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The many faces and facets of Stu Perry, Ohio Valley Wrestling's first openly gay champ
Stu Perry is a local wrestler, openly gay man and a Christian. For the last six years, he has been a part of Ohio Valley Wrestling.
July 29, 2018
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Dick Leitsch, whose ‘Sip-In’ was a milestone for the gay rights movement, dies at 83
“His actions,” one historian said, “helped make it easier for a generation of gay people to come out and be openly gay.”
July 21, 2018
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Transgender high school graduates will train Lexington teachers
Crystal Hahn and Davey Pezzi, 2 trans students who graduated from Lexington KY high schools, said they struggled, but being LGBTQ in Fayette County Public Schools was a generally good experience. Now, they'll train Lexington teachers.
June 09, 2018
  
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Kentucky City Debuts First Pride Month Logo
Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau Launches New Initiative - To celebrate LGBT Pride Month, the Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau is debuting its first Pride logo this June.
June 01, 2018
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Catholic School Rejected Its Gay Valedictorian’s Speech. So He Gave It With a Bullhorn.
Christian Bales, who graduated Friday from Holy Cross High School in Covington, Ky., said he was told by school officials that his speech was too angry.
May 29, 2018
  
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Gay Man Denied Marriage License by Kim Davis Seeks Her County Clerk Job
He hopes to challenge the woman who two years ago told him "God's authority" prohibited her from issuing him a marriage license
December 07, 2017
  
  
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Kentucky Baptists threaten to kick out churches that think it's OK to hire 'practicing homosexuals'
The leader of Kentucky Baptist Convention warns that a fellowship group would be 'redefining sin' if it lifts ban against hiring homosexuals.
November 27, 2017
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Feds say rainbow crosswalks in Kentucky pose safety hazard
A rainbow-colored crosswalk honoring the LGBT community in Lexington, Kentucky, is a distracting safety hazard and should be removed, a federal official says.
November 16, 2017
  
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A gay man moved to Kentucky after a decade in the Castro: 'Now I'm in the closet politically.'
What happened when a gay man returned to the Southern city of his youth. 
November 08, 2017
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Pride Week: LGBT Center Celebrates 10 Years on Campus
Oct. 25 marked the start of Pride Week at U of L, with events scheduled through Nov. 7. The nearly two-week long celebration is an observance of the LGBT Center’s 10-year anniversary. On Monday Oct. 30, students gathered around the Red Barn to kick-off Pride Week with a resource fair featuring many of the LGBT Center’s partners.
November 03, 2017
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Seventh annual Louisville LGBT Film Fest returns to Village 8 this weekend
The Louisville LGBT Film Fest brings the latest and greatest in LGBT films — movies that might not have hit the big screens at the local megaplex.
October 20, 2017
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PHOTOS: Queer Eye on the South
This evening of art and conversation at the Speed Museum took place on September 28. UofL Professor Dr. Jongwoo Jeremy Kim and Curator Miranda Lash gave talks on queer artists featured in the “Southern Accent” exhibition. The event also served as a celebration for the UofL LGBT Center’s 10th anniversary.
October 13, 2017
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University of Louisville LGBT Center House Party Celebration
Guests gathered together for this celebration at the home of Karen and Steve Hall on August 31.
September 15, 2017
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Two Lexington gay icons will be topics of presentation
The lives of two of Lexington’s earliest gay figures will be explored in “True to Their Nature: The Lives of Sweet Evening Breeze and Henry Faulkner,” presented by Jonathan Coleman, founder of the Faulkner-Morgan Archives, at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Farrish Theatre, Lexington Public Library Central Branch.
August 23, 2017
  
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