The video showing a teen attempting to tear down the pride flag multiple times before giving up has gained over a million views.
Ikea Canada has designed not just one, but 10 couches for Pride 2021—though there are some who are not completely sold on the Bisexual Sofa.
Companies need to acknowledge the growing divide between what many businesses are doing for Pride Month and what the LGBTQ+ community actually needs.
The ACLU of New York condemned police for bringing "escalation and violence" to the LGBT event after disorder broke out on Sunday, June 27.
Bryce Dershem said that school administrators forced him to take out all mentions of his queerness and eating disorder treatment during the speech editing process.
The reparation fee for white attendees is a way for the organizers to keep the event free for minority LGBTQ attendees, the event's webpage said.
Police said their investigation found that the tragedy was likely not intentional but a horrible accident that was caused by the driver's health ailments.
One person has died and another seriously injured after a truck drove into a crowd of people at an LGBTQ parade on Saturday.
"We're now living in an age where people feel empowered to go out and deface a synagogue, or a mosque or this week, a memorial to the LGBTQ pride community," said Rand Hoch, president of the Palm Beach County Human Rights Council.
When his 73-year-old neighbor came out as gay and did not receive support from his family, one dad decided to take action.
The 71-year-old was later arrested by Saskatoon police after he knocked over barricades while volunteers painted a Pride crosswalk.
The Florida Department of Transportation said the colors were shut off because they violated regulations and cited the Jacksonville Transportation Authority's lighting permit for the Acosta Bridge that requires state permission for a temporary color change from its normal blue.
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"Governor DeSantis has a desperate desire to be president of the United States," the Pulse nightclub shooting survivor said. "He has been seeking the sort of things that he's going to create an image around."
Most U.S. cities celebrate Pride month in June to commemorate the anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, which took place in 1969.
Students and parents of the Fort Bend, Texas middle school reported to news outlets that the teacher "lost control."
Mart Crowley talks about his landmark 1968 play "Boys in the Band," which went from a succès de scandale to mainstream entertainment.
New Yorkers documented the heartwarming scene on social media.
A later-in-life conversion to Catholicism started the argument.
Charles Busch has a loyal following, one that has followed him from the East Village to Broadway and now to the West Village in his latest hit, "The Confession of Lily Dare."
The current Broadway production of "The Inheritance," the two-part six-and-a-half-hour play by Matthew Lopez "that is inspired by the novel 'Howards End' by E. M. Forster" has potential audiences asking: Do you see both parts in one day or over two days?
The Reading restaurant opened on October 10. But LGBT+ rights groups expressed concerns about the company's donations to anti-LGBT groups.
State Rep. Anna Eskamani jokingly added that she was open to "dialogue" about her face being put on other objects.
The community "is standing together to reject this group and what they represent," said Max Reed of the Modesto Non-Violent Collective.
Harris stunned the evangelical community last month when he announced he was "falling away" from his religion. "By all the measurements that I have for defining a Christian, I am not a Christian."
"I am making sure Modesto is not a place for hate speech," says Matthew Mason, whose mother, Mylinda, is one of the organizers of a straight pride slated for August 24.
Police in London are investigating a possible hate crime attack at a Pride event.