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Meet LGBT History Month icon Gilbert Baker

Gilbert Baker was an American artist and LGBT activist best known for creating the rainbow flag. The flag provided a defining symbol for the LGBT civil rights movement and is considered the first and most widely recognized gay symbol today.

San Diego rescues cats, dogs from Hurricane Florence

Always at the ready, the San Diego Humane Society said on Thursday they rescued more than 100 animals from the floodwaters in Horry County, South Carolina after the effects of Hurricane Florence. 

The rescue crew was made up of San Diego Humane Law Enforcement officers who helped the Humane Society of the United States get the animals to safety. 

"Project Paracord" helps touring military men and women in the field

Paracord survival bracelets are made up of 7.5 feet of incredibly strong parachute cord service members can wear at all times.

Gay uncle and professional psychotherapist Matthew Dempsey isn't issuing an LGBT think piece on his YouTube channel this week, instead, he is turning his support to his family and their effort to make practical and tactical bracelets for the men and women in the military. 

Red Dress Party San Diego tickets go up in price Sept 1

The Red Dress Party San Diego is on Saturday, September 29 at the Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier.

Red Dress Party San Diego is a celebration that raises awareness and funds for organizations that serve the local HIV/AIDS community; but it's not your typical fundraising gala, this event is so much more.

Kids in need get supply-filled backpacks just in time for school

Backpacks filled with supplies are handed out to kids before school starts.

For over 30 years San Diego kids heading back to school have been given backpacks by the Imperial Court de San Diego. Over 500 backpacks were loaded with school supplies such as pens, notebooks, pencils, crayons, erasers, and other necessities were donated this year. 

Walk with San Diego Pride

I remember being teased for being gay when I was only in the 3rd grade. The words thrown at me from other kids telling me that the only future I had in front of me was one in which I contracted HIV, died of AIDS, and burned in hell for all eternity.