The LGBT community needs to look no further than Florida when it comes to the promotion of equality. A human rights campaign not only marked Florida above the national average, four cities got perfect scores.
A Miami organization that helps victims of sex trafficking is one of four nationwide to receive a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice.
Fort Lauderdale has been named the “Destination of the Year” by the 2014 ManAboutWorld Editors’ Choice Awards, recognizing it as the top spot in gay travel.
The City of Doral has become the latest South Florida city to approve domestic partnership benefits for city employees.
A South Florida lesbian who wants to get married to her new partner needs a divorce from her former partner. However, she can’t be located and because Florida is constitutionally banned from recognizing the relationship, she can’t get divorced.
A 73-year-old Miami man, who is also a registered sex offender, faces charges of attempted second-degree murder, arson, and committing a hate crime after he allegedly tried to burn down a home with two women and eight children inside because the women are lesbians.
Among South Florida’s best Gay-friendly beaches are Smathers Beach, Haulover Beach, Ft. Lauderdale Beach, Lummus Park Beach (South Beach)
There’s been a big move in the fight to allow same-sex couples to marry in the State of Florida.
The Panthers team is one of the first teams to incorporate a new “You Can Play” project that was introduced by the NHL.
The Florida Panthers may be struggling on the ice, but when it comes to bringing fans to the BB&T Center, the Cats organization thinks out of the box becoming one of the first teams to incorporate a new “You Can Play” program that was introduced by the NHL.