"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.
Washington, who was famously let go from the ABC drama "Grey's Anatomy" for using a homophobic slur, told Fox News on Wednesday why he left the Democratic party.
Focus on the Family founder James Dobson has argued gays and lesbians can be cured and find "wholeness in their newfound heterosexuality."
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."
The college president called the parade a "perversion" and an "affront to the wonderfully pied beauty of our affirming and diverse commonwealth of learning."
"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."
The community "is standing together to reject this group and what they represent," said Max Reed of the Modesto Non-Violent Collective.
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."
"If you buy the argument of Hands On Originals, they can do anything they want in the name of religion," said Ed Dove of the Lexington Human Rights Commission.
"This is not an easy conversation for a lot of people who have, frankly, been brung up in a certain way and are struggling to get on to the right side of history," the openly gay presidential candidate told CNN.
"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.
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."
"@MagnumIceCream your advert comparing the potential to be killed if you're gay to the guilty pleasure of eating a Magnum is disgusting, racist and homophobic. Please withdraw it immediately."
Rev. Robert E. Fowler Sr of Victory Missionary Baptist Church has lumped homosexuality in with adultery and child molestation.
The Tony-nominated musical tells the story of an Indiana teen barred from bringing her girlfriend to the school dance.
"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.
Lopez said it was "alarming" that parents were allowing 3 and 4 year olds to identify as transgender.
"When you're a kid... you don't know anything about sexuality yet," said the 45-year-old actor and TV personality. "You're just a kid."
Democrat and GOP state officials denounced a UW College Republicans tweet and the group president's warnings that conservatives—including President Donald Trump—are embracing the "cosmopolitan, GloboHomo agenda" of the left.
"I have undergone a massive shift in regard to my faith in Jesus," says Josh Harris, author of 'I Kissed Dating Goodbye.'
LGBT advocates are calling for the resignation of Rafi Peretz, appointed by prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu in June.
"Vernon has just said something that LGBT carats will hold close to their hearts for a long time," said one Twitter user.
"As a Catholic I can not participate in propagating an ideology contrary to my faith," said the ex-employee, who worked at an Ikea in Warsaw.
In a statement Denny's said it "does not tolerate discrimination of any kind" and it expects customers to treat people equally.
John Martin is lead pastor at Alabama's Lighthouse Baptist Church in Alabama, which calls homosexuality "sinful perversions." He told parishioners he had "an affair" with an underage boy.
The FBI and the Massachusetts bomb squad responded to the glitter threat. They determined the letters to be a legal use of the postal service and declared there's no threat to the public.