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Adam Rippon's single status shouldn't be the focus of this historic LGBT sports star

Just a few days ago, Adam himself may have started asking people to focus on other things. 

Adam Rippon was the first out gay male figure skater to participate in the Winter Olympics, but it seems the public isn’t as focused on that triumph as they are about his relationship status, publicly asking him out on dates during interviews and through Twitter feeds.  

Billy Graham’s ministry of LGBTQ intolerance 

And the LGBTQ community will not be silent in this moment of public mourning.

The  Reverend William (Billy) Franklin  Graham Jr.(1918- 2018) has died at the age of 99. Too often, hagiographies are painted when people die, especially of ministers. The televangelist, however, is not deserving of such high praises. 

Pimping King at the Super Bowl

Super Bowl ad preyed on racial and ethnic stereotypes in its attempt to expand the brand to a multicultural consumer base.

With 2018 being the 50th anniversary of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination, commemorations honoring the man will be taking place across the country.

Revisiting Frederick Douglass

Reading Frederick Douglass causes us to think in new ways about our nation’s history.

Frederick Douglas is dead. This February during  Black History Month Americans across the country will commemorate the bicentennial of his birthday. Last year this time, however, President Donald J. Trump didn’t appear to know this fact. 

The new Jim Crow targets LGBTQ Americans, too

Since Trump has taken office there has been an erosion of LGBTQ civil rights under the guise of religious liberty. 

Last week the U. S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments for the case “Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission.”  

Why we are disabling comments on SDGLN.com

SDGLN has disabled the comments section on our website.

San Diego Gay and Lesbian News is following suit with many respected news publications by disabling the comments section on our website. There are a few reasons why we chose to make this difficult decision.

Should the sins of our spouses fall on us?

Many are asking, myself included, is it fair to hold Rosenberg responsible for the actions of his spouse? 

Democratic Senate President Stanley C.  Rosenberg, 68, looked heartbroken, shocked and devastated during an impromptu press conference outside of his office at the State House where he publicly addressed allegations that his spouse, Bryon Hefner, 38, groped and assaulted four men who do business before the Senate.