Pride Flag

  • Building Orders Woman to Remove Gay Flag, Allows Neighbors to Keep Decorations

    (EDGE) A woman from San Jose, Calif. is crying foul this week after officials from her building ordered her to remove a rainbow LGBT Pride flag, citing a policy against outdoor decorations, but didn't force neighbors to take down their Christmas decorations.

  • Group Launches First Ever Pride Flag Into Space

    Planting Peace, the rights activists responsible for painting a rainbow house across from the site of the homophobic Westboro Baptist Church, is at it again to claim space for the gays.

  • Nebraska man faces two years in prison for burning rainbow flag

    Omaha, Neb. (AP) – An Omaha man accused of stealing a gay pride rainbow flag and burning it has been found guilty.

  • OpEd: Pride is More Than a Flag

    Publisher’s Note: This unsigned SFGN editorial ran in our May 5 newspaper. I’ve decided to rerun it since Wilton Manors installed their permanent Pride flag last week. But this editorial is a reminder that pride is more than just a flag.

  • Pride Flag Installation Ceremony

    City officials will raise the Pride Flag permanently at Jaycee Park in a ceremony on Tuesday, May 24 at 6:15 p.m. City commissioners approved the permanent display of the Pride Flag at Jaycee Park, located across from city hall on the corner of Wilton Drive and Northeast 21 Court, as a symbol of the LGBT community and the impact it has made on the city.

  • Rainbow Flag Stomped Outside Congressman's Office

    U.S. Capitol Police are investigating an incident on March 15, in which a visitor to a congressional office building in Washington removed a rainbow flag hanging from the wall beside the door to the office of Rep. Alan Lowenthal (D-Calif.) and repeatedly stepped on the flag.