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Trump Jokes: Pence 'Wants to Hang' All Gay People

By Brittany Ferrendi | Wednesday Oct 18, 2017
In a feature by "The New Yorker" on a possible Pence presidency and its threat to progressive ideals, a staff member from Trump's campaign revealed the president has often belittled the vice president, whose anti-LGBT views are a matter of record.

Pope Francis Says Trans People Will Cause Infertility

By Brittany Ferrendi | Monday Oct 16, 2017
Transgender, non-binary people and their "utopia of the neutral" will make people infertile, Pope Francis claims.

Congressman Steve Scalise to Speak at Anti-LGBT Group Despite Being Saved by Lesbian Police Officer

By Ryan Lynch | Monday Oct 16, 2017
Rep. Steve Scalise will give a speech to the Family Resource Center, a group against gay marriage rights. This comes despite the fact that a lesbian police officer was wounded while trying to protect Scalise from a shooter.

New Gay Kickball League Kicks Off in Wilton Manors

By John McDonald | Sunday Oct 15, 2017
Teams formed in South Florida this Fall to compete and network in the Varsity Gay League sanctioned sport.

Miami-Dade Commissioners Reject Ban on Gay 'Conversion Therapy'

By Brittany Ferrendi | Sunday Oct 15, 2017
Miami-Dade County will not be joining Delray Beach, Wellington and a number of other Florida jurisdictions banning the harmful practice of gay conversion therapy.

The Stonewall Rebellion: Debunking the Judy Garland Myth

By Perry Brass | Sunday Oct 15, 2017
Many things have been said and written about "Stonewall," the historic confrontation in June 1969 after a police raid at the Stonewall Inn. Some of those things are just not true. For instance...

Intersex Community Continues Fight for Identity

By Ryan Lynch | Saturday Oct 14, 2017
The intersex community at large is fighting for children being able to choose their own identity - especially in the face of medically unnecessary and controversial surgeries which leave them without choice.

Under Mississippi Law, It's Okay To Turn Gays Away

By Donyea Lewis | Saturday Oct 14, 2017
According to a Mississippi law that went into effect Oct. 10, government and private businesses can deny service to individuals based on their religious beliefs.

Married Lesbian Seeks South Florida U.S. House Seat

By John McDonald | Saturday Oct 14, 2017
Lauren Baer has a chance to make history. If elected next fall, Baer would become the first Congresswoman in a same-sex marriage.

Gay Utah Man Identified As Victim of Las Vegas Tragedy

By Donyae Lewis | Saturday Oct 14, 2017
This past Sunday in Las Vegas marked the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. The shooter opened fire at a country music festival on the city's strip, killing 59 people and injuring more than 500 others.

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