A brand of homophobia widely seen during the AIDS crisis persists.
The former NFL quarterback interrupted his Bahamas vacation to see Rodney Sumter, his high school teammate and now a bartender, one of the 53 wounded in the nightclub shooting.
The owner of Pulse is among those expected to help lead Sunday's march, which coincides with the one year anniversary of the marriage equality ruling by the Supreme Court.
While not dismissing or confirming reports the Orlando gunman had engaged in same-sex relationships, the A.G. declared "this was clearly an act of terror and an act of hate."
The man told Univision that Omar Mateen's motive was not "terrorism" but rather a revenge attack on Puerto Ricans.
Anti-LGBT, racist trolls continue to come out of the woodwork to criticize LGBT people and call for more of their murders.
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