Here is everything we covered this week in San Diego Gay and Lesbian News.
Dominating the news this week was the white supremacist's "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. One woman died after a white nationalist rammed his car into a counter-protestor crowd.
A Twitter handle named "Yes, You're Racist" was created to out the alt-right extremists after they made anti-Semitic and homophobic remarks.
A whole New York town received fliers pinpointing a neo-Nazi resident who attended the Charlottesville rally, the accused says his "life is over" there.
Nazi sympathizer and viral poster boy for the rally, Peter Cvjetanovic, immediately went on the defense to say "I'm the not angry racist they see in that photo."
Rallies across the nation took matters into their own hands and began to dismantle Confederate effigies destroying them such as this one in North Carolina. San Diego had its own Confederate landmark which was uprooted in Horton Plaza.
A woman in North Carolina spotted one of her neighbors with a Nazi flag hanging over his porch and questioned him about it in his driveway and caught the whole thing on video.
A tearful white nationalist made a YouTube video in which he says he scared because there is a warrant out for his arrest after he threatened "violence" with a gun in Charlottesville.
In local news, a man scaled a billboard in Mission Hills but came down peacefully before being sent to the hospital for evaluation.
Thirty-five years ago, Pink Floyd released the movie "The Wall," which has striking similarities in its narrative to things going on right now in America.
In response to the hate and violence that took place in Charlottesville, a United Intersections of Justice Rally against Hate will be held beneath the Pride flag in Hillcrest on Sunday.
Potty-mouthed kids talk racism and the Confederacy in this re-issued NSFW video.
Jinx Mirage is super excited for the week: he talks about Martinis Above Fourth, Overdrive and other fun things to do in the community in "Out & About."
Our theater critic Jean Lowerison reviews the Andrew Lloyd Webber classic "Evita."
A bed and breakfast in Italy had a restroom sign which delineated between women, men and "gays."
Clay Aiken apologizes for ever coming to Trump's defense after his neutral remarks about Charlottesville.
Bonnie Tyler is going to have a "Total Eclipse of the Heart" when she performs the song on Aug. 21 during the actual solar eclipse.
Boris is a lovable cat at the San Diego Humane Society that is looking for a great home like yours.
Click HERE to find out how to win a $50 gift certificate to Martinis Above Fourth and enjoy all the A-List entertainment coming to San Diego.
Obama tweets about Charlottesville, making it the most liked tweet in history.
Watch this wonderful video about San Diego Pride 2017 from Rich's Nightclub.
HEALTH, WELLNESS & SPORTS
The Trump administration could take away LGBT medical protections in the near future, but LGBT organizations say they are ready to fight if they do.
UPCOMING FEATURED EVENTS
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