Social media has captured yet another display of alleged racism in a public space, this time coming from a CVS pharmacy in Chicago over the weekend. On the video the CVS manager is seen shaking as he puts a call through to local police after Camilla Hudson reportedly tried to use a phony coupon.
Early numbers are already showing that San Diego Pride 2018 may be breaking records. Pride Executive Director Fernando Lopez said on Saturday the number of festivalgoers was quickly approaching those of 2013's event which was also the same year marriage equality was made legal in California.
There's probably no greater suspense at a wedding than the time between the priest asking if anyone disapproves of the union and when he continues uninterrupted. That makes this viral video all the funnier when a drag queen makes a dramatic entrance during that moment denouncing the marriage in song.
Who says change can't happen overnight? Don’t tell that to singer/songwriter Danielle LoPresti and her wife Alicia Champion who made it happen in just a few hours along a stretch of California highway on their way to San Diego.