SD Pride Board 'updates' minutes, plans Pride 2017

San Diego Pride releases statement saying they have updated their minutes and continue to work on Pride 2017 despite controversy.

San Diego Pride has been in the midst of controversy within the last few months, beginning in late August after the Board dismissed their Executive Director Stephen Whitburn leaving the community and volunteers to wonder why.  

No progress made in Committee/SD Pride Board stalemate

Community Negotiating Committee are still not satisfied with the San Diego Pride Board's lack of response.

In a month-long battle with the San Diego Pride Board, the Community Negotiating Committee, put in place to arrange terms on the future direction of the organization, has released a letter stating that talks have “gone nowhere.”

San Diego scores 100-plus points on HRC’s Municipal Equality Index

San Diego gets a perfect score and then some on HRC's Municipal Equality Index.

Each year for the last five, The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) releases their Municipal Equality Index (MEI).  This metric rates US cities on their non-discrimination laws, municipality as an employer, municipal services, law enforcement and relationship with the LGBT community.

Fox News' Shepard Smith officially comes out

Shepard Smith officially comes out to Huffington Post, addresses allegations of former boss keeping him in the closet.

Shepard Smith of Fox News came out to our media partner The Huffington Post on Monday in defense of Fox CEO Roger Ailes and accusations of homophobic comments which some have speculated discouraged the correspondent from coming out.

"Gays for Trump" supporter puts anti-Trump protester in headlock at rally

LGBT for Trump supporter attacks protester at North Carolina rally.

During a Trump Rally in North Carolina on Friday, Oct. 14, yet another altercation broke out among the crowd when a protestor held the American flag upside-down in defiance of the GOP candidate.

The man was quickly spotted by Trump who pointed at him and announced “Get out.”

New York man shoved into window in apparent LGBT hate crime

Police have no motive yet as to what may have initiated the attack.

A man was attacked in New York’s Greenwich Village in what police are investigating as a hate crime.

Police say the assailant (see left) shouted homophobic and racist slurs at the victim, then rammed the victim headfirst into a restaurant window on October 2.

Although the glass did not shatter the man was seriously injured and rushed to the hospital.