Attitudes and acceptance towards LGBT people have changed in recent years to be more tolerant. However, it was later removed from the draft Constitution. Discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity is illegal in Cuba. Historically, public antipathy towards LGBT people was high. This had eased since the s. Pride parades in Havana were held every May, to coincide with the International Day Against Homophobia, with attendance having grown every year until an abrupt cancellation of the march in
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In , the Red Sox won their first World Series championship in 86 years and won another championship in On October 21, , he resigned from his job in Boston to become president of baseball operations for the Chicago Cubs. He served as sports editor of the Yale Daily News. During his time as an undergraduate, he wrote letters to several teams expressing interest in working for them.
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It was Chicago Cubs against the Washington Nationals , and it was a remarkable game. In his first home start since joining the Cubs, Cole Hamels took the mound to face off against Max Scherzer. Through eight innings, the Nationals put up just a single run while keeping the Cubs scoreless. In the third inning, Murphy launched a home run into right-center field, landing just 20 feet in front of me. It may only be August, and the Cubs may very well have the best record in the National League, but this Cubs fan is ducking out just a bit early.
The Boy Scouts of America BSA , one of the largest private youth organizations in the United States, has policies which prohibit those who are not willing to subscribe to the BSA's Declaration of Religious Principle, which is usually interpreted as banning atheists ,  and, until January , prohibited all "known or avowed homosexuals ", from membership in its Scouting program. The BSA had contended that its policies were essential in its mission to instill in young people the values of the Scout Promise , or Oath, and Scout Law. The organization's legal right to have these policies was upheld by the United States Supreme Court. In Boy Scouts of America v.