The demonstration, part of the international Day With(out) Art, shrouds works of art and replaces them with information about HIV and the AIDS epidemic as a means to raise awareness.
Sen. Theresa Manzella, R-Hamilton, had been speaking at a Wednesday event in Clinton when she made the comments.
Speakers lined up to express support for Clinton Community Church’s lead pastor, Brandon Huber.
LGBTQ life in popular media and conventional thinking is usually portrayed as happening only in major metro areas. Recent Pride events in rural America tell a different story of inclusion.
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The CEO of Netflix is apologizing for the company's response to backlash over Dave Chappelle's latest comedy special "The Closer."
Billy Eichner says he "couldn't be more proud" that his new film 'Bros' has an all LGBTQ+ cast.
Miranda Lambert wants to be “part of the change” in advocating for the wider acceptance of the LGBTQ community, although she admitted she still has "so much to learn" about the community herself.
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A wave of rainbow-colored pride is sweeping through Olympic pools, skateparks, halls and fields with a record number of openly gay competitors in Tokyo.
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Carl Nassib, a defensive lineman with the Las Vegas Raiders, became the first active NFL player in league history to announce that he is gay.
After protesters and supporters of the Gay-Straight Alliance sparred during public comment at recent school board meetings, the student said she hopes the discussion can be a learning opportunity for the community.
Some witnesses said the crash appeared to be an intentional act, but Fort Lauderdale Police Detective Ali Adamson told reporters that authorities were investigating all possibilities.
The meeting, originally set for the school gym, was moved to Zoom for safety reasons.
Protesters are expected to turn out in force at Tuesday's Florence-Carlton school board meeting over middle school student participation in a club called the Gay-Straight Alliance.