Uber ends partnership with homophobic 'Portland Taxicab Company'

Uber says it doesn't want anything to do with homophobic taxi service in Portland and ends its affiliation.

PORTLAND, Ore., -- Over the weekend San Diego Gay and Lesbian News (SDGLN) reported on an Oregon taxi company that endorsed the actions of one of its drivers who stopped in front of an LGBT bar on Tuesday, Sept. 20, and began taunting patrons through a bullhorn.

Apparent hate crime against two Folsom Street Fair tourists

Neil Frias and Jeff White say they were attacked in SF for just being gay.

SAN FRANCISCO, Ca., -- Two friends visiting San Francisco for the annual fetish festival “Folsom Street Fair,” said their fun was cut short after a group of men pepper sprayed them allegedly just for being gay.

Serbian religious leaders hold citywide 'exorcism' after Belgrade Pride

Serbian Christians hold exorcism over the city after Belgrade Pride.

Belgrade held their largest Pride parade to date on Sept. 18, however some religious officials thought the celebration was so sacrilegious that they had to clear the city of any negative forces by performing an “exorcism.”

'Portland Taxi' driver berates LGBT bar patrons with bullhorn

Portland Taxi says its okay if gays don't want to take their cabs.

PORTLAND, Ore., --A nighttime convergence of friends outside a gay club in Oregon was interrupted by a taxi driver form Portland Taxi on Tuesday night.

The cabbie stopped his company vehicle outside Scandals in SW Portland at about 10 am, and began berating club goers with anti-gay speech.

Log Cabin Republicans in D.C. won't back Trump

The D.C. chapter of the Log Cabin Republicans have voted to not endorse Trump.

The Log Cabin Republicans have not made an official endorsement of their choice for president, but the local chapter in Washington D.C., have voted to not back Trump.

Emotional confrontations at San Diego Pride meeting on Wednesday night

An emotional night for the San Diego Pride Board and the community.

Emotions ran high at the public San Diego Pride Board meeting on Wednesday night.

Sixty-five people, sought answers to some issues they have about the conduct of the current Board, such as the absence of meeting minutes and financial statements, outdated since 2015.