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Friday, July 4, 2008

The L Word, South of Nowhere, Work Out and Loving Annabelle - together on set

Hi dear girls LesPlanet we bring you news on the release of season 5 L Word on DVD and extra carry.

Season 5 of our favorite series L Word include this time in addition to all chapters and extras that normally came as the other seasons bringing a period of three minutes for PSA Point Foundation, an organization that provides scholarships for students who LGBT have experienced in real life a tragedy or financial difficulties because they are gay or lesbian.

Last week, the star of several films and television programs lesbian met for a good cause: to participate in a public service announcement for the Point Foundation. The stars for the announcement of PSA, were Clementine Ford (Molly) and Rose Rollins (Tasha) of "The L Word"; Katherine Brooks - writer / director of the film "LOVING ANABELLE" and the star Erin Kelly; Gabrielle Christian and Maeve Quinlan in the series "SOUTH OF NOWHERE" Jackie Warner and Rebecca Cardon "WORK OUT" and Thea Gill of "QUEER AS FOLK"

Produced and directed by Dara Nai AfterEllen. The shooting was fun and all who participated were sweet and fun, there was good energy all around.

We can say that this announcement has been shot by all these stars for free, have donated their time because they want help in changing attitudes in society regarding the LGBT community.

Other players in this announcement are three academic PSA that either were expelled from their homes or were rejected by their parents after their departure as gay. The three were sleeping in reality, sofas and lived with friends, went ahead without the basic support of a family that gave them love and understanding ... only because they had admitted being gay.

The Point Foundation is an incredible organization where all are granted scholarships to LGBT students of merit and need. In addition to receiving full scholarships, they also provide a mentor in their field. In return, students are required to be voluntary, nonprofit organizations LGBT their cities.

Students Point Foundation are currently in colleges across the United States including Havard, NYU, Julliard, Tufts, Vanderbilt, Princeton, Emory, Smith, USC, Georgetown, Brown, Columbia, Yale, Johns Hopkins, and America.

The Point Foundation not only provides full scholarships and mentors, but also provide support and many refer to the organization as his second family (or in most cases, their only family).

If you want to know more about this foundation can go to http://www.thepointfoundation.org/

Here you leave an amusing video recordings and behind the scenes of the foundation's announcement.

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