NYC AIDS Memorial Park to open this summer

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It is finally official.  The home of the NY’s AIDS memorial will be at St Vincent’s Triangle in what will be named as The New York City AIDS Memorial Park, and it is scheduled to be fully opened by by late this summer according to POZ magazine. “The New York City AIDS Memorial Park at … Continue reading



Just When You Thought He Had Gone For Good

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Well surprise, surprise!  After being roundly defeated by the voters in his own State of Florida which forced him to pull the plug on his Presidential Campaign, Senator Marco Rubio …….known fondly by us locals as ‘Liar Liar Coat’s On Fire’ has changed his mind AGAIN.  Just two days before nominations closed Rubio has announced … Continue reading



UK Parliament supports LGBT Pride Week

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Yesterday the Speaker of the House of Commons and the Leader of the House of Lords in the UK Parliament Building known as the Palace of Westminster, set aside centuries of protocol  and raised the gay rainbow flag to mark Pride in London week. It’s yet another reason why the country is officially known as … Continue reading



The Mayor shows his True Colors

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London’s new Mayor has very quickly showed his true colors wth having these wonderful new traffic lights/signals installed around Trafalgar Square in Westminster, a part of the  Pride in London  parade on June 25 to celebrate LGBTQ diversity  Mayor Khan said in a press statement “Our thoughts and prayers are of course still with the families and friends … Continue reading



Europe’s Historic Agreement on LGBT Rights

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Just two days after the Orlando Massacre when homophobic U.S. Republicans were tripping over each other to tell the media how very sorry they were, GOP Congressman then simply refused to allowed the House to even take a vote on the passage of an amendment barring federal contractors from discriminating against employees on the basis … Continue reading



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