While times are changing for LGBT people, we still face the threat of violence simply because of who we are. On International Day of Homophobia and Transphobia, we remember some of the most high-profile victims of hate.
In May alone, seven trans women have been stabbed by men on the street or in their homes, with almost no arrests made.
Paul Wettengel is accused of punching and grabbing the victim after yelling transphobic and homophobic slurs.
BreakOUT!, an LGBT youth of color activist group in New Orleans, has put up a new billboard commuters can't ignore.
The gay couple who were attacked reveal new details in a TV interview.
High school administrators remain unresponsive to repeated attacks, they claim.