Guitarists Paul Landers and Richard Kruspe were seen moving towards one another before kissing during a performance of "Aüslander."
Modesto City Councilmember Kristi Ah You told CBS13 that she doesn't believe the permit should be issued because the organizer's message is little more than hate speech.
The website previously promoted an event called "Chechnya's Comeback"—urging readers to find and attack gay people. More recently, it has published the details of activists and journalists, campaigners say.
New York police say they have arrested the man responsible for burning three rainbow pride flags during two separate incidents outside a gay bar in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan.
"Vernon has just said something that LGBT carats will hold close to their hearts for a long time," said one Twitter user.
"Baylor thinks if they ignore the problem, that it's going to go away. But that's not the generation that we live in anymore," one alumna said.
""It really started to shape up as something where the entire environment around the library would be something that we thought we just weren't gonna be able to control the risk."
Pastor E.W. Jackson, a Baptist minister, praised the Trump administration for rejecting requests from U.S. embassies to fly the gay pride symbol on their flagpoles this month.
On the third anniversary of the Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlando, Florida, when 49 people were killed by a gunman, survivor Brandon Wolf calls on us to honor them with activism.
"Just because you are the LGBTQ, or whatever it's called, community doesn't mean I have to suck it up and support it," said the Pct. 1 commissioner in Corpus Christi.
One commenter asked, "How fragile must your ego be to think you're oppressed when you're the majority?"
On Tuesday, Tinder announced plans to roll out its Sexual Orientation update, a major addition to the platform developed in collaboration with GLAAD.
"LGBTQ people deserve to live, work, raise families, and succeed just like anyone else ," Gillibrand wrote.
"The fact that, legally, some people are at the mercy of the hatred and bigotry of others," wrote Swift, "is disgusting and unacceptable."
"This new policy could threaten anyone seeking medical care in this country, but will fall particularly hard on women and LGBTQ patients," said Nancy Northup, president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights.
Pete Buttigieg dismissed President Donald Trump's compliments about his marriage to a man, remarking that he'd rather see Trump enact actual policies which benefit LGBTQ Americans.
What stories get told? Whose experiences are uplifted? These questions help us identify who is truly valued by society. Whose lives really matter?
"Society cannot and should not accept this behavior," the deputy is accused of writing on Facebook.
"I guarantee they would love to see you or me punished or put in jail," the pastor said of LGBTQ activists.
"These candidates are so desperate for headlines they're going to the nth degree," Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade said.
"The House will continue to fight this discriminatory action, which has no place in our country," said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. "We will never allow hate and prejudice to dictate our national security."
"Our beliefs are not here to be changed," a speaker told protesting parents and pupils.
Nikki Joly is a well-known activist in the Jackson, Michigan, LGBTQ community.
"It probably won't be long before they're burning rainbow flags in people's yards."
The book features a romance between two gay bunnies and spoofs a book created by Karen Pence and her daughter.
In her video apology, Gabbard admitted that she "forcefully defended" her father and his cause but has since "changed her views."