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Posted on 13 August 2014

This past week, Pam Bondi, the current attorney general of the state of Florida, managed to make herself look like a complete fool, throw more subterfuge into the on-going same-sex marriage debate, and attempt to backpedal on a policy which she has been jamming down the throats of every Floridian for months—all within the same […]


Gov. Rick Scott Investigated by the Feds

Posted on 05 August 2014

TALLAHASSEE—It was not a letter any governor likes to receive—especially the one from Florida, Rick Scott.  United States Attorney General Eric Holder wrote to crack the ruler across Scott’s knuckles before promising, “We will not hesitate to use all tools and legal authorities at our disposal to fight against racial discrimination, to stand against disenfranchisement, […]



Posted on 30 July 2014

One-time Presidential candidate Michele Bachmann (R-Minn) has spent her entire political career fabricating lies about the LGBT community. But her latest rant has crossed the line of mental stability and stands as an embarrassment to not only the Minnesotans she is charged with representing, but every intelligent Republican with whom she must work. On the […]


Tying the Knot in Florida? Nope!

Posted on 23 July 2014

We love Aaron Huntsman and William Lee Jones. Well, alright, we haven’t actually met them in person, though in the photos we’ve seen of the pair of bartenders from Key West, they look respectable enough. No, scratch that. They look a little on the scruffy side of respectable, but there is nothing wrong with that, […]


Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Deception!

Posted on 16 July 2014

In 1994, the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Act was implemented by the U.S. military ostensibly to allow gay and lesbian soldiers and sailors to serve in the Armed Forces of this country. It was an open secret that a large percentage of active military personnel were gay, and the DADT Act only served to further […]



Posted on 09 July 2014

There is a special place in Cuba called Los Cocos, originally located in rural Havana at Santiago de las Vegas. Its purpose was to house HIV patients in quarantine to keep them out of the general population and allow the military and medical community to watch the progression of the disease and administer medical assistance. […]



Posted on 02 July 2014

TOMAH, WI–Karen Mueller, a Republican candidate in Wisconsin’s Third Congressional District spoke at a “meet-the-candidates” event last week in the town o Tomah, population 9,192. Mueller, who is an attorney, told the assembled crowd that if the ban on same-sex marriage were to be lifted, it would create an environment of incest. In an effort […]


IT’S WAR! The White Party vs. Gay Days Fort Lauderdale

Posted on 25 June 2014

When the incredibly successful Gay Days Orlando decided to expand the franchise this year to include Fort Lauderdale, it could have selected any weekend in the last six months of 2014. And at last count, there were 26 of them. But Gay Days Fort Lauderdale did not select just any week in the last 26. […]


When Pride Is Not Enough

Posted on 18 June 2014

            The 45th Anniversary of the Stonewall riots seems like the perfect moment to celebrate. As we join tens of thousands of gay, straight, and openly curious on Wilton Drive this coming Saturday, the LGBT community is on display for the world to see. We are happy—no, make that joyous—men and women (and those who […]

The Baron, the Hustler, and the BP Oil Spill

Posted on 11 June 2014

By all reports, John Browne lives a lavish life. The Baron Browne of Madingley—John to his friends—has an $8.5 million flat in London’s fashionable Chelsea district that takes up the entire top floor of a building in Cheyne Walk. He earned over $13 million as the CEO of British Petroleum (BP) and is credited for […]


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