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Special Female Athletes Show at Stonewall Museum Continues Until July 2

Special Female Athletes Show at Stonewall Museum Continues Until July 2

| June 24, 2017

GAME ON! FEMALE ATHLETES COMPETING WITH HOMOPHOBIA IN SPORTS Stonewall National Museum – Wilton Manors Gallery 2157 Wilton Drive, Wilton Manors   Game On!  Female Athletes Competing with Homophobia in Sports celebrates lesbian, bisexual and transgender female athletes who persevered in the face of homophobia and sexism in sports, since the early 1900s. From Suzanne […]

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It’s All About Community

It’s All About Community

| June 18, 2017

by Alison R. Solomon — How important is it to you to live in a community that’s fully supportive of LGBTQ families and where there are plenty of lesbians around to socialize with? For me, it’s crucial, and it’s how my wife and I ended up in Gulfport. When Carol and I lived in Mexico, […]

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A Tenth Anniversary at Sea

A Tenth Anniversary at Sea

| June 18, 2017

The Amazon Trail by Lee Lynch — We had every intention of being homebodies this year. No travel at all, just a year to save our pennies and get grounded. It’s been delicious. After several months of staying in our little coastal home, my mind is sharper, my sleep schedule is approaching normal, and I’ve […]

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15 Refugees Lead Columbus, Ohio Pride Parade

15 Refugees Lead Columbus, Ohio Pride Parade

| June 18, 2017

Refugees from LGBTQ persecution led the Pride Parade Saturday, June 17 in Columbus, Ohio. Thousands of marchers and visitors cheered on the 15 refugees as the parade travelled along the city’s North High Street to Downtown and continued to the Scioto Riverfront. “We’re all humans, and we all deserve to be happy on this earth,” […]

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Pride Goes On Despite Threats … in the US and Around the World

Pride Goes On Despite Threats … in the US and Around the World

| June 18, 2017

LGBTQ Nation’s Jeff Taylor posted a wrap up of six Pride events that went on around the world in the past year, despite threats of violence – two in the US. “Pride events offer a chance to express oneself, call for LGBTQ rights, and celebrate the victories that have so far been achieved in that […]

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VIDEO: ProSuzy “Let Your Light Shine” Open Mic Goes on Despite Threatened Storms

VIDEO: ProSuzy “Let Your Light Shine” Open Mic Goes on Despite Threatened Storms

| June 17, 2017

Thanks to DeLaran Withers (left) for stepping up at the last minute to fill in as our June host. (DeLaran is also on the Peace, Love & Women Music Festival 2017 lineup.) And thanks to ProSuzy’s Lynn DiVenuti who started off the night. Please Join Us for the Next Open Mic Wednesday, July 5 @ […]

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Talking Pride in the Home Town of Vice President Mike Pence

Talking Pride in the Home Town of Vice President Mike Pence

| June 17, 2017

Upworthy’s Erin Canty talks about pride with LGBTQ activists in the home town of Vice President Mike Pence: As governor in 2015. Pence signed into law the Religious Freedom Restoration Act that essentially allowed individuals and small businesses to discriminate on the basis of religion. Activists there including longtime resident Sondra Bolte protested and Pence […]

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VIDEO: 12-Year-Old Mormon Girl Comes Out to Her Church Community

VIDEO: 12-Year-Old Mormon Girl Comes Out to Her Church Community

| June 17, 2017

“I believe that God wants us to treat each other with kindness, even if people are different — especially if they are different.” Huffpost Queer Voices’ James Michael Nichols shared the story of 12-year-old Savannah, who came out to her entire Mormon church community recently. Just before she finished her statement, a church official asked […]

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