PFLAG: Monthly Support Meeting

By : KathleenHarper
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PFLAG: Monthly support meetings in the Downtown Orlando area for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) people, their parents and families, friends and allies. 7-9 p.m. the third Wednesday of the month, First United Methodist Church of Orlando, 142 E. Jackson St., Orlando, free, pflagorlando.org.

PFLAG: Monthly Support Meeting

By : KathleenHarper
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PFLAG: Monthly support meetings in the Downtown Orlando area for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) people, their parents and families, friends and allies. 7-9 p.m. the third Wednesday of the month, First United Methodist Church of Orlando, 142 E. Jackson St., Orlando, free, pflagorlando.org.

PFLAG: Monthly Support Meeting

By : KathleenHarper
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PFLAG: Monthly support meetings in the Downtown Orlando area for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) people, their parents and families, friends and allies. 7-9 p.m. the third Wednesday of the month, First United Methodist Church of Orlando, 142 E. Jackson St., Orlando, free, pflagorlando.org.

PFLAG: Monthly Support Meeting

By : KathleenHarper
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PFLAG: Monthly support meetings in the Downtown Orlando area for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) people, their parents and families, friends and allies. 7-9 p.m. the third Wednesday of the month, First United Methodist Church of Orlando, 142 E. Jackson St., Orlando, free, pflagorlando.org.

Miss Tora’s Drag is O-Town Show

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Miss Rose Dynasty 2019 Miss Tora will be hosting her Drag is O-Town show.

Tora will be raising money for One Orlando Alliance. Within days of the Pulse tragedy, local LGBTQ organizations and community leaders in Orlando saw a need to come together, and formed a unified alliance of 18 LGBTQ+ service organizations. One Orlando Alliance and empowers LGBTQ+ organizations in Central Florida. Central Florida serves as the model of nonprofits, businesses, philanthropies and government institutions working together to create a safe, welcoming and inclusive community for all LGBTQ+ people.

Tora, Momma Ashley Rose and many of their Friends will bring you an evening of fun an excitement!

This show is fun for all ages!

Seating is limited so get your tickets today!

$20 Online (online closes August 23rd)

$30 At The Door   

50% of Ticket sales go to One Orlando Alliance.

PFLAG: Monthly Support Meeting

By : KathleenHarper
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PFLAG: Monthly support meetings in the Downtown Orlando area for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) people, their parents and families, friends and allies. 7-9 p.m. the third Wednesday of the month, First United Methodist Church of Orlando, 142 E. Jackson St., Orlando, free, pflagorlando.org.

Paintball shooting in Lake Eola linked to potential LGBTQ hate crime

By : Jeremy Brener
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ORLANDO | Police are investigating a possible hate crime at Lake Eola Park in Orlando after several LGBTQ individuals were attacked by a paintball gun being shot from a moving vehicle on July 27. The attacker also shouted homophobic slurs at the victims.

One Orlando resident, who asked not to be identified by name, was shot in the leg with paintballs while playing the popular app game “Pokemon Go” with a friend at Lake Eola Park. He also says that a lesbian couple in the park told him they were also hit with paintballs.

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An Evening with Judy and Dennis Shepard

By : Maia Monet
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This year marks two decades since the tragic murder of Matthew Shepard and the national attention his death brought to hate crimes against LGBTQ people. The onePULSE Foundation teams up with the Matthew Shepard Foundation for this intimate conversation with Matthew Shepard’s parents, Judy and Dennis Shepard, and Pulse owner Barbara Poma. Tickets are $175 each and are available by searching the event name at Eventbrite.com.

Gay-friendly Apple weighs North Carolina despite LGBTQ laws

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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Gay-rights advocates are divided on whether to cheer or bemoan a potential marriage between the state of North Carolina and one of the global corporations most friendly to LGBTQ workers and causes.

Feelings remain raw over North Carolina’s so-called bathroom bill, which prompted a boycott campaign. Many advocates remain frustrated that a legislative compromise that put an end to the controversy still allows discrimination against them.

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Gay-friendly church in North Carolina suffers more vandalism

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — A gay-friendly church in North Carolina’s largest city has been vandalized again.

Media outlets reported that officials with Wedgewood Church in Charlotte said the front doors were spray-painted with a misspelled, derogatory phrase late Tuesday or early Wednesday.

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