With their talk of the devil at work in LGBT advances, both had proved an embarrassment to the Republican Party.
The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee is trusted far more than her Republican opponent, according to a new poll.
The candidate gave a simple "yes" when asked if he plans to vote for Clinton in November.
The move comes after years of work by LGBT activists.
In the days of Gerald Ford and Anita Bryant, Anthony Sullivan and Richard Adams gave a big middle finger to authority.
Activists rallied Wednesday for repeal, while the Charlotte public schools make a trans-inclusive move.
While we mourn the tragedy at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, let us remember that homophobia in Florida didn't spring up overnight.