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Trans pride flag flies in solidarity high over Hillcrest

Trans Flag flies high over Hillcrest after word of gender redefining memo from Trump administration.

In support of San Diego's transgender community, the Hillcrest Business Association, at the behest of the community, has raised the trans flag in Hillcrest. 

Its presence is in response to an article written in the New York Times that brought to light a memo from the Trump administration to redefine gender and nonbinary people.

Anti-gay group suing library over drag queens reading to children

Libraries across the country have made storytime more fun by having local drag queens read to kids. 

But this program is not something conservative Christians find enlightening and they have fought to have them discontinued. 

An extreme haunt in Ohio accused of simulating sexual assault on men

For a few male guests at a Halloween haunt in Ohio, things got too extreme after one of the actors allegedly simulated rape on them.

Sarah Lelonek and her boyfriend Ryan Carr were attending Fright Fest at Kim Tam Park in Akron.

During the tour Lelonek says she witnessed one of the employees at the event dressed in a pig mask simulate rape on Carr. 

Gay teen asks straight friend to homecoming and it's a viral hit

"Something clicked inside and inspired me to actually ‘ask Erick’"

An Orange County, CA., gay high-schooler asked his straight best friend to homecoming and their story has spread across the internet. 

Alexander Duarte, 17, goes to Santa Ana Valley High School and had been planning on asking his best friend Erick Pineda to the homecoming dance.

Police investigating graffiti against gay CA politician as hate crime

An openly gay Redwood City Council candidate, Jason Galisatus, is not being deterred by what appears to be homophobic hate speech he found spray painted on a fence in front of his apartment on Thursday, Oct. 11. Police are investigating the vandalism as a hate crime. 

Nicole Murray-Ramirez: "Let us never ever forget"

Let us never ever forget that 20 years ago on this day, Matthew Shepard, A young student at the University of Wyoming was beaten, tortured, and left to die

This week marked the 20th commemoration of the torture, lynching and ultimate death of Matthew Shepard. The 21-year-old was tied to a barbed wire fence and left to die on a cold Wyoming night. 

Nicole Murray-Ramirez, Queen Mother I of the Americas, has released a special message on this day of remembrance.

Mormon church believes Satan behind trans and gay marriage advocacy

LDS leader: marriage between a man and woman is essential to His eternal plan.

If you're gay or transgender the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS) thinks Satan is to blame, at least that's the assertion coming from Dallin H. Oaks, first counselor in the First Presidency of the church. 

Oaks says the Devil “seeks to confuse gender, to distort marriage, and to discourage childbearing, especially by parents who will raise children in truth."

The Georgia Street Bridge is now open

The historic Georgia Street Bridge is once again open to the public.

After two years of retrofitting, the Georgia Street Bridge is once again open to the public.

The historic landmark located in North Park just outside of Hillcrest has been under construction for over two years. It was supposed to be completed in November of last year, but that was extended to spring of 2018 and is only now tread-worthy.