With same-sex marriage legalized in Florida, from a federal court ruling that overturned the outstanding ban, couples all across Florida celebrated their newly received marriages licenses, marking an end to both personal and public struggles.
A time of unity and friendly competition the Winter Olympics are anticipated every four years, but this year, LGBTQ athletes and Flagler College students are getting the cold shoulder from the hosting country Russia.
By Alexa Epitropoulos | email@example.com
The last thing Michael Shannon expected while attending a family wedding was to be discriminated against because of the person he loved.
Shannon was staying at a Clearwater hotel with his mother when he realized that several LGBTQ social networking sites and dating sites were blocked from the server. More than that, Shannon’s complaints were received with the manager’s assertion that it was a “family hotel.”
By Tiffanie Reynolds | firstname.lastname@example.org
Anthony Coy realized he was attracted to other men about the same time he became attracted to God, and it’s been a conflicting battle ever since.
By Alexandra Harvey | email@example.com
Photos by Chrissy Makris
Club UNITY celebrated Hooray! Day on the West Lawn for the second consecutive year last Thursday.
“It’s a day all about celebration, awareness, education, and unity,” said Chris Lauth, Executive Director and founding member of Club UNITY.