A variety of LGBTQ groups and organizations issued statements mourning the loss of life following a mass shooting at Club Q, a gay bar in...
Club Q, a popular LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs, thanked "the quick reactions of heroic customers that subdued the gunman."
Marjorie Taylor Greene's awful, transphobic comments, directed at Assistant Secretary of Health, Admiral Rachel Levine, were not taken down by Twitter.
A Wyoming biker bar came under fire on social media for selling T-shirts promoting the shooting of gay people as a "cure for AIDS."
Students laughed and encouraged the "sickening" act, which occurred during Ridgeline High School's Diversity Week
Study shows the escalation from transphobic comments to calls for violence and genocide
The Ohio Republican Party called her comments "utterly unjustifiable"
Matthew Mason said his estranged mother's rally is "white supremacy masquerading as straight pride"
The BeVisible wall was created to help the city's LGBTQ residents feel more connected
Bill is part of a group of anti-LGBTQ measures billed as the "slate of hate"
The rainbow house, owned by Planting Peace, was also shot at at least 7 times
Judy Shepard blasted Donald Trump's campaign, saying he "should never be our president"
Another message to Toronto Pride called homosexuality "a disease of the mind"
Victim questions whether attack was fueled by HB 2's elimination of Charlotte's pro-LGBT ordinance
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