The organizers of the third annual celebration moved the march out of Washington, D.C. for the very first time
The Los Angeles Blade is pleased to introduce and debut our new featured advice columnist, Rosalynne Montoya
“Rather than allow equal access to a safe school environment, they decided to fight for 5 years in a costly legal battle that they lost.”
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The area was cleared after numerous clashes some involving smoke bombs and projectiles which were lobbed at police and at opposing groups.
Kye Sayers & Bob Bernstein objected to the stigmatizing message they would be required to display- said the law violates the First Amendment
"We won’t go back into the closet, and we will not stay silent. And California will never reward states that act in bad faith"
"New York continues to lead the way in ensuring LGBTQ people are treated equally in every part of the law and society"
An identified descendent of the Wyandot Native American tribe, he was indigenous and had the right to claim two-spirit identity
Attorney representing the school system argued Cross’ actions disrupted the educational setting suspension was for that reason not his beliefs