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Transgender Day of Visibility adds strength for equality

Connor Maddocks shows pride at the 2015 SD Pride celebration.

Today is Transgender Day of Visibility and people from all over the country are making it clear that they are proud to be who they are while bringing awareness to the discrimination, injustice and marginalization which still plagues the community not only in the United States, but worldwide.

Caitlyn Jenner not happy with HB2 replacement law

Caitlyn Jenner not happy with with repeal of HB2 and its replacement law.

Transgender reality star and right-wing endorser Caitlyn Jenner has expressed her views on the repeal of North Carolina’s stiff HB2, saying it wasn’t repealed at all after Governor Cooper, Phil Berger and Tim Moore signed HB142 in its place on Thursday.

Trump drops LGBT people from 2020 census survey

So far, the 2020 census survey will not count LGBT people individually.

Yesterday, the Trump administration handed to Congress a list of categories to be included in the 2020 Census and the American Community Survey (ACS), but some watchdog groups are concerned at the omission of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender folks.

Resident Pulse DJ, survivor and hero will play at SD Pride

Ray "DJ Infinite" Rivera saved a few lives the night of the Pulse massacre, his perseverance will be felt at San Diego Pride 2017.

San Diego Gay and Lesbian News let you know on Friday that this year’s Pride theme will be “Allied in Action, United for Justice,” and nothing could represent that sentiment more than the heroic efforts of Pulse DJ, Ray Rivera who will perform at the

Homophobic harassment on the rise in Hillcrest

Anti-gay threats are on the rise in Hillcrest according to some residents and employees.

Some in the Hillcrest community are concerned about the recent uptick in harassment aimed at LGBT businesses and patrons this month.

Employees and customers say they have had to deal with a multitude of cases involving individuals making homophobic cold calls, verbal abuse and dangerous pranks which seem to be targeted at gays throughout the primarily LGBT section of San Diego.

Hillcrest bombarded with civil rights lawsuits

Hillcrest businesses accused of violating civil rights laws.

Restaurant owners in Hillcrest are trying to understand why one San Diego attorney is suing them for violations he alleges disregard the Americans with Disabilities Act and California’s accessibility laws reports ABC 10 San Diego.