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2014 Local Candidates for Hillsborough County
City of Tampa Domestic Partnership Registry
- Conference panelists discuss LGBT rights post-DOMA
- LGBT leaders set to gather in Denver for international conference
- Transgender Day of Remembrance: A Note on HumaniTy
- Senate confirms openly gay ambassador to Dominican Republic
- Michaud to attend Victory Institute’s annual conference
- Senate passes ENDA in historic vote
- Victory Fund celebrates big wins for LGBT candidates
- Ed Murray wins Seattle mayoral election
- Parker wins reelection in Houston mayoral race
- Illinois House passes marriage equality
- Israel Again Deals Gay Couples, Families Legislative Setback
- Putin Tightens Grip on Kremlin-Run News Agencies
- Redbox Picks Up 'Bridegroom' Despite Rule Against Documentaries
- Bryan Singer Announces News for Next X-Men Film
- WATCH: We Wish Every Coming Out Got a Hug-a-Thon Like This #AcceptanceMatters
- Antigay Think Tank Could Use a Copy Editor
- Third Cleveland-Area Trans Woman Murdered in Past Year, Prompting Concern
- PHOTOS: Brazilian Couples Get Married En Masse
- WATCH: The 12 Gayest Holiday Spectaculars, Ever!
- Op-ed: What I Didn't Learn in Catholic School
FBF Facebook page Feed Widget
- Our county's biggest city is the best for #GLBT Floridians! #Tampa
Tampa ranks first, St. Petersburg eighth among LGBT-sensitive Florida cities
Tampa ranks first and St. Petersburg eighth among Florida cities in a new report on how their local laws and policies treat lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents.
Breaking! The Senate just passed the Employment Non-Discrimination Act by a vote of 64-32! http://bit.ly/1aHzqmT
Gov. Rick Scott often rejects Florida Bar's lists of lawyers to nominate judges
TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott, seeking to bring the court system more in line with his conservative outlook, has repeatedly rejected lists recommended to him by the Florida Bar of lawyers seeking to screen candidates for judgeships.
- Thank you, Senator Bill Nelson!
Major Gay Rights Legislation Moves A Step Closer To Becoming Law
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) signed on as a cosponsor of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act on Monday night, meaning the legislation is just three votes away from being able to clear the 60-vote threshold in the Senate.