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Pride and Confederate flags flown in Maine High Schools causes stir

The Pride flag at this high school in Maine drew media attention and the attention of another high school.

The Gay Straight Trans Alliance committee at Kennebunk High School in Maine was trying to send a message of inclusion when they got permission to fly a rainbow flag on the pole at the school’s entrance.

Less than a week later the flag was taken down because a trans student was uncomfortable with the media attention the school was getting for flying it in the first place.

Trump billboard in Phoenix has people talking

Owner of anti-Trump Billboard in Phoenix says it will remain raised as long as the president is in office.

The LGBT community is not beyond purchasing Billboard space and posting timely and thought-provoking messages about the community, especially during the 2016 election cycle, but one Phoenix lady may have created the most provocative anti-Trump billboard to date.

Anti-Trump McTweet posted by hackers, not company

A tweet posted on McDonald's corporate account was the result of hacking.

A McDonalds anti-Trump tweet sent throughout the twitter-verse was done by hackers says the company. 

The fast-food chain confirmed on Thursday that someone had hacked into their corporate account and made an entry unbeknownst to them.

The words in the post, since deleted, said Trump was a “disgusting excuse of a President,” and wished Barack Obama would come back.

Married Rep. senator caught in hotel with minor boy

Oklahoma State Sen., Ralph Shortey allegedly caught in hotel room with underage male.

Oklahoma State Sen., and Trump campaign chair, Ralph Shortey (R) is currently under investigation after being caught in a discount hotel with an underage boy.

Police are recommending that the Republican lawmaker be charged with multiple prostitution charges reports KOCO News.

Could gay man become Trump NATO ambassador?

It's rumored that Republican Richard Grenell could become Trump's NATO ambassador.

Openly gay Republican and former U.S. spokesman at the United Nations, Richard Grenell could become the president’s ambassador to NATO if a Bloomberg report is correct.  

A White House official who wishes to remain anonymous alerted Bloomberg to the possible delegation.