Reinaldo Arenas, (born July 16, 1943, Oriente, Cuba — died Dec. 7, 1990, N.Y., U.S.), was a Cuban-born writer of extraordinary and unconventional novels who fled persecution and immigrated to the United States.

October is LGBT History Month, and I could write, as I have in the past, about the long history of LGBT parents, arguably going back to Sappho (7th-6th century BCE) and Alexander the Great (4th century BCE).

(LA Blade) A colorful wall mural in Dade County has attracted the ire of municipal authorities who say the mural, which includes a child of color reading a book, a verse from a Maya Angelo poem, and an LGBT Pride rainbow symbol, violates building codes.

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