LGBTQ Fresno

KampOut 2023

Well, it’s summer time, and we all know what that means… yes… Kampout is coming! Ttime to get out of the heat and head up the hill to our beautiful site across from Texas Flat Campground. If you’re like me, you can’t wait to get out of the heat and relax by a creek. The […]

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Speak up at City Council Meeting

Clovis City Councilmember Diane Pearce has continued her attacks on the LGBTQ community! Several community members are calling on the Clovis City Council to set policies to prevent hateful rhetoric while using their official board member title. The board currently has no policy preventing these acts, so they can hot hold her accountable. There is

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Give OUT Day is here!

We’re again participating in Give OUT Day, the only national day of giving for the LGBTQ community. This 24-hour online fundraising event brings together the LGBTQ communities and their allies across the United States. Give OUT Day 2023 is taking place on June 28, 2023, from 12:00 am to 11:59 pm Eastern Time. The marathon

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Fresno county supervisors “Investigating” library’s pride displays

LGBT Fresno has been contacted regarding Fresno County supervisors Steve Brandau and Nathan Magsig visiting multiple Fresno/Clovis library locations to make complaints and request modifications to their pride displays. Also, asking for “alternative viewpoints” to be posted alongside these annual pride displays. Library officials have also been contacted by Paul Nerland, Fresno County Administrative Officer.

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Starbucks vs Pride

A union representing Starbucks stores in 21 states claimed that workers were instructed by their managers not to decorate for Pride Month, sparking controversy. Starbucks denied that this represented corporate policy and called it an outlier decision by local leaders. In neighborhoods synonymous with Pride, such as Manhattan’s Chelsea and Greenwich Village, rainbow displays were

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