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Roughly a Dozen ‘Gays for Trump’ Protestors Showed Up at Charlotte Pride

Charlotte Pride organizers declined a request to allow Republican LGBT group Deplorable Pride a “Gays For Trump” float in their 2017 parade.

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News
A Fight Is Brewing Between Trump-Supporting LGBT Groups Ready To Protest Charlotte Pride

The conservative organization ‘Deplorable Pride’ has taken to Facebook to call out both ‘Gays For Trump’ and Log Cabin Republicans.

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Politics
‘Gays For Trump’ Denied Entry into the Charlotte Pride Parade

A pro-Republican group called Gays for Trump applied to have a float in the Charlotte pride parade, but they were denied and now plan to sue

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Politics
Charlotte, N.C., Government Fears Retaliation for Pro-LGBTQ Legislation

The mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina expressed worry that her state’s GOP would destroy her city government for being pro-LGBTQ.

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Business
North Carolina GOP Cocks Up its Repeal of Transphobic Bathroom Bill

The state’s Republican-led legislature really fucked up something that should have been super easy. It’ll come back to bite them soon enough.

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News
Whoa. North Carolina Might Actually Repeal Its Anti-Trans Law

North Carolina might repeal its anti-transgender bathroom bill, but it could come at the cost of denying cities their rights to pass pro-LGBT ordinances.

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Politics
NC Governor’s Friends Are Shunning Him Over His Anti-Trans Law

Not only has Pat McCrory’s state lost $395 million as a result of his signing a transphobic law, now his friends have started treated him like garbage.

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Politics
NBA Pulls All-Star Game From North Carolina Over HB2

The NBA has just announced they will not hold the 2017 All-Star Game in Charlotte, North Carolina. The reason? House Bill 2, of course.

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Books
Japanese LGBTQ Kids Learning About Gay Life From Comics

When certain topics aren’t covered in classrooms, where else can you go to learn? For some queer Japanese kids, the answer is comics.

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