Some good news for those who live in San Francisco! Gay saunas and bathhouses could return to Golden Gate City quite soon as the local authorities have finally relaxed an AIDS-epidemic era law, which banned them from the city. Earlier this week, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to abolish the restrictions on saunas. They hope this decision will also help to revive the economy after the coronavirus pandemic.
Randy Thomas, a U.S. citizen born in the state of Tennessee, was one of the fierce opponents of marriage between people of the same sex, but then decided to marry himself. The active struggle against homosexuals came to that part of Randy’s life when he was vice president of Exodus International.
A historic gay bar located in Laguna Beach, California was attacked last week. Several bottles filled with what seemed to be an accelerant were thrown to destroy the hangout. The owner thinks it was made on purpose and views the incident as a hate crime.
Have you ever heard of Ketchikan? This Alaska town is famous for the world’s biggest compilation of Native American totem poles. But there is another good reason why Ketchikan is in the public eye now. The city stood up against discrimination after a local business had turned a homosexual couple away.
Televangelist Paula White continues to organize public gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic. The pastor (and a popular TV personality!) is going to hold an in-person event to support Donald Trump when coronavirus is on the rise in Georgia. The future campaign event features notorious anti-LGBTQ radicals.