Friday, October 28, 2016

Hillary Clinton Announces Major Anti-Bullying Policy

Hillary Clinton announced a major new plan to help children, families and educators confront the challenge of bullying and heal divisions in communities around the country. The initiative, Better Than Bullying, would provide $500 million in new funding to states that develop comprehensive anti-bullying plans, empowering communities to improve school climates and support our kids. Clinton believes that no child should face bullying or harassment, and she believes we all have a responsibility to our kids to find solutions to these challenges, to prioritize them and to implement them.
Hillary Clinton addressed the new plan during a rally today in North Carolina, saying:
“We all know that bullying is a real problem in our classrooms our playgrounds and online – and teachers have reported that this election has made it worse.  I want you to know, we’re going to launch a major new effort to help states and communities and schools and families end bullying wherever it takes place...  I can’t think of anything more important than making sure every single one of our children knows that they are loved just as they are. So ultimately, my friends, as Michelle reminds us, this election is about our kids – and in my case, my grandkids. Their lives and their futures, nothing is more important to me than that. I’ve been fighting for kids throughout my career. I will fight for them every single day of my Presidency.”
More About Better Than Bullying:
The federal government will provide flexible grants to states to tailor anti-bullying plans to their local communities, in keeping with the following national priorities:
  • Developing comprehensive anti-bullying laws and policies that explicitly prohibit bullying on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, and religion.
  • Making the Internet a safer space for kids by addressing cyberbullying.
  • Supporting educators working to improve school climate.
  • Providing support for students impacted by bullying and abuse.
  • Expanding behavioral health programming — teaching young people to control their impulses, recognize the feelings of others, and manage stress and anxiety.
Read the Better Than Bullying Fact Sheet here.
Hillary for America also released a new television ad, “Bryce,” that tells the story of a young man with muscular dystrophy who has overcome bullying. Throughout the campaign, Clinton has talked about the need for more love and kindness in our culture, and she’s recognized that bullying is an urgent crisis that contributes to poor academic performance, increased incidence of depression, and in some extreme cases, suicide.
Hillary for America hosted a press call this morning to discuss the new policy and the dangerous effect of bullying that leaders are seeing through the country. Following the call, supportive statements rolled in from leaders in the education policy and civil rights communities:
Ann McQuade, a New Hampshire educator who teaches english to refugee and immigrant students from more than 30 countries: “We’re seeing a terrible trickle-down effect from the Trump effect into our public schools. And since Donald Trump officially became the republican nominee for president, many of my refugee and immigrant students have come to me to ask questions that revolve around, ‘What if?’ These honest conversations have been sobering and sad… These beautiful, hopeful kids, they come to this country to find a better life and we say to them: ‘Welcome to America,’ and then they watch television and are exposed to angry social media that sends a different message.”
Tony Coelho, former Congressman and architect of the Americans with Disabilities Act: “One of the things we are most concerned about in the disability community is getting rid of the stigma that has existed for years and years. We were making tremendous progress when it comes to that. My really strong belief is that Donald Trump has brought hate back… When you have a candidate who is a nominee for president of one of our legitimate parties who is openly mocking, openly stigmatizing those of us with disabilities, that is a huge setback. We, in our community, really appreciate what Hillary is trying to do to take it the other way and get back to the progress that we were making… She has been with us all these years, and now she is coming in on a major issue and defending us again.”
Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers: “This election cycle—with candidates like Donald Trump using the currency of hate, fear and marginalization—has made combating bullying a more urgent issue. Trump is a bully’s bully, and the consequences of his actions will last far beyond Nov. 8. Hillary Clinton gets this, and her ‘Better than Bullying’ plan demonstrates her understanding of the need for comprehensive and long-term solutions. ‘Better than Bullying’ will give states the incentive to develop comprehensive anti-bullying plans, and it will provide parents, educators, school staff and communities with the resources and skills they need to prevent bullying and to support those who experience bullying… We appreciate that Hillary Clinton understands the importance of tackling bullying, and we look forward to partnering with the next president of the United States on an even more comprehensive approach to addressing bullying and other school climate issues.”
Lily Eskelsen GarcĂ­a, president of the National Education Association: “Like our educators, Hillary Clinton understands that kindness, collaboration and cooperation are important in school and in life. The rise in vitriolic speech in classrooms and the anxiety created by Donald Trump illustrate that students need this support now more than ever. Educators are proud to have a partner in policies that help our children and look forward to working with Secretary Clinton to implement these proposals as president.”
Chad Griffin, president of the Human Rights Campaign: “As Donald Trump’s rhetoric continues to foment violence and encourage division among Americans of all ages, Hillary Clinton is bringing real solutions to fight the bullying and abuse that so many LGBTQ youth face on a daily basis. We know from our own research and work in schools that growing up LGBTQ in America today is not easy. Hillary Clinton's comprehensive anti-bullying plan is a crucial and welcome step toward improving the lives of our youngest, most vulnerable Americans.”
Deb Delisle, executive director and CEO of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development: “Secretary Clinton’s proposal to take on bullying in schools couldn’t have come at a better time. Educators have long known that in order for kids to succeed, we must focus on the whole child, which starts with a safe and supportive learning environment. Our kids are counting on adults and especially our elected officials to make this a priority and to lead by example. Bullying has no place at school, in the workplace, or in politics.”
Pamela Cantor, M.D., president and CEO of Turnaround for Children: “Children will struggle to learn if they feel fear in their classrooms, lunch rooms and hallways. Bullying is a source of trauma and trauma sets off a stress response that impacts the learning centers of the developing brain, interfering with attention, working memory and organization. All children need to attend schools where they feel physically and emotionally safe in order to engage in learning. It is critically important to have national leadership on this issue so that many more children can succeed in school.”
Alice Johnson Cain, executive vice president of policy and partnerships for Teach Plus: "Children watch and learn from the adults in their lives every day. When the bar for what is acceptable behavior in political discourse is lowered -- as Donald Trump has lowered it throughout the campaign -- there is a ripple effect that has reached into our schools and classrooms. I applaud Secretary Clinton for, once again, stepping up to help kids. These smart and concrete steps, taken in partnership with educators, will make a tremendous difference in addressing this growing problem."
Joan Lombardi, PhD, international expert on child development and social policy:"Stopping bullying before it starts is not only the right thing to do, but a smart thing to do to promote important  social skills among children."
Kelsey Louie, CEO of the Gay Men’s Health Crisis: “The hateful rhetoric about the LGBT community heard on the campaign trail has been both horrifying and inexcusable. There can be no question that LGBT kids face a much higher risk of bullying, harassment and other forms of violence. And it is not just the LGBT community that has been targeted. Silence in the face of hatred, racism and homophobia is dangerous since it only foments bullying, harassment and violence. We at GMHC support this and all efforts to end the silence and combat bullying in order to advance our nation's promise of equality for all."
Michael Yudin, former Assistant Secretary of Special Education: “We must do everything we can to make sure all of our children have the opportunity to grow up free of fear, violence, and bullying. Bullying of children in our schools or on the internet cannot be tolerated, and Secretary Clinton’s comprehensive anti-bullying plan will empower States and local communities to make sure all of our children have the opportunity to learn and thrive.”
National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools: “We're glad @HillaryClinton’s anti-bullying plan aligns w/our guidelines for positive learning environments for all!
Erica L Smegielski, Gun Violence Prevention Advocate: “.@HillaryClinton takes cyberbullying seriously! Having lived with these attacks for years, I thank you for standing up to this serious issue”
Morgan Polikoff, associate professor of K-12 policy, USC Rossier School of Education: “I think there are some really excellent ideas in Hillary's new anti-bullying plan.”

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Happy Birthday Hillary Clinton!


Hillary Clinton Returns to Florida to Encourage Early Voting

Hillary Clinton spent her birthday campaigning in Florida. Her first event was on the campus of Palm Beach State College in Lake Worth. During her speech, Clinton spoke about a number of plans including her proposals to grow the economy, create jobs, and make college more affordable. She also went after Republican Donald Trump and his rhetoric during the campaign cycle and for saying he will not accept the results of the election unless he wins. Clinton called this statement "horrifying" and called it an attack on American democracy. She then spoke about the importance of the election not only for the presidential race, but the down ballot races as well. She encouraged voters to send candidate Patrick Murphy to the U.S. Senate and kick out Senator Marco Rubio. Clinton then asked everyone to vote on November 8th or to take advantage of early voting adding, "Ten million people have already voted, and two million of them right here in Florida. That means Florida has already cast 20 percent of the votes that are in the ballot box. Don't let anyone tell you they don't have time to vote." Watch a video of Clinton's speech below.
Clinton then traveled to Tampa where she urged voters not to become complacent given current polling numbers. "With 13 days left in this election, we cannot stop for a minute. No complacency. Nobody flagging. We've got to get everybody out to vote," she told supporters. Clinton spoke about a number of her platform points including her plans to raise the minimum wage, ensure equal pay for women, and guarantee paid time off for families. Clinton criticized Trump for his campaign rhetoric saying that she thinks that America's diversity is one of it's strongest assets. She said, "I am proud to have support from Republicans and independents here across Florida and across America who agree with me that we should reject hate and division. We have seen Donald Trump insult nearly every person in America, and I just find that so intolerable because — look at this diverse crowd, look at Tampa. It's a cosmopolitan city." She concluded by urging everyone to vote. A video from the event is below.
For all the latest, follow our Scheduled Events page and follow Clinton on TwitterFacebookYouTube, and Instagram. Also, be sure to subscribe to the campaign’s official Podcast, With Her.
News Source: Sun SentinelWTSPTampa Bay Times

Upcoming Hillary Clinton Ads


Throughout the week, Hillary for America has continued to release new campaign ads and videos. The first video they released is entitled “Barbershop” and includes African American voters making the case for electing Hillary Clinton. The next video features the story of Mae Brown Wiggins and how she was a victim of discrimination in an apartment building owned by Donald Trump. The final ad features retired General John Allen. In the video, he makes the case for electing Clinton over Trump. Watch the videos below.
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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Kaine Touts Early Voting in Florida

On Monday, Tim Kaine wrapped up a bus tour in Florida focusing on early voting. His first event was in Miami where he spoke to a crowd of supporters on the campus of Florida International University. During his speech, Kaine spoke about the a number of Hillary Clinton's platform points including creating new jobs, raising the minimum wage, and making college more affordable. He then spoke about the Florida Senate race criticizing Senator Marco Rubio for attacking Donald Trump, but backing him for president. "He called Donald Trump ‘dangerous,’ and he called Donald Trump a ‘con artist,’ but he’s supporting Donald Trump. I mean, ‘Con Artists for Trump.' I don’t get it," he said. Kaine spoke about the importance of voting in this election and urged everyone to take advantage of Florida's early voting. Watch a video of Kaine's event below.
Kaine's second and final event was in West Palm Beach where he focused on the issues that are importance to him and Clinton such as health care, education, and the economy. Kaine, again, focused on the importance of voting in the election and the role that Florida plays in the election. He said that Florida is key to their victory adding, "You really are a checkmate state. That's more than a battleground state. ... If we win for Hillary here, it's over. She's going to be president." He urged everyone to get out and vote saying, "We can't take anything for granted because this is the season of surprise." A video of Kaine's speech is below.

For all the latest, follow our Scheduled Events page and follow Clinton on TwitterFacebookYouTube, and Instagram. Also, be sure to subscribe to the campaign’s official Podcast, With Her.
News Source: Miami HeraldSun Sentinel

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Davie Early Vote Event with Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz

On Monday, we’ll be going over exactly what you can do to help make that happen right here in Florida. Here are the details:
WHAT: Davie Early Vote Event with Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz
WHEN: Monday, October 24th
04:30 pm - 06:00 pm
WHERE: 8230 Griffin Rd
Davie, Florida 33328

Yes, I'll be there!

Watch tonight: New documentary on the state of hate in America

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Tonight an important new documentary on the state of hate in America is airing.
The documentary, Hate Rising, reported by Fusion and Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, shows the astonishing and very concerning rise of hate in America. From the Ku Klux Klan to the so-called alt-right movement, white supremacist groups are growing in numbers and influence. Their ideas, usually confined to private and secretive gatherings, are becoming mainstream thanks in part to the rhetoric on the campaign trail this election cycle.

Hate Rising will premiere tonight at 10 p.m. on FUSION in English and Univision Network in Spanish.

Tom Hanks kills it as Chris Wallace in SNL’s 3rd Trump/Clinton debate

 Host Tom Hanks played debate moderator Chris Wallace in this week’s cold opener, which featured Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
“I’m Chris Wallace,” Hanks said, “and welcome to the third and final presidential debate. Tonight is going to be a lot like the third ‘Lord of the Rings’ movie. You don’t really want to watch, but hey, you’ve come this far.”
Baldwin mocked Trump’s subdued opening tone by calling himself a “sweet little Baby Trump” and then ran down the list of celebrities who support him, “I’ve got Sarah Palin, I’ve got Chachi and I’e got the best Baldwin brother, Stephen Baldwin.”

Florida Solar Supporters Being Duped By Utility Companies

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Utility companies in Florida are teaming up to screw solar power supporters. John Iadarola and R.J. Eskow, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

Friday, October 21, 2016

Bill Clinton Kicks off Bus Tour in Florida

On Friday, Bill Clinton kicked off a campaign bus tour in Florida. He began in Orlando with a speech at the Florida Education Association Delegate Assembly. During the event, he spoke about the importance of the election and its potential impact on education. Bill spoke about Hillary Clinton's plans to expand access to early childhood education and her plan to ensure that students graduate from college debt-free. He said that Hillary will be better than Donald Trump on education, jobs, and everything else. Bill said, "You can’t build a wall around yourself or the world in this world of social media. You’ve got to build bridges to empowerment. We are close to being able to rise together again. America needs a ‘What are we going to do about it?’ President." Watch a video from the event below.
Bil then traveled to Jacksonville where he spoke to a crowd of supporters at a local library. Bill went after Trump for his proposals to scrap the Affordable Care Act saying that we cannot end a law that helped more than 20 million Americans access to health insurance. He also outlined a number of Hillary's other policies including her plans to invest in the country's infrastructure, clean energy, and the manufacturing sector. Bill explained that these investments would all lead to new jobs. He wrapped up his speech talking about the importance of voting and ensuring that everyone votes on, or before in the case of Florida, November 8th. A video of Bill's speech is below.
Tonight, Bill is scheduled to speak at a stop in Quincy. Full coverage from the event will be posted tomorrow.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Meet And Greet With Congressman Ted Deutch


President Obama Campaigns for Clinton in Miami

President Barack Obama returned to the campaign trail on Thursday and spoke at an event in Miami Gardens, Florida. During his speech on the campus of Florida Memorial University, Obama spoke about the importance of electing Hillary Clinton president and Democrats such as Patrick Murphy to the Senate. He spoke about the progress made during his administration and said that the only way to ensure the progress continues is for Democrats to retake Congress and Donald Trump to never get near the White House. He said, "Donald Trump has nothing to offer but anger and grievance and blame. And so his closing argument asks what do you have to lose? Well, I'm here to tell you: everything. Donald Trump wants to reverse progress. Marco Rubio wants to help him. You want to give me a good sendoff? You want to give Michelle a good sendoff? Work as hard for Hillary and Patrick as you did for us." Obama urged everyone to get out and vote on November 8th. A video from the event is below.

Broward County Calls on Landlords to Help End Homelessness

Broward Commissioner Beam Furr calls on landlords to participate in program to assist homeless veterans and families.
Broward Commissioner Beam Furr calls on landlords to participate in program to assist homeless veterans and families

 Broward County is looking for landlords willing to rent residential units to pre-screened tenants in need of a home. The Landlord Recruitment Initiative is a new innovative program that seeks the help of property owners and landlords to end homelessness.

The program guarantees landlords will be paid a fair and reasonable monthly rent, advanced security and deposit payments and clients who will be pre-screened and qualified. Families and veterans in need of housing will pre-qualify for the new program.

"Landlords are in a powerful position to help us get people off the streets and into a home," said Broward Commissioner Beam Furr. "The County has earmarked $10.5 million to provide homelessness rental assistance. Landlords are guaranteed monthly rent payments and you'll have a team of people behind you, all focused on making this program work."

Fifty landlords are needed to provide housing for fifty veterans and bring the veteran homelessness count in Broward County down to "functional zero," a term that means there is enough housing available for every homeless veteran. Eighty rental units would provide enough housing to get to functional zero for homeless families and an additional 200 homes would all but end chronic homelessness in the County.

"All tenants will be assigned a case manager and a life coach. The ideal situation is to get people processed and in permanent housing in less than sixty days," said Michael Wright, Homeless Initiative Partnership / Continuum of Care Administrator.

Rent is guaranteed by local government, state and federally funded programs and is implemented locally through Broward Partnership for the HomelessBroward Outreach Center and members of the Broward County Homeless Initiative Partnership.

Landlords wanting to participate in the program can contact Broward Outreach Center Housing Navigator Rachel Edwards and or Broward Partnerships Housing Navigator Chantel Pierre at

In 2005, the Broward County Commission and Human Services Department, as the lead agency of the Continuum of Care Board, created a 10-year plan to end homelessness in our community. In 2013, the plan, "A Way Home: Broward County's Ten Year Plan to End Homelessness" was updated to provide a framework for ending homelessness and specific timelines for ending veteran homelessness (by 2016) and chronic homelessness (by 2017).

A partnership of local governments and community organizations, known as the Homeless Continuum of Care, was established in 1997. Broward County is on track to meet its 2016 and 2017 goals, but in spite of our community's best efforts, homelessness is still an unfortunate reality for more than 2,302 individuals and families, as identified in the January 2016 Broward County Homeless Initiative Partnership Point-In-Time Count of homeless persons.

A new philosophy called "Housing First" is helping change the way communities address issues of homelessness. It aims to first place individuals and families experiencing homelessness in stable housing, then address other needs that help them achieve independence and self-sufficiency.

This approach has proved successful in other states, such as New York, California, Arizona and Utah, and we should experience similar success in Broward County.

About Homeless Initiative Partnership 
The Homeless Initiative Partnership (HIP), a section within the Community Partnerships Division of the Broward County Human Services Department, plans and coordinates services for homeless persons, and serves as liaison to the Homeless Initiative Partnership Advisory Board, which acts as agent for the Board of County Commissioners in the development and implementation of homeless assistance programs. HIP is also the lead agency for the County's Homeless Continuum of Care, a network of organizations, advocates, residents and businesses that plan programs to help alleviate homeless in Broward County. The goal is to end veteran homelessness by March 2016, chronic homelessness by 2017, and family and youth homelessness by 2020. For more information, call 954-357-6101 or visit Homeless Services.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Hillary Clinton Endorsed by Vogue Magazine

In its first ever presidential endorsement, Vogue magazine endorsed Hillary Clinton yesterday saying, "For all the chaos and unpredictability and the sometimes appalling spectacle of this election season, the question of which candidate actually deserves to be president has never been a difficult one. Vogue has no history of political endorsements. Editors in chief have made their opinions known from time to time, but the magazine has never spoken in an election with a single voice. Given the profound stakes of this one, and the history that stands to be made, we feel that should change.Vogue endorses Hillary Clinton for president of the United States." The magazine joins a growing list of publications from across the country backing Clinton. Read the full endorsement HERE.

News Source: Vogue

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Wasserman Schultz Statement on UNESCO Vote on the Temple Mount and Jerusalem

Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL-23) issued the following statement today after UNESCO adopted Resolution 200 EX/25:

“Today’s vote proves once again that UNESCO is primarily concerned with severing the religious, historical and cultural ties between Israel and Jerusalem, and in particular, the Temple Mount and Western Wall. Jerusalem is the most holy city in Judaism, and it has held extraordinary significance for countless generations of Jews from around the world. This resolution’s references to the Temple Mount by only its Muslim name is a direct attempt by Israel’s enemies to delegitimize Israel. It is particularly appalling that this resolution was brought during the High Holidays, and that the draft resolution was voted on during Yom Kippur, the holiest night of the Jewish Year.

“Sadly, this is only the latest chapter in UNESCO’s long history of antagonism towards Israel. These types of actions make the important work of a peaceful two-state solution between Israel and Palestine much more difficult to achieve. I strongly condemn this vote and resolution, and urge others who are committed to a secure and safe Israel to do the same.”

Monday, October 17, 2016

Come OUT For OUT Gay Comics


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Ray Combs & Ron Mills Present: 
Sampson McCormick & Paul Bisuito's 
San Francisco 2 Wilton Manors Show

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147 South Cypress Road,
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Dinner 7pm throughout the show
2 Drink Min Guarantees Talent
(Beer, Wine, Soda, Water, Juice Tea)
Showtimes 9pm & 11pm (Two 90 min shows)


Sampson- a one word name that perhaps conjures up some distant recollection of a slightly different spelled, bible-based warrior with supernatural powers, who was able to combat his enemies and perform heroic feats… or it may remind you of a Hanna-Barbera TV show of the late 1960’s, featuring another superhero, also imbued with great strength, endurance and agility.

Or you could be talking about Sampson, the self-described, out, gay, black comedian, activist, writer, speaker and fearless advocate of issues and concerns that speak to the challenges of those whose daily lives are marginalized and threatened. So you would not be far off no matter which Sampson/Samson comes to mind. Even though those comparisons are not entirely complete. Because Sampson, the comedian, is distinctly unique: a thinking, funny, passionate comic- who bridges culture, race, age and community with fresh humor, straddling an understanding and a perspective of the world that both an African American straight mom and a young white DL bisexual teenage boy, or someone out, just for a night of fun and laughter all could equally relate to, while trying to recover from non-stop laughs and serious reflection.

Above all else- Sampson is a uniquely talented and extremely funny storyteller. He draws from the brilliant comic styling’s of America’s top comic legends, such as Moms Mabley, Redd Foxx, Richard Pryor, Joan Rivers, George Carlin and Whoopi Goldberg- just a few of his own comic heroes. Sampson draws from a rich reservoir of personal triumphs and everyday occurrences. Finding humor from his tough roots, being raised by a single mother in rural North Carolina to facing head-on, the judgmental cruelty and fierce hypocrisy of homophobic preachers and self-appointed, so-called ‘family values’ bigots. Sampson deals with the toxic daggers of our society’s sometimes judgmental and hateful tendencies with warm grace, intellectual honesty and damn funny jokes.

For over a decade, he has built his brand from the ground up, developing an almost cult-like following, literally working the smallest of stages, as he puts it, “in coffee shops, STD clinics, gas stations, and apartment kitchens” to most recently in the largest of venues, headlining the Howard Theater in his own show, as the first African American, out, gay male comic, as well as The White House, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Broadway in NYC, The Famous Comedy Store in Hollywood, San Francisco Punch Line, colleges, cruises and sold out concert venues around the world. He's recorded three acclaimed live, stand-up comedy concert albums, including his most recent "That B*@&! Better Be Funny", which was considered for a 2014 Grammy Nomination for Best Comedy Album. Sampson has collaborated with notable entertainers such as Whoopi Goldberg, Luenell, Thea Vidale, Paul Mooney, Charo, Margaret Cho, Angela Bassett, Bruce Vilanch and appeared on BET, VH-1, CBS, OWN Network and MTV. He is also a gifted writer, penning two successful books and he has gained a serious following as a prolific public speaker, invited to campuses to lecture at places like Harvard University.

Among the myriad of accolades that he's received for his comedy, he's been named "One of the 12 Queer Comics That Every One Must Know", and "One of The Funniest LGBT Comics" by Buzz Feed, Huffington Post, The Advocate & SWERV Magazine. In 2014, he was awarded the Entertainer of The Year Award by Blatino Oasis in Palm Springs, CA and in 2016 was nominated by the Bay Area Reporter for Best Male Comic in The San Francisco Bay Area.

Feature: Peter Bisuito

As seen on Oprah, internationally known comedian Peter Bisuito aka “My Big Funny Peter” is the world’s ONLY Gay Bodybuilding Muscle-Bear Comedian. He travels the world including his recent successful European tour with sold out shows in Manchester & Amsterdam. He also performs on cruise ships and his comedy was briefly seen on Oprah. He was also the opening act for Bianca Del Rio, Del Shores and Erasure's lead singer Andy Bell. Peter is not your typical stand-up comedian. Due to his theater background, Peter incorporates musical numbers and funny video presentations during his shows. Peter recently performed a SOLD OUT show at The Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale and will be performing another show this December in a "Back by Popular Demand Holiday Concert" called My Big Funny Peter - Stuff Me for the Holidays as part of The Broward Centers fall/winter season line-up!

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