In 1977, Florida Citrus Commission spokeswoman Anita Bryant got a Dade County referendum passed that made LGBT people second-class citizens. In response, local activists boycotted OJ and created the Pride Parade and Rally. And although it took two decades, they were able to get the antidiscrimination ordinance reinstated and regain some rights — all but marriage and adoption. The parade and rally originally organized against Bryant... More >>>