To Fall In Love in Edinburgh: SD Artists Bound for Scotland’s Famous Fringe Festival

The dramatic play, “To Fall In Love,” (winner of the Outstanding Writing and Outstanding Drama awards at San Diego’s own Fringe Festival in 2017), has nabbed at spot at Edinburgh’s fest this year, and the team is working to fundraise their way across the pond.  READ MORE…

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He Said, She Said, They Said: Why Gender Pronouns Matter

We love Pride Month: rainbows, inclusion, parades, and all.  And being all up in our feel-goods about it last week, we were a little shook to see the Catholic Church officially reject the notion of gender fluidity. The institution claims that a culture-wide “disorientation” is trying to cancel out the “natural difference between man and woman.” However, the church’s “guide” to the “most debated questions around human sexuality” ignores one crucial fact: gender is a social concept, not a biological or religious one.

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MONSTERS:: Art & Multimedia Exhibit

May was Mental Health Awareness Month. This year at YBH, we wanted to acknowledge this by participating in a community event that tackled the subject of mental health in a creative and meaningful way.  We were proud to join forces with Ramel Wallace and Daniel Koestner of The Holyfield to present Monsters, a multi-media exhibition exploring the manifestation of monsters in our lives and the transformations that are possible when we “turn our monsters into masterpieces.” READ MORE…

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SAAM WEEK AT YBH: FILM SCREENING of THE MASK YOU LIVE IN

DOCUMENTARY FILM TO SCREEN ON TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2019

SPONSORED BY: YOU BELONG HERE, THE ROC SHOP, AND RAYGUN CREATIVE

The Mask You Live In follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity. Written, produced and directed by Jennifer Siebel Newsom, the film premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 2015. READ MORE…

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