In the wake of the nation's deadliest mass shooting — and the largest anti-LGBT hate crime in American history — Orlando residents responded with love.
Following on the heels of Portland Trans Pride the day before, Portland's main event was like a big hug for the whole community.
When the hateful Westboro Baptist Church announced its intention to picket the funeral of some of the gay Latino victims of the Pulse massacre in Orlando, the City Beautiful responded with love.
Portland Trans Pride has a unique voice, and this year it called out to support the victims in Orlando as well as stand up against all forms of gender tyranny.
David Furnish, the charman of the Elton John AIDS Foundation, on this (so far) unforgettable year.
Some say it’s passé to get a popular tattoo design. But in Orlando, coordinated tattoos have become a symbol of solidarity and support for those impacted by the massacre at LGBT nightclub Pulse.
Several thousand gathered in nearby Grove, Missouri, on Sunday, June 12, to march to the Transgender Memorial Garden as part of a vigil for victims of the Orlando nightclub massacre.