"I'm sure there's some woke organization mentally ill enough to help you with your event," said the message from former president Jeff von Rotz.
Tucker Carlson held a Twitter poll earlier this week calling for monkeypox to be renamed and almost 40 percent of participants voted for "schlong covid."
Russian lawmakers introduced a bill this week that targets LGBTQ+ messaging, while some pro-Putin figures have recently made homophobic statements.
Noah Ruiz, 20, says three men attacked him after he used the women's restroom at a campground in Ohio.
Warden Wayne, actor in the upcoming fan-made movie "Spider-Man: Lotus" has apologized for his past "homophobic" and "racially insensitive" comments.
Police arrested 31 members of Patriot Front before they allegedly planned to disrupt an LGBT event in Idaho.
"I finally have my first son in law, and hopefully I will soon have two more. Maybe someday even a daughter in law if sissypants here mans up," his dad said.
In his Sunday sermon, Pastor Dillon Awes of the Stedfast Baptist Church said that all gay people in America should be "lined up" and executed.
Monkeypox has been labelled a "gay disease" in countries from the U.S. to Iraq, triggering fears of more stigma for LGBTQ+ people.
"According to God we should hate Pride, not celebrate it," Shelley said at a city council meeting.
"I'm not a homophobe, I just don't want to deal with this at my wedding," the bride-to-be said.
A pastor at a fundamentalist church in Texas has again drawn attention for making inflammatory remarks aimed at the LGBTQ community.
Lamar raps candidly on "Auntie Diaries," from his recently released album "Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers," as he discusses his journey with homophobia.
While on the plane, the woman asserted that the U.S. was turning into China and called Elon Musk a "king."
Reddit users branded the man's sister a "bully" and criticized his parents for not stepping in.
"You can't claim that you're targeting marginalized kids in the name of 'parental rights' if another parent is standing up to say 'no,'" she said.
"As a general rule, if someone is OK with another person's bigotry, they are supporting bigotry," one user commented.
"There's no easy road to oppose fascism and homophobia" said Disney co-executive producer Marc Femenella regarding Florida's "Don't Say Gay" bill.
The director of the Broadway revival of Richard Greenberg's "Take Me Out" talked to Newsweek about the production and what has and has not changed in 19 years
The famous play, which officially premiered in 1996 and won three Tonys, four Drama Desk Awards and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, adapts "La Boheme" for the HIV/AIDS crisis.
The "Empire" star is currently being held in a cell by himself, with constant monitoring by guards and cameras, per an approved request by his attorneys.
Erick Salgado says his views have changed over the years and vowed to support all immigrants in New York City.
"She's asking you to be straight for a day," one person wrote. "It's homophobic."
"Y'all have got to find another way to communicate to your base," state Representative Ramon Alexander told his Republican counterparts on Wednesday.
"God loves you for who you are. Those who say they love God, but hate their brother, are liars," the local archbishop said.
The 28-year-old asked for advice online in a popular post after telling his niece about her grandparents' actions towards him.
Hundreds of criminal cases could be in jeopardy after a Los Angeles Times investigation revealed offensive texts sent by several Torrance police officers.
"Empire" star Jussie Smollett is currently standing trial amid accusations he orchestrated his own alleged racist and homophobic attack.
Lawyer Tamara Walker accused the presiding judge of "physically lunging" at her and asked for a mistrial. The judge denied her motion.
Former "Empire" star Jussie Smollett is currently on trial, facing accusations that he staged his own racist attack on the streets of Chicago.