Screened Out – FFF’s An Act of Love

By : Stephen Miller
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While celebrating their 25th year, the Florida Film Festival is also celebrating the LGBTQ community. In their quarter of a century, the festival has always added diversity and inclusiveness to the act. Everything starts Fri. Feature lengths kick off Sat., Apr. 9. Here are a couple LGBTQ-focussed films.

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Tide commercial throws a gay wedding and gets everyone talking

By : Jeremy Williams
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Tide has a new commercial out and it is attacking the bigotry of the conservative Christian right.

In the commercial, a pair of grooms walk up to a church dressed in tuxedos. A conservative looking church lady stands out front and as she sees them approaching says, “How offensive.”

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Reba on attending her first gay wedding, the ‘practicality’ of LGBT rights and being a proud redhead

By : Chris Azzopardi
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Even by phone, Reba McEntire makes you feel right at home. “Thanks for the visit; I’ve enjoyed visitin’ with you!” the singer drawls, wrapping up our conversation as if a reporter had just stopped by for buttered grits and a cup of hot coffee.

A music, television, film and theater superstar with a trove of prestigious awards, Reba is enormously famous. But you wouldn’t know it by talking to her; she comes across more like a friend.

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Indiana pizza shop threatened on Twitter, coach fired

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DUNLAP, Ind. – A northern Indiana school district says it has fired a coach who tweeted about burning down a pizza shop after its owners said they wouldn’t cater a gay wedding because of their religious beliefs.

Concord Community Schools Superintendent Wayne Stubbs confirmed to The Goshen News that Jessica Dooley was terminated on April 20. Dooley was the head coach of the girls golf program and also an assistant coach with the softball and girls basketball programs.

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West Point chapel hosts first gay wedding

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Cadet Chapel, the landmark Gothic church that is a center for spiritual life at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, hosted its first same-sex wedding Saturday.

Penelope Gnesin and Brenda Sue Fulton, a West Point graduate, exchanged vows in the regal church in an afternoon ceremony, attended by about 250 guests and conducted by a senior Army chaplain.

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