"The history of drag is a long and winding road," Doonan told Newsweek about the history of drag.
"Duka and Koski's beliefs about same-sex marriage may seem old-fashioned, or even offensive to some. But the guarantees of free speech and freedom of religion are not only for those who are deemed sufficiently enlightened, advanced, or progressive."
"I'm deeply hurt and offended that someone felt the entitlement to ruin and tamper with personal property with hate speech," said Renee Gerrish.
"It is clear conversion therapy targeting people who are LGBT is rooted solely in discrimination and hate without any scientific evidence," one expert told Newsweek.
"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 announcement of a religious-freedom bill comes three months after rugby player Israel Folau was fired for claiming "Hell awaits" gay people.
Members of the Future Farmers of America reportedly shouted slurs at attendees and followed them into the parking lot of Frontier High School in Bakersfield, California.
Larry Johnson warned of the NFL and the NBA's "effeminate agenda" in a series of tweets. Johnson has been arrested multiple times for violence against women.
Peter Meijer, a Republican candidate for Congress in Michigan, canceled a performance by the group Drag Syndrome because people with Down syndrome are "special souls" who need to be "protected."
In 2009, Phillip Todd Wilson tried to ban books with "homosexual content" from the Montgomery County High School.
"LGBTQ issues have been largely left out of the 2020 presidential primary conversation so far," said GLAAD's Sarah Kate Ellis. "This forum will bring these important topics to a national audience for the first time in this election cycle."
Jerri Ann Henry, the first female executive director of the organization, resigned after the LGBT Republican group endorsed Donald Trump.
Performers had already begun withdrawing from "From Chopin to Gershwin," sponsored by an organization with ties to Gazeta Polska, a Polish magazine claiming the LGBT rights movement has "all the features of a totalitarian ideology."
"He hit me two times in the head and then hit my face against the mirror. And then [he hit me] a couple more times to my face," said the victim of the attack, caught on classmate's phones.
Bowles appeared on "America's Most Wanted" multiple times and made the FBI's Most Wanted List just days before being brought in for questioning.
Judi Brown is suing a Circle K convenience store in Bolingbrook, Illinois, claiming she was subjected to slurs and invasive questions about her anatomy.
"Bachelor in Paradise's inclusion of Demi Burnett's coming out story and her journey to accepting her queer identity is groundbreaking for the series." GLAAD said in a statement.
Pastor Barry Baker of Gracewood Baptist Church told the couple their "unbiblical lifestyle" was against "God's original design."
"We are excited to pass and enact the Inclusive Curriculum Law in 2019 [in] the 50th anniversary year of the Stonewall Riots," said Brian C. Johnson, CEO of Equality Illinois.
Paxton Singer, a former youth pastor at Harvest Bible Chapel in Aurora, asked the teen for naked photos, inquired about his sexual habits and requested the two spend the weekend together.
A Times reporter claims Epstein told him "criminalizing sex with teenage girls was a cultural aberration and that at times in history it was perfectly acceptable."
The 78-year-old Oscar-winner was recently fired from the Broadway-bound play "Tea at Five," reportedly for lashing out at crew members.
In a now-deleted Facebook post, Smart came out, and said that he was divorcing his wife; he said coming out was a "huge relief"
YouTuber Soph was reportedly removed from the site after telling gay people they should "feel free to excommunicate yourself from the gene pool and commit suicide by super bacteria."
"For every time that someone in the church has hurt you because of who you are or who you love, we are deeply sorry; we hurt with you."
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."
Mary Rowland has been called "a rare bright spot" among Trump's many anti-LGBT judicial picks.
The debunked practice is currently only banned for minors in 18 states, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C., while adults can legally be offered the service in all states and jurisdictions.