Florida: same-sex marriage ruled legal August 21, Despite being home to gay-friendly Disney World, Fort Lauderdale, and scores of left-leaning retirees, Florida is just as well-known for its ultra conservative politics. As recent assame-sex adoption was still illegal — thanks in large part to Anita Bryant and her homophobia-disguised-as-Christian-concern Save Our Children campaign.
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Already numbering in the hundreds, the rubber duck collection of openly gay state Assembly Speaker-elect John A. Perez D-Los Angeles is about to be flooded with more featherless friends. Even before Monday's ceremony, Perez, 40, has been receiving rubber ducks from well-wishers. At last count the plastic bath toys numbered more than
Matt Helm is a fictional character created by author Donald Hamilton. Published between andthe 27 books in the series portrayed Helm, who acquired the code name "Eric" during his secret wartime assignments, as jaded, ruthless, pragmatic, and competent; the series was noted for its between-books continuitywhich was somewhat rare for the genre. In the later books, Helm's origins as a man of action in World War II disappeared and he became an apparently ageless character, a common fate of long-running fictional heroes.
Hayes went for the gold as part of the freestyle relay team at the Olympics and managed to parlay that fame into a Vanity Fair cover with Raquel Welch along with his other Grossbusters, as the media dubbed his teammates. He later became the first Olympic gold medalist to compete at the Gay Games in and the first American Olympic gold medalist to come out publicly in Jack Mackenroth as part of this list?
Updated: August 8, am. Brennan Co. A lifelong La Crosse resident who graduated from Aquinas High School, Matt said he grew up with strong connections to the river, a bond that continues today.
I'm supposed to go flying over New Zealand's South Island with the director of the world's largest guidebook company, but I'm feeling haggard. There was a retractable roof, a lot of Red Bull and vodka, dancing and yelling, and a video of a man in a wingsuit tearing through narrow canyons. I left the last place—I think it was the Boiler Room—before Houghton did.