Check out the organizations and read more about the people featured in Episode 104 of NoMoreDownLow.TV:
Guest Co-Host: Kendall Hogan
As one of the hosts of ESPN’s longest running fitness program, BODYSHAPING, Kendell helped bring surf, sand and step aerobics to millions of homes daily, and also was instrumental in creating the look of fitness shows as we see them today. When not taping, Kendell is the regional group fitness director for CRUNCH Fitness in Los Angeles. Some of the best nationally known classes have come from this program, including Cardio Strip Tease and Cycle Karaoke. Kendell continues to travel throughout the country as a presenter and master class instructor, and has starred in several top-selling exercise videos and hosted a successful infomercial product.
Zambezi Bazaar – from the LA Sentinel – located at 4334 Degnan Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90008.
Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell segment:
The Sanctuary Project advocates for “Your Right to Serve Our Country and the Freedom to Serve in Your True Essence.” Our goal is to amend the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). Under military law, “being lesbian, gay, or bisexual (LGB) is grounds for discharge under current regulations, if disclosed. The Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” policy is a “compromise”: Orientation is a private matter. Character is not built on orientation.
Cpl. Evelyn Thomas’s Page
QVC Dale Madison segment:
Sissy Sammy in the Land of WEHO 90069 is the tale of Sammy, a feminine acting boy from Compton who ends up in West Hollywood after a knock on the head trying to find his way back home. Madison takes on the West Hollywood scene as homage to the Wizard of Oz.
Dale Guy Madison‘s Damn Good Man
Dale Guy Madison is an educator, writer, actor, filmmaker and former host for the QVC network.
Watch Dale on QVC here:
Faith Trimel’s “Family” segment:
After suffering with the dire consequences of being in the closet, a group of lesbian friends forge a pact to deal with the dire consequences of coming out.
Watch the trailer here:
Would You Date an Openly Bisexual Man? segment:
As America’s umbrella organization and voice for bisexual, pansexual, fluid, queer-identified and all other of us “somewhere in between”people as well as their lesbian, gay, transgender, “straight but not narrow” and questioning friends and allies, BiNet USA facilitates the development of a cohesive network of independent bisexual and bi-friendly communities; promotes bisexual, pansexual and bi-inclusive visibility; and collects and distribute educational information regarding sexual orientation and gender identity with an emphasis on the bisexual and pansexual and allied communities.
Bisexual Resource Center
The Bisexual Resource Center produced the Bisexual Resource Guide, an international listing of bisexual groups, for many years.
The AIDS Coordinator’s Office develops and manages contracts with community-based organizations to provide AIDS education and prevention services, with special outreach to the populations hardest hit by the epidemic. Activities include HIV counseling and testing referrals, distribution of HIV/AIDS educational materials, support groups, peer-led risk reduction sessions and syringe exchange.