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Handwritten letter to neighbor by trans boy inspires them both

Trans neighbor inspires boy who lives in an unsupportive household.

A transgender teen looked to his neighbor for inspiration after she made the trans flag a permanent part of her curb appeal at her Salt Lake City home. 

Audrey, a trans woman, flies the flag and it got noticed by a young neighbor she has never met. 

Camp No Counselors’ LGBTQ & Friends Weekend returns to LA

Camp No Counselors LGBTQ & Friends Weekend Returns to Los Angeles Oct. 5-8

Going to camp was fun as a kid, but there was only so much you could do as a child under the watchful eyes of those micro-managing camp counselors. But thanks to the ingenious minds behind the weekend getaway called Camp No Counselors you can go back and relive all the fun and excitement as an adult. 

The winner of 4 tickets to WTF? Locker Room announced

SDPIX presents  WTF? Locker Room on Saturday, September 1, 2018, from 9 pm and after-hours until 4 am.

The winner of the SDPIX contest for entry for four (plus two drinks apiece) to  WTF? Locker Room at Rich's on Saturday,  September 1 has been announced. 

Congratulations to Jonti Shepherd who along with three other friends will experience a night so unique they might never be the same. 

YouTube personality says he was sexually assaulted at UK Bear event

“Don’t f***ing touch me. Don’t ever f***ing touch me, unless I invite you to."

Editor's Note: The person who is the subject of this story has been receiving death threats and harassing messages. Therefore we have removed his name from this story and he has already removed the video from YouTube.

Empress Jose Julio Sarria remembered on fifth anniversary of his death

City Commissioner Nicole M. Ramirez has called Jose Julio Sarria "The Rosa Parks of the Gay Rights Movement."

This past weekend Commissioner Nicole Murray Ramirez flew to San Francisco to attend memorial events on the fifth anniversary of the death of LGBT activist Empress Jose Julio Sarria. 

In 1961 Sarria, a World War II veteran, made history when he became the first openly gay candidate to run for public office (San Francisco Board of Supervisors).