestic Violence Homicide in 5 Months is 7th in LGBTQ community since 2010 Boston/Winthrop, MA – The recent homicide of Casey Taylor has rocked the LGBTQ community. Winthrop resident, John Lacoy, stands accused of killing Casey Taylor in his bedroom and then hiding the body beneath his porch for weeks. Read full [...]
Male Victims go Unnoticed LGBT domestic violence awareness: wwlp.com
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GMDVP Responds to Gay Domestic Violence Homicide in Provincetown The organization is saddened to hear of the death of David Walton, a victim of a domestic violence homicide in a camping ground in Provincetown on April 3rd. This is the second confirmed domestic violence homicide in the past month involving a gay male couple. There [...]
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