Nadine Smith

Equality Florida

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Executive Director of Equality Florida, an LGBT advocacy group based in St. Petersburg, Florida

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A Florida girl who just turned 18 has refused to accept a plea bargain on charges of lewd and lascivious battery, stemming from her admitted and ongoing sexual relationship with…

Lesbian Teenager Faces Statutory Rape Charge

A Florida girl who just turned 18 has refused to accept a plea bargain on charges of lewd and lascivious battery, stemming from her admitted and ongoing sexual relationship with…

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