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Alaska town council refuse to attend Pride month proclamation from mayor

City council members boycott Pride month proclamation from mayor.

Most of the members of Homer Alaska’s city council refused to show up for a Pride month proclamation from the town’s mayor.

The meeting was scheduled for Monday at which time Mayor Bryan Zak was going to announce the official start of Pride, but the gathering never took place because there weren’t enough council members to fill the quorum.

This heartbreaking immigration story on Facebook led to a silver lining

This traveler tells of her heartbreaking experience at an immigration detention center to fellow passenger and it goes viral.

Wanda Villanueva was on a flight back from California when she met Glendy and her 7-year-old son, the two were on their way to Rhode Island to stay with some family. That sounds like a nice story until you realize as Wanda did that there was something more heartbreaking to it.

Uber driver kicks out lesbian couple for kissing in his car

Uber driver throws out fare for same-sex kiss.

In yet another story about a ridesharing driver who kicked out a gay couple, this one actually lost his Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) operating license.

“It’s 2018 in New York City, and this isn’t the way we live anymore,” TLC spokesman Allen Fromberg said.

New Jersey gets permanent rainbow crosswalk

Another rainbow crosswalk has been permanently placed at an intersection of an American city, this time it's Maplewood New Jersey. This symbol of inclusivity is located at the four-way stop on Valley Street and Oakview; it was officially unveiled on Thursday.

Heroic Pulse DJ finds recent lawsuit against Orlando "upsetting"

More than 35 survivors of the Pulse Nightclub massacre are suing the City of Orlando and its police department in federal court for what they claim was negligence in offering appropriate assistance during the mass shooting two years ago. That incident took the lives of 49 people and injured 53.

Gym closes for good shortly after they cancel Pride workout for religious reasons

This gym isn't happy with "pride" so they cancel LGBT Pride event.

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana -- Many local businesses take advantage of Pride month every year, a time when community and businesses come together to celebrate each other. But this gym in Indianapolis, Indiana, canceled its “Pride workout” because they have a problem with people being proud, “Humility is seeing oneself as they truly are, and as God truly defines them to be.”