Barber, 82, offers haircuts for hugs in Connecticut park

Each Wednesday, barber Anthony Cymerys sets up his chair in the shade of an oak tree in Hartford’s Bushnell Park. For longtime clients, the homeless or those just down on their luck, the fee is always the same: a hug for a haircut.

The 82-year-old Cymerys, who is known as Joe the Barber, began offering his services 25 years ago after retiring from a career in business. He had cut hair for his family but decided to put his clippers to work for the less fortunate after being inspired by a church sermon about the homeless.

He wanted the homeless not to look homeless.

His clients line up on park benches, some of them also turning out for free meals provided on Wednesdays by a local church. One by one they take a seat in a folding lawn chair above a car battery Cymerys uses to power his clippers.

As he finished a trim on one customer recently, a loud squeal came from the battery. He gathered the mobile shop, connected the clippers to his car and picked up where he left off.

"It really is love. I love these guys," Cymerys said. He paused and turned to his client in the chair, "You know I love you, right?"

"That’s what it’s all about," Cymerys said.

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Photos and final product for Mq. & Mrs.’s amazing lgbtq coloring book for kids.

Model : Alicia Michele

We just learned a few new things! Thanks!

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Hispanic Heritage Month First Book Tweet Chat



When: September 22, 2014 at 2:30p EST

What: An hour-long conversation for partners and friends of First Book to share the activities they’ve planned to honor and celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.

Join the conversation by using the hashtag #CelebrateHHM!

Who: Hosted by First Book

Hispanic Heritage Month spans from September 15th to October 15th. How do you celebrate the Latin@ community?

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Batman TV show ‘Gotham’ to feature lesbian detective

We all know the significance and benefits of being able to see yourself reflected in the world around you. With the increasing prevalence of LGBT characters in the media, things are progressing for the better! Here’s to hoping for a truly dynamic character that is reflective of a good portion of the female population.

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Get ready for a plethora of posts celebrating and highlighting the bisexual community on September 23rd! As a sorority for feminine women of ALL orientations we celebrate the diversity of our communities. Feel free to send us or tag us in any Bi Visibility Day posts you see around! =)



[Image: Abstract Bisexual Pride Flag with the following superimposed with in white in a modern font — 23rd September 2014 Bi Visibility Day Louder, Prouder and Even More Visible!]

Bi PrideDay/Bi Visibility Day officially happens every September 23rd (since 1999!) but as it gets more and more popular you will find Events For and About the Bisexual/(Non-Monosexual) + Queer-identified Community take place throughout the entire month of September

Look here to find events worldwide for Bi Visibility Day 2014:

Have your pink, purple and blue flags, bunting, web icons and more at the ready!

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It’s never too late to change your destination.

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Soror GlamourZ of our Huntsville, AL colony

Does she even need an explanation!? <3