The topic of HIV/AIDS was the central theme of the Palm Beach County Democratic Women’s Club meeting Saturday, Oct. 3, in Lake Worth.
Dr. Howard Grossman is a long-time leader in the areas of LGBT health and HIV medicine. He recently relocated to South Florida, to practice internal medicine at Cleveland Clinic’s West Palm Beach location.
LGBT elderly people face huge setbacks when retirement age hits. By the time many older LGBT adults figure out their finances and long-term care, it’s usually too late. But Jana Panarites’ is fixing that with her Agewyz Podcast.
Jessica Blackman didn’t grow up knowing she was attracted to other women. But when Blackman met her wife, Katie Wright, she knew she was the one.
This origin story dates back to 1973.
Mason Phelps Jr. is a serious sportsman. The former Olympian and past president of the National Horse Show is also the founder and producer of the International Gay Polo Tournament.
Michael Grattendick admits it’s a scary time for the LGBT community in the current political climate.
Michael Woods has been in Florida his entire life, and as an openly gay teacher at Santaluces Community High School, he takes pride in working with LGBT youth.
To call Rolando Chang Barrero just “an artist” is an understatement. He is an outspoken activist for the South Florida arts scene, especially in Palm Beach County, where he has resided for the past several years.
Dr. Tia Jolie Phillips is an LGBT advocate, entrepreneur, musician and skilled aviator. She also has a Ph.D. in Holistic Natural Health & Nutrition. Dr. Phillips founded Jupiter Pride+ in 2016 following a series of teen suicides in the area.
When Councilwoman Tonya Davis Johnson ran her political campaign, she didn’t talk about being a lesbian.
Attorney Trent Steele is a legal warrior. Nicknamed ‘the Pitbull,’ Steele has spent more than 25 years at the forefront of legal actions involving LGBT rights in Palm Beach County. The Palm Beach County Human Rights Council board of directors routinely calls upon Steele to assist people victimized by businesses, schools and government.
Quirky and colorful, fierce and fabulous, the Pajaro Pride Wall Project is a collaborative artistic vision driven by South Florida artist and activist Rolando Chang Barrero.
From our media partner Sun Sentinel: Another day, another in the long line of rulings shattering Florida's same-sex marriage ban. But the decision in Palm Beach County Tuesday represented a smaller crack in that ban than previous ones.
With more than 1.5 million people, Palm Beach County has a larger population than 11 states.
(SS) Palm Beach County wants to be reimbursed for the cost of protecting president-elect Donald Trump at his South Florida oceanfront estate.
The LGBT community is constantly being portrayed in the media in a negative light.
Addiction is painful. Recovery is rough. While addicts in recovery focus on the big picture, it can be the little things that get in the way and make them feel like they’re spinning their wheels.
Pride flags unfurled from buildings, crowds lined the streets, and couples said “We do!”
Yoli Mayor, a Cuban-American Miami native, was the headliner for this year’s Palm Beach Pride.
Music, food, and a fabulous parade are returning for the 30th Anniversary of Palm Beach Pride.
Rolando Chang Barrero has done a lot for Palm Beach County, so perhaps that’s why readers voted him as the Best LGBT Activist, Best Artist, and his art gallery in West Palm Beach won for Best Art Gallery.
The Palm Beach County School Superintendent announced he would pull two children’s LGBT books off the shelves in order to review them in light of the new “Don’t Say Gay” bill Gov. Ron DeSantis recently signed into law.
Palm Beach County Democratic Party celebrated its 18th annual Truman-Kennedy Johnson Gala.
Palm Beach County Human Rights Council has announced the winners of the 2021 Daniel S. Hall Social Justice Scholarship.
At the start of May, Palm Beach County Human Rights Council announced the winners of the annual 2022 Daniel S. Hall Social Justice Scholarship.
More than 125 supporters of the Palm Beach County Human Rights Council joined the LGBT rights organization for an evening of appetizers and drinks at the National Croquet Center last week.
Conversion therapy is now legal again in Boca Raton.
The Palm Beach County Human Rights Council’s annual Winter Fete took place April 10 at the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens raising a record amount for the local LGBT rights organization — more than $90,000.
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