• Mayor, Diplomats Join Gay Pride March In Greece

    THESSALONIKI (AP): Police say more than 6,000 people have marched through the streets of Greece's second-largest city, Thessaloniki, in its third gay pride parade.

  • 'Glee' Actor to Sing at Detroit Gay Pride Festival

    DETROIT (AP) — Andy Bell of Erasure and "Glee" actor Alex Newell are among the musical acts that will perform at this year's gay pride festival in Detroit.

  • 'Star Trek' Actor George Takei Leads Gay Pride Parade In Ohio

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) _ ``Star Trek'' actor and gay activist George Takei (tuh-KAY') kicked off a gay pride parade in central Ohio.

  • 'Star Trek' star, US Ambassador Tout Gay Rights

    NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power and "Star Trek" star Zachary Quinto joined forces Thursday to promote gay rights while commemorating the 45th anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Inn riots.

  • ‘One Human Family’ Celebrates Pride in Key West

    World class bartenders, real housewives, pool parties and all the heat and humidity the tropics can supply.

    Say hello to Key West Pride.

  • 3 Weeks in Jail for Man Who Disrupted Gay Marriage Arguments

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A protester who disrupted historic arguments over gay marriage at the U.S. Supreme Court has been sentenced to 21 days in jail.

  • 48 Hours in Brighton

    The train rolled into the English seaside village of Brighton just as it was getting dark. There was a noticeable change in the air from when I stepped onto the train in London. A little cooler and a little stronger; I could already pick up hints of salt in the air as I walked the mile to the shoreline from the train station.

  • 4th Annual Volusia Pride Set To Be Biggest Yet

    East Central Florida’s LGBT community will gather Oct. 24 at shade-covered Old Fort Park in New Smyrna Beach for the fourth annual Volusia Pride.

  • 4th Annual Volusia Pride Set To Be Biggest Yet

    East Central Florida’s LGBT community will gather Oct. 24 at shade-covered Old Fort Park in New Smyrna Beach for the fourth annual Volusia Pride.

  • 80,000 Party At Israel Gay Parade, Area's Biggest

    JERUSALEM (AP) — Shirtless Israeli men, colorfully dressed drag queens and others partied Friday through central Tel Aviv as tens of thousands of people took part in the city's annual gay pride parade, the largest event of its kind in the Middle East.

  • 9/11 Hero's Husband Returns Glamour's 'Woman of the Year' Award Over Jenner's Win

    A man who lost his wife on 9/11 returned Glamour's "Woman of the Year" award after the magazine honored Caitlyn Jenner last week, the Daily Mail reports.

  • A Permanent Pride Flag?

    Wilton Manors considers raising it all year long

  • A Tale of Two Prides in Barcelona

    Barcelona’s Pride Parade countdown begins among a divided LGBT population.

  • A&E: Your Pride Month A&E Guide

    Pride month isn’t just about parades and parties. Local arts organizations are celebrating LGBT Pride with concerts, exhibitions and more. Here’s your guide to what’s happening at South Florida stages and studios:

  • Activists In Dallas Fed Up With The Corporatization Of Pride To Hold Political March

    There’s a gay revolution brewing in Dallas, and it’s against an unlikely foe: the Pride Parade.

  • ADVERTORIAL: Pride Factory Celebrates 21st Anniversary

    The Pride Factory — the go-to shop for swimwear, clothing, sunglasses, health products and much, much more — is getting ready to celebrate it’s 21st anniversary. 

    Store manager Rocky Bowell has been with the store for 18 years and says that the store has done so well because they listen to what their customers want. 

    The store has gone from selling adult videos in its younger days to selling books, and now the Pride Factory offers a wide range of clothing, birthday cards and adult toys — the store has something for everyone. 

    In terms of clothing, the Pride Factory has a lot of brands loyal to the store. It is the only place in Broward to find brands like Addicted and Pump. 

    “For a store this size to be around this long in this community is a feat in itself,” Bowell told SFGN. “And we aren’t even located on the Drive.”

    The store, located at 850 Northeast 13th Street in Fort Lauderdale, has been leading up to its anniversary celebration by taking 21 percent off of random items throughout the store during March and giving away random items all month. 

    The anniversary celebration is being held in the store from 5 to 7 p.m. on April 2. There will be refreshments and food, and even some prize giveaways. 

    “We started asking vendors to send us stuff for our basket giveaways, like wine and munchies,” Bowell said. “We even have a $500 shopping spree.” 

    Be sure to check the Pride Factory leading up to their anniversary for deals on clothing, and come out to the party to meet with your community and for a chance to win prizes. 

    “We thank our customers for supporting us this long,” Bowell said. 

  • After Lesbian Couple's Home is Egged, Mass. Suburb Shows Support With Pride Flags

    (EDGE) A lesbian couple who live in Natick. Mass., about 10-miles west of Boston, was devastated after the Pulse gay nightclub massacre in June. To show solidarity for the LGBT community and those impacted by the Orlando attack, Lauri and Cari Ryding put up a Pride flag on their home.

  • Albania's Pride Event Will Go On In Spite of National Protest

    (AP) Gay rights organizations in Albania say they have been assured their annual pride event will not be hindered on the day when the opposition also has planned a national protest.

  • Anonymous Releases Names of Alleged KKK Members

    Hacktivist group Anonymous has started delivering on its promise to expose Klu Klux Klan members.

  • Anti-LGBT Group Dressed as Zombies, Infiltrates Toronto's Gay Pride

    (EDGE) Usually this kind of intolerance is reserved for America's Deep South.