Now the number of those bars has been been more than cut in half. We're the ones who need to leave. I truly feel it's because we're a gay couple. I-4 Ultimate workers injured in fall days after safety review, police say Traffic. And we're the ones who pay the price. It starts from the top down. Port Orange resident Chris Kaplan said that while there are events across the state for the LGBT community, it becomes more difficult to get plugged in if it isn't a large city like Orlando.
We don't discriminate against anybody.
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View the discussion thread. Kaplan said there are different events and get-togethers that are LGBT-friendly, but that usually means she has to go elsewhere to be a part of them. We don't discriminate against anybody. Rywant said that the area's LGBT community had at one time been open to everyone, drawing people together as one. It starts from the top down. She said that while the culture is more accepting than when she was growing up, there are still people who need that local support, whether that means working through discrimination they have faced in the past or talking with their family about coming out. ClickO on the Go:
And because June is LGBT Pride Month, it can be easier to find events happening, but it's during the other 11 months of the year that some residents would like to see more. This whole culture is very finger pointing and divisive and hateful. This Florida 7-year-old is smashing track and field records Sports. Video shows man licking doorbell; Daytona in… Getty Images Trump declares national emergency to get border wall. Lacey said he returned to the table and the group decided to leave. Vhynni Pickens, who is also known as Brittani Michaels, grew up in Volusia and has been an entertainer since