The murder of a gay black man named Melvin, who sometimes wore women's clothing to work, is Detroit's third homicide of an LGBT person in 2015.
That's one of the images that came up at a conference promoting celibacy for Catholics with 'same-sex attractions.'
At a meeting scheduled before the latest murder of a transgender woman, Detroit police pledged their commitment to the safety of LGBT people.
A university student was found shot and killed in an area notorious for hate crimes against transgender women.
Satanists unveiled a statue of Baphomet in a secret ceremony, despite Christian protests.
Thomas Banks of Michigan posted a message accusing his pro-LGBT company of 'endorsing and promoting sodomy.'
Cortney Bogorad says an innocent trip to the bathroom ended with public humiliation and injuries from being physically thrown onto the street by a security guard.
Even after cleaning up their street, a gay couple in Detroit say their local mailman won't include their home in his regular route.
Christin Howard says he was posing for a photo with friends when a group of young men began shouting homophobic slurs, then punching and kicking him.
The victim's body was found in a trash can behind a bar; her identity remains unknown.