When Florida Citrus Commission spokeswoman Anita Bryant got a Dade County referendum passed in 1977 to repeal an anti-discrimination ordinance and make LGBT people second-class citizens, local activists organized a Pride Parade and Rally. Almost 20 years later, they helped reinstate the ordinance. Gays still can’t adopt in Florida or get married, but they can’t be segregated like subhumans. And the Pride Parade and Rally that organized against... More >>>