Muhammad Gay Kiss Among Charlie Hebdo Cartoons

Muhammad Gay Kiss Among Charlie Hebdo Cartoons

A cartoon of the prophet lip-locked with the magazine's editorial director was no doubt high on the list of resentments attackers used to justify killings in Paris.

15 Brutal Attacks That Show Anti-LGBT Hate Is Still Very Real

15 Brutal Attacks That Show Anti-LGBT Hate Is Still Very Real

LGBT people were attacked, harassed, and brutalized this year, but very few states in the U.S. specifically classify these assaults as hate crimes.

Teen Suspect Found in Fatal Shooting of Transgender Woman

Teen Suspect Found in Fatal Shooting of Transgender Woman

Police are looking for two other suspects in connection to what they call a "robbery gone bad."

Filipina Trans Woman's Alleged U.S. Marine Murderer Granted Trial Suspension

Filipina Trans Woman's Alleged U.S. Marine Murderer Granted Trial Suspension

During the 60-day delay, Filipino advocates have high hopes for a review of the Visiting Forces Agreement, which has allowed the U.S. to remain involved in U.S. Marine Joseph Scott Pemberton's custody.

Ban Proposed on 'Gay Panic' Murder Defense in N.J.

After 25 Years, DNA Leads to Arrest in Trans Woman's Murder

After 25 Years, DNA Leads to Arrest in Trans Woman's Murder

Carla Salazar's murder was a mystery for 25 years, until advances in forensics finally led police to a suspect — the first arrest by a new task force focusing on cold cases.

Three Philly Gay-Bashing Suspects Will Face Trial

Three Philly Gay-Bashing Suspects Will Face Trial

Judge Charles Hayden ruled that the prosecution had sufficient evidence to try the suspects beginning January 6.

Suspect Charged in Shooting Death of Ga. Trans Woman, But Media and Police Still Get It Wrong

Suspect Charged in Shooting Death of Georgia Trans Woman

Keymori Shatoya Johnson was shot to death two weeks ago, but local police and media have been reluctant to publicly identify her as a trans woman and possibly consider her murder a hate crime.

Philippine Government Charges U.S. Marine With Murder of Trans Woman

Philippine Gov't Charges U.S. Marine With Murder of Trans Woman

After being turned over to Filipino authorities in October, U.S. Marine Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton now officially faces murder charges for the brutal strangulation of Filipina national Jennifer Laude.

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