The absence of six words in Jacksonville’s human rights ordinance gives business owners the right to refuse service to a gay man, allows a landlord to not rent to a transgender person, or give the freedom to a boss to fire his lesbian employee.
Jacksonville – When Equality Florida’s Action PAC released its list of recommendations on candidates running for office in Jacksonville there was one noticeable exception—openly gay candidate James Eddy.
In December Randal Coffman was kicked out of his apartment, just outside of Jacksonville. Coffman said he was evicted because he is gay, and he’s got the video to prove it.
Jacksonville – A gay Jacksonville man is released from jury duty after he refused to serve because he didn’t feel comfortable in the Duval County courthouse.
About 750 people packed a gymnasium at Edward Waters College for the second of three “Community Conversations” on a proposed human rights ordinance for the city of Jacksonville.
The most populated city in Florida is now secure for LGBT people.
A Jacksonville woman was misgendered by authorities, leading the announcement of her murder to be delayed a week.
When Laverne Cox contemplated suicide, she planned to leave a note in her pocket listing her name, preferred gender, pronouns and the fact that she should be referred to as a woman.
Jacksonville – The debate over an LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance in Jacksonville swerved down a dark and disturbing road when a speaker attempting to fight the proposal confessed to molesting children.