Intermountain Northwest

PrideDEPOT.com goes into hibernation and editor moves on

Oct 28th, 2009 | By | Category: Idaho, Intermountain Northwest, National, News, Top Story

As many of you have already noticed PrideDEPOT.com has gone dormant for the past several months and I would like to tell you why and what will be coming next. This year my family has gone through some great challenges that have resulted in a fundamental change in focus. In mid April while at a [...]



Gay kiss arrest sparks ‘Kiss-In’ protest at SLC Mormon Temple

Jul 21st, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Intermountain Northwest, News

Matt Aune, 28 and Derek Jones, 25, a gay couple, were detained July 8, 2009 by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints security. The couple was walking across the Temple plaza on their way home from a nearby concert while holding hands, the couple stopped and Aune kissed Jones on the cheek. LDS [...]



KBCI TV-2 gets call from GLAAD and responds to PrideDEPOT report

Jun 30th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Idaho, Intermountain Northwest, News

TEST Yesterday PrideDEPOT.com received an email letter from Yvonne Simons, News Director of the local CBS affiliate KBCI Channel 2, shortly after she was contacted by the regional GLAAD office. GLAAD received a complaint on KBCI’s coverage of a “gay sex sting” story in addition to reading our story, “KBCI TV-2 manufactures ‘gay news’ for [...]



Bend Oregon has 5th annual gay pride celebration

Jun 28th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Intermountain Northwest, News

BEND, OR – In a community of about 80,000 people, around 100 LGBT citizens and allies gathered at Troy Field in downtown Bend Oregon on June 27th to celebrate Gay Pride. This marks the first year events were held in a city park directly downtown. An enthusiastic crowd was on hand to gather information, listen [...]



Fischer dehumanizes trans murder victim Angie Zapata

Apr 21st, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Intermountain Northwest, News

Bryan Fischer’s contempt for Zapata is clear in his absolute defiance and refusal to acknowledge, or refer to, her as woman. Fisher goes on to misrepresent Colorado law in order to justify blaming the victim for her own murder.