by Jack Jenkins Jun 13, 2016
“Initially there is the horror that human lives were taken, and then the horror that queer lives were so dispensable, and then the horror that one of my identities [Islam] might get attacked as a result.”
by Josh Israel Jun 13, 2016
Longtime opponents of LGBT rights were quick to blame the gunman's "radical Islamic" ideology, but were notably silent on the role their own hateful rhetoric has played.
by Lauren C. Williams Jun 13, 2016
"We celebrate our diversity. We know that it makes us stronger, and moves everyone forward."
by Justin Salhani Jun 13, 2016
Banning Muslims or bombing countries where they reside also won't deter ISIS or other extremist groups, and it certainly won't eradicate homophobia in the Middle East or in the United States.
by Laurel Raymond Jun 13, 2016
Vigils supporting the LGBT community cropped up around the world.
by Evelyn Anne Crunden & Adrienne Mahsa Varkiani Jun 13, 2016
Many commentators have said that the attack had more to do with Islam than the shooter's own views on LGBT rights, but that doesn't explain these condemnations from Muslim leaders.
by Bryce Covert Jun 13, 2016
Florida has no laws protecting LGBT people from employment, housing, or credit discrimination.
by Zack Ford Jun 13, 2016
Radical Islam does not explain the violence LGBT people experience in the United States.
by Carimah Townes Jun 12, 2016
Donald Trump is already seizing the opportunity to push his Islamophobic rhetoric.
by Aaron Rupar Jun 12, 2016
Gun control wasn't the only topic ignored.