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The owners of 'My Old Kentucky Foam Brewery' in Georgetown say they were shocked when they received a 2-page letter explaining in detail why they shouldn't have displayed a Gay Pride flag in the brewery’s window.
For the first time in its history, Lexington's Pride Festival is adding a second day of festivities.
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Lexington's Pride Festival is Saturday and to celebrate Pride Month one nearby catholic church has put out a sign saying all, including those in the LGBTQ community are welcome and encouraged to join its parish.
Lexington is one of 41 cities to earn an "All-Star City" designation in the Human Rights Campaign's annual Municipal Equality Index scoring.
The family-friendly event is scheduled for June 24th, 2017 in the downtown courthouse plaza in Lexington, KY. This is the ninth year we’ll be in this high-profile and vibrant venue for the event.
The city says it is a way to make the downtown more vibrant and draw attention to the city's diversity and make this busy intersection more visible.
The 49 victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting were on the minds of many Sunday during anniversary ceremonies across the country.
A divided Kentucky appeals court panel has ruled that a Lexington business did not discriminate against an organization by refusing to print T-shirts for a gay rights festival.
The cooler weather outside maker for a perfect opportunity to get out of the house and participate in southern and eastern Kentucky's fall cleanup campaign, Roadside PRIDE.
Of course the attacks in Orlando and the possible threat to the LA Pride Fest are on the back of everyone's mind but as you can see the energy is lively here and for many they say their pride is even louder.
The attacks in Orlando and the possible threat to the LA Pride Parade are in the back of everyone's mind at Lexington's Pride Festival. But the energy at the festival, in downtown's courthouse plaza, is lively and for many they say their pride is even louder.
Josh Mers, the head of Lexington Fairness, says waking up to the news was heartbreaking. It's especially heartbreaking after gay days were just celebrated in Orlando and in the month of June when pride is celebrated throughout the nation.
The lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community says they have a special reason to celebrate this year at the annual pride festival.