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Help needed to give a special welcome to the LGBT “Legacy Wall" in Hillcrest

“The Legacy Wall,” will be heading to Hiillcrest in November.

The founder of San Diego LGBT Visitor's Center, Eddie Reynoso announced this week a new project coming to Hillcrest; the creation of Equality Business Alliance’s San Diego LGBTQ Legacy Walk. 

Reynoso describes it as, "An interactive outdoor exhibit that features up to 60 plaques documenting our community and nation’s LGBTQ history."

Troye Sivan & "Boy Erased" team offer a Spirit Day video greeting

Troye will be in San Diego on October 25, for his Bloom tour.

Pop singer and actor Troye Sivan got together with the creative team behind "Boy Erased" to offer a special video message on Spirit Day. 

Director, Joel Edgerton, and writer, Garrard Conley, and Troye encourage people to stand up against bullying and support the LGBTQ youth by wearing purple. 

Australian Firefighters Calendar now has a cats-only edition

These heroes are saving animals 12 months out of the year.

Those sexy firefighters from the land down under are back with new editions of their popular calendar for 2019. 

The hunky heroes normally release their Dog, Animal, and Hot Firefighter calendars each year, but 2019 is also their year of the cat. 

Smithsonian will receive Matthew Shepard collection from his parents

Matthew Shepard

As we acknowledge the 20th anniversary of the passing of Matthew Shepard this year, his parents Judy and Dennis are donating some of his personal items to the Smithsonian. The National Museum of American History will receive the items on Thursday, Oct. 25. Mathew Shepard died due to severe injuries he sustained during a vicious attack in October 1998 in Laramie, Wyoming.

Male members of the Orthodox Church get naked for human rights

Orthodox men to take their clothes off and bear it all for human rights.

The Orthodox Calendar Art Project (OC) has been a provocative and eye-catching annual campaign that uses controversial pictures of male members in the Orthodox church to ignite discussions of faith, artistic freedom, and homophobia and this year they hope to bring awareness to so-called “pro-family” campaigns.