In 1977, Anita Bryant ran a successful campaign to repeal a ban on employment and housing discrimination against LGBT people in Florida's Miami-Dade County.
Rapper DaBaby has been criticized after comments he made at Rolling Loud Miami on July 25 were circulated on social media.
The Mexican soccer federation has been fined on 15 separate occasions since 2015 for failing to curb the chant.
A lawsuit claims that a Ceres, California police officer made "repeated gestures" towards his gun while threatening a gay teacher who had reported instances of homophobia at his school.
A spokesperson from Twitter told Newsweek that the move was made due to "repeated violations" of the company's rules.
"Like the song is literally about gay sex what y'all want me to do play the piano while baking a cake?" Lil Nas X wrote in a tweet, responding to his critics.
Kasser said Bergstein specifically names her same-sex partner "56 times for no relevant reason" throughout their divorce filings.
Matt Putorti announced his candidacy against Rep. Elise Stefanik last week; the openly gay candidate announced his run during Pride month.
The country rap rock star is coming under fire for using a homophobic slur on Twitter for the second time in a few days.
"It's maddening to think that during PRIDE MONTH, we still have to watch our backs in areas like Hanlan's that have served as an enclave and safe haven for the queer community for as long as some of us can remember," the page read.
The singer allegedly used a homophobic slur in response to being recorded on a cell phone at a concert.
The women claimed that they were told by a customer service employee that "all the couples we know are a man and a woman."
In 2006, Howald shot a dog to death at a public campsite, tore off its head with a chainsaw and threw its head at the dog's owners.
The video showed the aftermath after the group allegedly made the request at a Sacramento pool.
"If evangelicals don't change, they pose an existential crisis," Anthea Butler said.
Pastor John Sherwood was arrested last month in West London after complaints about allegedly homophobic comments he made during a sermon on marriage.
Former VisuWell CEO Sam Johnson insisted that a viral video showing him appearing to harass a teen boy wearing a prom dress was taken during an encounter that was not "anything personal or involving a dress."
A middle school administrator was caught in a viral video harassing people in a restaurant as his wife complained about a transgender woman using the restroom.
A high schooler has caused an internet firestorm after he was caught on video dismantling a school's rainbow flag.
Prince Charles visited Jesus House two days after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Oprah Winfrey interview—but campaigners tell Newsweek he should apologize due to past comments by a pastor.
Most national and international LGBTQ rights groups consider Donald Trump to be the most anti-LGBTQ president of all time.
Chance Seneca has been charged over the attack during which Holden White awoke in a bathtub filled with blood and water.
The former baseball star and vocal conservative playfully dissed men who wear dresses and drive electric cars.
"There's a reason there are only 3 people left in @paramore. surprise, haters, it ain't cause of me," frontwoman Williams tweeted Wednesday.
Idaho is being sued for continuing to enforce a "crimes against nature" law that was used to criminalize consensual gay sex.
Brennaman, who works for Fox Sports Ohio, was suspended for making an on-air slur on a hot mic before reading a promo during a game.
The couple's problems are due to a 2017 re-interpretation of a 1952 immigration law that is also affecting other same-sex families.
Tim Gaskin was identified as the man filmed aiming homophobic and racist abuse at customers and workers inside a Marshalls department store in Campbell, California.
The bakery told local media outlets they decided to fill the order without adding the customer's requested homophobic message.