Podcast: Pulse Nightclub Becomes National Memorial, Bakery Gets Hate Over Pride Cookies

In this episode of The Randy Report podcast:

• Pride proclamations are back as President Biden recognizes June as LGBTQ Pride Month.

• Days before the anniversary of the Pulse Nightclub shooting, Congress designated the site of the former nightclub as a national memorial.

• Sexually active gay men will now be able to donate blood in the U.K. beginning Monday. New eligibility criteria went into effect on World Blood Donor Day, June 14.

• A 22-year-old gay man was brutally attacked and tortured in Brazil. The assault prompted a fierce outcry as hate crimes rise in the country.

• A bakery in Texas experienced hideous homophobia for saying ‘Happy Pride.’ And then the internet stepped in and made us all proud.

• Eli Lieb’s new single, “Boys Who Like Boys,” is the perfect anthem for Pride Month.

All that and more in this episode of The Randy Report

Randy Slovacek

The Randy Report covers the daily news cycle in terms of politics, pop culture and entertainment news of interest to the LGBTQ community.

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