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We meet every Wednesday night from 7:00 to 9:00 PM in the Art Serve auditorium, 1350 E Sunrise Blvd, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33304.

The first hour is dedicated to a specific pre-determined topic. Check out our list of past topics on this website. Around 8 o’clock, we take a 15 minute break for refreshments; cake, soda and water. The second half, we’ll discuss items of interest that affect our community such as Medical Updates, News Events, or up coming social events.

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The topic this Wednesday October 5, 2022 is Neuropathy sponsored by Innate Healthcare who will also provide refreshments.

People struggle with Neuropathy. Tired of all the pills and surgeries that only MASK the symptoms, we are here to help.

Dr Cory Hennessey and Dr Grant Sikes (Both D.C.’s) want to extend an invitation to join us at the POZitive Attitudes Support Group on October 5, 2022 at 7:00 PM in the ArtServe auditorium at 1350 E. Sunrise Blvd where they will be sharing how to overcome these conditions naturally.

This information has changed countless lives and we look forward to sharing it.

The topic this Wednesday October 5, 2022 is Neuropathy sponsored by Innate Healthcare who will also provide refreshments.

People struggle with Neuropathy. Tired of all the pills and surgeries that only MASK the symptoms, we are here to help.

Dr Cory Hennessey and Dr Grant Sikes (Both D.C.’s) want to extend an invitation to join us at the POZitive Attitudes Support Group on October 5, 2022 at 7:00 PM in the ArtServe auditorium at 1350 E. Sunrise Blvd where they will be sharing how to overcome these conditions naturally.

This information has changed countless lives and we look forward to sharing it.

I would like to invite you and encourage you to invite others to WAM’s upcoming event; “Two Broadway Tenors: A Benefit Concert for The World AIDS Museum” on Friday, October 7, 2022 at The ArtServe Auditorium. The event starts at 8 PM and also has a VIP ticket holder cocktail reception prior to the start of the concert at 6:30 PM.

VIP tickets ($100) and General Admission ($50) Tickets can be purchased HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/two-broadway-tenors-a-world-aids-museum-benefit-concert-tickets-422143150527?aff=efbneb

NOTE: There are only 100 tickets available for purchase.  Please purchase your ticket ASAP and encourage others to do the same.  

Dale will be bringing his TONY Awards, so if you have never held one, now is your chance if you purchase a VIP ticket! 

The ArtServe building is closing Wednesday 09-29-2022 due to inclement weather. So group is cancelled. See you next Wednesday 10-05-22

This week POZitive Attitudes and WAM will be showing the movie JEFFREY in its entirety. Discussion will be after the movie.

The story takes place in 1995 Manhattan during the height of the AIDS epidemic and revolves around the title character, Jeffrey (Steven Weber), a gay man who has sworn off sex because of the epidemic. It is not so much that Jeffrey is afraid of dying himself, but that he is afraid that he will fall in love with someone who is bound to die; thus, his celibacy is not only about sex, but also about relationships in general.

Popcorn and Refreshments Served

JEFFERY

Jeffrey is a 1995 American gay romantic comedy film directed by Christopher Ashley.

It is based on a play depicting the life and times of Richard Jeffrey by Paul Rudnick, who also wrote the screenplay. The film stars Steven Weber, Michael T. Weiss, Patrick Stewart, and Bryan Batt

“Bros” is the FIRST gay romantic comedy released by a major studio, ever. Two men with commitment problems attempt a RELATIONSHIP. Sound familiar? This comedy will keep you laughing out loud. CLICK TRAILER BELOW.

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🍿 FRIDAY MOVIE IS BACK!

New Gay Major Motion Picture Comedy

“BROS”

🍅 Rotten Tomatoes 94% Approval

Friday, September 30, 2022

8 PM – Meet in Lobby at 7:30

Cypress Creek Theatre

6415 N Andrews Ave,

Fort Lauderdale 33309

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CLICK HERE FOR PREVIEW 

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REVIEW

Bros is a boldly gay comedy that defines love on its own terms…

An opening diatribe allows for a hilarious montage that pitches him into an array of outrageous situations, like a failed audition for Queer Eye, where his furrowed brow clashes with the giddy zeal of the perky makeover squad.

Bobby openly challenges the concept that gay guys have to be happy or sweet or helpful to earn their existence, cursing not only the cliches of the sexless gay BFF but also the sugary sentimentality of Schitt’s Creek. He even has ire for LGBTQ+ youth, who don’t seem to grapple with the fear and self-loathing of Eichner’s generation. Bobby quips sharply, “We had AIDS; they had Glee.”

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The topic this Wednesday September 21, 2022 is ‘Change your thoughts and change your world.’

The nature of our thoughts determines the quality of our life-whether it is sad, happy and contented. Happy, optimistic, positive thoughts, emotions and feelings generate a zing in our system which makes the blood flow freely and heart beat joyously. They create a spring in our feet and spur us to action.  Let us remember the age-old saying that the mind- thoughts- can move the mountains. Pessimistic, sad and gloomy thoughts, on the other hand, create inertia and force us to stay bed-bound.

The topic this Wednesday September 21, 2022 is ‘Change your thoughts and change your world.’

The nature of our thoughts determines the quality of our life-whether it is sad, happy and contented. Happy, optimistic, positive thoughts, emotions and feelings generate a zing in our system which makes the blood flow freely and heart beat joyously. They create a spring in our feet and spur us to action.  Let us remember the age-old saying that the mind- thoughts- can move the mountains. Pessimistic, sad and gloomy thoughts, on the other hand, create inertia and force us to stay bed-bound.

 

POZITIVE ATTITUDES &
WORLD AIDS MUSEUM  

Present

WHAT IS ACUPUNCTURE?

ACUPUNCTURE is a topic we have never covered previously. Our speaker, Dr. David Webb, has extensive experience with HIV and Acupuncture treatment and much more!

 

SPEAKER DR. DAVID WEBB, D.O.M.

Wednesday, September 14,  at 7 PM

ArtServe Auditorium

1350 E. Sunrise Blvd, Ft. Lauderdale 33304

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Since moving to south Florida in 2003, he helped create the Wellness center at Poverello, an AIDS charity in Wilton Manors, and offered free treatments to its clients for 6 years. Currently, Dr. Webb has a private practice in Wilton Manors.

Dr. Webb also brings to his practice professional HIV certification from the nationally recognized Quan Yin Healing Arts Center in San Francisco, California.  He ran his own free clinic for 6 years in Denver Colorado for individuals diagnosed with HIV infection and AIDS. 

Introduction To Acupuncture

  • The differences between Oriental Medicine and conventional Western Medicine

  • The role acupuncture plays in Oriental Medicine

  • How acupuncture is used to treat illness

  • What is a visit to a Doctor of Oriental Medicine like?

  • What conditions can acupuncture treat?


MORE ABOUT DR. DAVID WEBB:
 

Dr. Webb began his medical career in 1988 in emergency medicine as a paramedic, and later worked for Children’s Hospital in Denver Colorado before pursuing a career in Oriental Medicine. In private practice since 1996, he received his training in Oriental Medicine from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver, Colorado, where he later served as one of the staff instructors for the college.

 

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POZITIVE ATTITUDES &
WORLD AIDS MUSEUM  

Present

WHAT IS ACUPUNCTURE?

ACUPUNCTURE is a topic we have never covered previously. Our speaker, Dr. David Webb, has extensive experience with HIV and Acupuncture treatment and much more!

SPEAKER DR. DAVID WEBB, D.O.M.

Wednesday, September 14,  at 7 PM

ArtServe Auditorium

1350 E. Sunrise Blvd, Ft. Lauderdale 33304

CA31DDD4-E5C4-457C-BD80-264D438EEB2D

Since moving to south Florida in 2003, he helped create the Wellness center at Poverello, an AIDS charity in Wilton Manors, and offered free treatments to its clients for 6 years. Currently, Dr. Webb has a private practice in Wilton Manors.

Dr. Webb also brings to his practice professional HIV certification from the nationally recognized Quan Yin Healing Arts Center in San Francisco, California.  He ran his own free clinic for 6 years in Denver Colorado for individuals diagnosed with HIV infection and AIDS. 

Introduction To Acupuncture

  • The differences between Oriental Medicine and conventional Western Medicine

  • The role acupuncture plays in Oriental Medicine

  • How acupuncture is used to treat illness

  • What is a visit to a Doctor of Oriental Medicine like?

  • What conditions can acupuncture treat?


MORE ABOUT DR. DAVID WEBB:
 

Dr. Webb began his medical career in 1988 in emergency medicine as a paramedic, and later worked for Children’s Hospital in Denver Colorado before pursuing a career in Oriental Medicine. In private practice since 1996, he received his training in Oriental Medicine from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver, Colorado, where he later served as one of the staff instructors for the college.

He has also been a presenter at conferences and public health forums, and has been a regular featured radio talk show guest, where he discussed various health and wellness issues, and was also featured on his local Fox31 news channel in Denver, highlighting his successes in the treatment of allergies.