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Two Gulf Coast Metro Areas are Among Nation’s Happiest According to Yet Another Study

Two Gulf Coast Metro Areas are Among Nation’s Happiest According to Yet Another Study

| October 22, 2017

GayStarNews just reported a new list of the 25 happiest US cities complied by some credible resources – National Geographic and Gallup – with author Dan Buettner. Lucky for us, the list includes two Gulf Coast metro areas:  Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island at number 11 and North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton not far behind at number 14. The iconically LGBTI-friendly […]

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Resources for Transgender Residents of Southern States

Resources for Transgender Residents of Southern States

| October 22, 2017

According to the Campaign for Southern Equality, new data from the Williams Institute shows that more than 500,000 trans folks call the South home. Too often, they face a lack of resources and support. To respond to that need, the Campaign is releasing Trans in the South: A Guide to Resources and Services. (Updated as […]

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Winnie Foster: Local Shero Documentary

Winnie Foster: Local Shero Documentary

| October 18, 2017

Friday, October 20: 6 pm   St Petersburg Sheroes & Heroes Among Us: Winnie Foster @ Enoch Davis Community Center, 1111 18th Ave S, St. Petersburg, FL 33705 The arrival of a new documentary series shot on location in South St Petersburg. Sheroes & Heroes Among Us kicks off with its first premiere “Winnie Foster: The […]

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Family Values Potluck Picnic Comes to Gulfport Sunday, October 15

Family Values Potluck Picnic Comes to Gulfport Sunday, October 15

| October 3, 2017

In today’s world children may be raised by a mom and a dad, but might also be raised by two moms, two dads, one mom, one dad, other relatives or by others not related by blood.  And of course many people have “families of choice” too. Whatever family means to you, the new Come Out […]

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Equality Florida Statement on Mass Shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada

Equality Florida Statement on Mass Shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada

| October 3, 2017

News of the horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas eerily brought back memories of the Pulse massacre in Orlando that shook our community on June 12, 2016. In response to the mass shooting in Las Vegas, Equality Florida’s Executive Director, Nadine Smith, has issued the following statement. Counseling resources for those in Orlando and global […]

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New Lesbian Literary Event Seeks Authors

New Lesbian Literary Event Seeks Authors

| September 28, 2017

Gulfport Public Library’s LGBTQ Resource Center announces the first ReadOut event, a weekend of lesbian literature, headlined by Keynote Speaker Elizabeth Sims on Saturday, February 17, 2018. Events will take place all weekend, along with other lesbian-focused events taking place during the week leading up to it. Following the keynote presentation, 15 authors will have […]

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Florida Keys will Reopen to Visitors This Sunday!

Florida Keys will Reopen to Visitors This Sunday!

| September 27, 2017

Following the devastation of Hurricane Irma, the Florida Keys including Key West, will reopen to visitors on Sunday, October 1st. GayStarNews reports that “the announcement by local government officials comes just over two weeks after the region was hit by Hurricane Irma.” A spokesperson for the region said: ‘Potential visitors are advised that while it […]

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freeFall Theatre’s Post-Irma Silver Lining – Your Donation Could be Doubled!

freeFall Theatre’s Post-Irma Silver Lining – Your Donation Could be Doubled!

| September 20, 2017

When Irma blew the roof off St Pete’s freeFall Theatre, major water damage delayed the company’s new season — but by just one week. Staff and volunteers have started to reconfigure freeFall’s  historic auditorium as a temporary home for the important season opener, White Fang, written and directed by rising British playwright Jethro Compton, inspired […]

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