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Entering to sustained applause at a recent event held at the Brooklyn Public Library, Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, had left behind his suit jacket, but had not yet rolled up his sleeves. That came later when he left the stage in the library’s Dweck Center to sit at a small table in the lobby and autograph copies of “Shortest Way Home: One Mayor’s Challenge and a Model for America’s Future,” his autobiography, for a standing room only crowd that packed the center. Comments (3)
Candidates running for public advocate have strongly touted their records on LGBTQ issues in a last-minute push to court progressive votes ahead of the anticipated February 26 special election to replace Letitia James, the state’s new attorney general. Comment
Bronx City Councilmember Ruben Diaz, Sr., is targeting a pair of his LGBTQ colleagues and finding new ways to blame them for what he says is gay political power, marking yet another twist in the homophobe’s seemingly unending public meltdown. Comments (1)
Out gay Bronx City Councilmember Ritchie Torres is mulling a potential run for Congress, he confirmed to Gay City News on Thursday. Comments (1)
The state of Arizona’s specialty license plate program, which donates proceeds to nonprofit organizations, is directly funneling money to the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), a far-right legal nonprofit that has spent years defending homophobes in court and rallying against LGBTQ rights advances. Comment
Bronx Councilmember Ruben Diaz, Sr., donning his signature cowboy hat, sat defiantly in his dimly-lit district office in the Bronx on Monday afternoon while he was bombarded by news reports and tweets over his recent homophobic comments. Comments (6)
As anticipated, the New York City Council voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday to dissolve the committee chaired by Bronx Councilmember Ruben Diaz, Sr., in response to his recent homophobic comments about the LGBTQ community’s control over the city’s lawmaking body. Comment
Local elected officials and advocates braved the snowy conditions outside City Hall on Tuesday morning to demand the resignation of Bronx Councilmember Ruben Diaz, Sr., who remains defiant in his refusal to step down or even apologize for his recent homophobic remarks. Comments (1)
Disgraced Bronx Councilmember Ruben Diaz, Sr., doubled down on his homophobic comments about LGBTQ members of the City Council and barreled forward with more insensitive tweets on Sunday, prompting many of his furious colleagues to call for his immediate resignation. Comments (2)

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