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London's annual Pride parade got off to a bit of a bumpy and disappointing start.
A number of women representing a group calling itself "Get the L Out" moved to the front of the parade, blocking it from starting the march.
The group, whose website states is a collection of "lesbian and feminist individuals and organizations, opposing the increasingly anti-lesbian and misogynistic LGBT movement and the erasure of lesbians," was there to protest against transgender people and activism.
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'With this episode, they see a family that looks like our family.'
For the first time ever, Amanda Deibert's daughter saw something fantastic while watching Saturday morning cartoons:
A family that looked like her own.
Deibert, a Los Angeles-based writer, was just one of many parents reacting with excitement to a new episode of Disney's "Doc McStuffins" that featured an interracial family with two moms.
In the episode, the family lives through a scary earthquake and learns the importance of having a safety plan in case of emergencies. But it's the series' decision to feature a same-gender couple — voiced by actors Portia de Rossi and Wanda Sykes, who are both lesbians — that's actually groundbreaking.