A British actress was cast in the lead role of a musical production of The Color Purple until anti-gay Facebook posts she made surfaced. Now she's suing the theatre and her agency for religious discrimination.
A 16-year-old Tennessee student killed himself after being outed as gay or bisexual by online bullies, according to his family.
The incident comes amid what campaigners describe as a "culture of violence" against transgender people in the U.S..
"They were punching us. They were kicking us," the victim recounted. "We were both down on the ground. We weren't able to defend ourselves."
"I just had an amazing idea," Tina Fey, a UVA alum, says in a new public-service annoucement. "Stop doing that."
Sean Cormie and his boyfriend, Gary Gardner, attended service to make Cormie's family proud. Now they want the church shuttered for good.
"I'm deeply hurt and offended that someone felt the entitlement to ruin and tamper with personal property with hate speech," said Renee Gerrish.
Seth Dunlap, host of New Orleans station WWL-AM's "The Last Lap," wrote an essay about the recent controversy over Saints quarterback Drew Brees' relationship with Focus on the Family.
A note addressed to the mother of Callum Hodge claimed it was "the consensus of the village" that he and his partner should have their wedding reception "far, far away from the village."
"Hatred will not stop us—it shows us more and more that we need to stand taller, shout louder and love harder," read a statement from the LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada.
The college president called the parade a "perversion" and an "affront to the wonderfully pied beauty of our affirming and diverse commonwealth of learning."
In 2009, Phillip Todd Wilson tried to ban books with "homosexual content" from the Montgomery County High School.
The community "is standing together to reject this group and what they represent," said Max Reed of the Modesto Non-Violent Collective.
"A retailer that once promoted organics and clean food is now saturated in absolute filth," the organization claimed in a recent action alert.
"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.
Jessie Goodman's father's dying wish is for his son to sing "The Anchor Holds" at his funeral, which he wanted held at Lee's Chapel Baptist Church.
Tinder hides LGBT users' profiles automatically to avoid police entrapment via the app in countries where being gay is illegal.
A member of Nivea's longtime advertising agency says the skincare brand balked at an image of two men touching hands.
Kiev's Pride Parade saw around 8,000 people take to the streets in support of LGBT rights.
Kendall Brown and Mindy Rackley said they were told their rehearsal dinner was being canceled out of "love" because they were "in an unhealthy relationship."
"It's got to be unthinkable for us even to consider putting a homosexual in the White House as our next president," right-wing Christian radio host Bryan Fischer said.
It's not the first time anti-gay protesters have crashed one of Buttigieg's political events.
A majority of Americans are either enthusiastic or comfortable with a gay presidential candidate, marking a massive swing in favorability since 2006.
Pence engages in "attacks on people who are different from himself," Warren said.
"But they're going to win if you don't host the Oscars."
"He posted a MEME.. And everyone got offended... so he responded."
"The police said LGBT individuals are not a social group, and for that reason you can't stoke hatred against them," said Anna Plyusnina, a lawyer with an LGBT Resource Center in the country.
Only a minority of Russians regard LGBT activists as people who "do not pursue destructive goals," according to the survey.
A Portland police officer allegedly told the couple that "being mean" is not against the law.