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Wednesday, December 11, 2019


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Father Abandoned Son on Side of Highway Because He Thought He Might Be Gay

Haines City Police Department A Florida man has been charged with three counts of negligent child abuse after abandoning his juvenile son on the side of the highway because he thought he might be gay. Bay 9 News reports: “The boy, whose age was redacted, was dropped off in front of the closed police department with a small duffel bag with several pieces of clothing, according to police. The boy had no food, water, or money with him. An officer dispatched to the location said the boy was very upset...
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‘Homophobic’ Anglican priest who ‘hates gay people’ used his position to sexually abuse other men

An Anglican priest, who founded a church based on his opposition to gay people and same-sex marriage, used his position to sexually abuse other men. Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian Environment, or GRACE, was called in by St Peter’s Anglican Church in Tallahassee, Florida, to investigate allegations of sexual abuse by Eric Dudley.  Dudley left his position as rector of St John’s Episcopal Church in 2005 after the church hired an openly gay priest. He announced his resignation by saying that he could not stand the “deeply unrepentant...
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Experience Key West Like a Local with Cabaret Superstar Randy Roberts

Whether it’s the tropical climate, the welcoming atmosphere, or its independent spirit, Key West has long been a haven for artists, performers and creatives. It’s not uncommon to spend an evening sharing drinks with an author, a painter or even Cher. Okay, it might not be the actual Queen of Comebacks, but, if you’re lucky, you might find yourself belly up to the bar beside Key West’s cabaret superstar, Randy Roberts. SPONSORED POST A master entertainer, Roberts has been delighting crowds with his performances as Cher, Bette Midler and more...
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Florida politicians introduce bills for LGBTI non-discrimination protections

Two Florida politicians introduced new bills protecting LGBTI people in the state from employment, housing, and public accommodation discrimination on Tuesday (22 January). Senator Darryl Rouson and Representative Jennifer Webb, both Democrats, introduced the legislation in their respective chambers. House Bill 485 and Senate Bill 430 seek to amend the Florida Civil Rights Act of 1992  by adding sexual orientation and gender identity to the list of identities protected from discrimination. This legislation is also known as the Florida Competitive Workforce Act. According to reports, both bills are expected to receive bipartisan...
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