Vandalized Pride Flag Replaced With 100s + More LGBTQ News

New Mexico man replaced his vandalized Pride flag with hundreds of rainbow flags

Some news items you might have missed:

TikTok: After an anonymous homophobe tore up his two Pride flags displayed for Pride Month, Albuquerque resident Addison Foskey decided to replace his vandalized Pride flag with hundreds of rainbow flags. Folks, you can try but you can’t kill the rainbow.


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♬ We’re Not Gonna Take It – Twisted Sister

PinkNews: A 29-year-old man got candid on the popular subreddit r/AmITheA**hole and asked if he should have come out at his sister’s wedding, after a stream of incessant homophobic comments plagued him throughout the event from various family members.

Washington Blade: Plans were announced this week to open the Stonewall National Monument Visitor Center (SNMVC) in the summer of 2024. Located just steps from the historic Stonewall Inn,  it will be the first LGBTQ+ visitor center within the National Park Service (NPS).

Peacock: Check out the trailer for the ‘conversion camp’ horror flick They/Them starring Kevin Bacon. The film lands on Peacock August 5.

“When a group of LGBTQ+ campers arrives at Whistler Camp, they are promised a “new sense of freedom” by the end of the week. But as the counselors attempt to psychologically break down each of the campers, a mysterious killer starts claiming victims, and they must reclaim their power if they’re going to survive the horrors of the camp.”

AP News: Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL), who heads up the Senate GOP elections committee, told reporters he does not support the anti-LGBTQ language  recently approved by Texas Republicans (which calls being gay “an abnormal lifestyle choice”) for their state party platform.

HuffPost: Georgia GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker said during an interview that Stacey Abrams, the Democratic candidate for governor, should move to move to another state after she criticized the state of health care in Georgia: “Why don’t you leave ― go to another? There’s, what, 51 more other states that you can go to?”