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Domingo Garcia, chairman of the Hispanic
political group, said the endorsement stands
because "everybody deserves a second chance."
He noted Malin was never convicted of prostitu-
"We believe in redemption," Garcia said. "He
said he has turned his life around, and that's quite
Malin has admitted to addiction problems he
said he has recovered from. A religious conver-
sion led to his decision to quit working in the sex
industry, Malin said.
Photos obtained by Dallas Voice from an
archived website showed that Malin was work-
ing as an escort as late as
Bailey said he does not
condemn Malin for having
worked as a male escort, but
said the candidate should
have been "up front with us."
"When someone is run-
ning for public office^ they
need to know they are going to come under a
microscope of scrutiny," said Bailey, who added
that he thought Tejano Democrats were making a
mistake. "To not be up front with us about that, I
think was poor judgment on his part."
In other action Tuesday, Stonewall Democrats
endorsed Eddie Bernice Johnson, the incumbent
congresswoman in y.S. House District 30, and
Will Pryor for U.S. House District 32.
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excellent job implementing the Stick Out
Campaign, which is why I did everything possi-
ble to ensure they were able to expand this pro-
gram in 2006," Shields said.
Boarman said the local projects coordinators
began measuring the number of cars on the road
with stickers and charted the growth.
"The number of cars boasting an HRC sticker
grew by more than 200 percent during our 2005
season," Boarman said. "With a much greater
inventory of stickers this year, we will be able to
expand this successful program beyond the Oak
Lawn area into many other parts of the metro-
Expansion into other Texas cities is planned
for the special advertising section "Be Who You
Are." Boarman said. Growth in advertising sup-
port last year convinced coordinators in other
cities to consider a similar project in Houston and
Austin, he said.
"By reaching outside the bubble of our com-
munity through interesting, positive and inform-
ative stories about real LGBT people in the main-
stream press, we are creating a more accepting
environment which helps our community take its
next step in the coming out process," Boarman
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Plans are underway to expand the coming out
workshops conducted at the Cathedral of Hope
to Collin, Denton and Tarrant counties, Boarman
With the help of Valiente, a gay Latino group,
coordinators have already expanded the work-
shops to include one conducted in Spanish, he
"Our team is made up of intelligent, idealistic
people," Boarman said. "Sometimes, our goals
seem a bit of a reach, but so far we've been able
to achieve them."
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Stonewall president, had told him there were
"allegations" that Malin had been an escort.
"I told him then that I would not talk about
allegations. I told him to come to me with proof
and then we would talk," Malin said. "I did not
But Moon and two other Stonewall officials
contradicted Malin's claim.
Moon said that following candidate screenings
in January, the endorsements committee had rec-
ommended that the organization endorse Malin.
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