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The United States Has Had 154 Mass Shootings So Far in 2018

That amounts to almost one mass shooting per day this year.

Judy Garland Still a Gay Icon 49 Years After Death

The queer community still keeps Garland close at heart and looks forward to the 2019 biopic starring Renée Zellweger.

80 Photos of Twin Cities Pride Building Bridges

Twin Cities Pride began in 1972, consisting of 50 people in Loring Park. A half-century later, an estimated 300,000+ attended.

Demi Lovato Opens Up About Relapse in Candid Single 'Sober'

The singer, who describes her sexual orientation as "fluid," is worried about disappointing her fans. 

Hundreds of Protesters Block Pittsburgh Street After Police Shooting

Protesters blocked a major roadway following the shooting death of 17-year-old Antwon Rose.

Pride Is Everywhere: Including the U.S. Navy

Pride flourishes even on a battleship in the Pacific.

'Love, Simon' Wins Best Kiss at MTV Movie Awards

"You can live your dreams and be yourself," said queer actor Keiynan Lonsdale in his acceptance speech.

Ohio 'Welcomes' Mike Pence with Queer Dance Party

The antigay vice president had some nerve coming to Ohio's capital during its Pride celebration.

Patrisse Cullors Calls for Resistance, Not Corporatization

The queer co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement cautions against getting caught up in the commercialization of Pride.

Lesbian Proposal at Country Music Festival Melts Hearts

Folk rock band Delta Rae stopped between two songs in their CMA Fest set to help make this proposal extra special.

Video Game Trailer Wows at E3 With Kiss Between Two Women

The sequel to the popular 2013 'The Last of Us' continues to explore protagonist Ellie's sexuality in the newly released trailer for 'The Last of Us 2.'

Scott Pruitt Faces Yet Another Ethics Investigation

The antigay chain Chik-fil-A figures prominently in the complaint against the director of the Environmental Protection Agency.

New Legislation Threatens the Safety of Sex Workers

The passing of the SESTA and FOSTA bills moves sex workers back to the streets. 

'Sense8' Series Finale a Hit With Fans

The movie-length epilogue is receiving high praise from critics and the show's devoted fanbase.

LGBT Fans Fear for Safety During World Cup in Russia

With LGBT soccer fans facing threats in Russia, an LGBT group in the nation is trying to create safe spaces to watch the tournament.

What Happened To This Pizza Delivery Man?

While making delivery to a military base, Pablo Villaviciencio was arrested and now potentially faces deportation.

Judge Who Sentenced Brock Turner Recalled

California Judge Aaron Persky, who gave Turner a light sentence for sexual assault, was recalled by Santa Clara County voters.

Dangerous Hoax Sends SWAT Team to Home of David Hogg

The activist and survivor of gun violence was a victim of "swatting," a dangerous practice where hoax calls lead SWAT teams to people's homes.

Heathers Reboot, Which Portrayed Minorities as Villains, Scrapped

Viacom permanently pulled its TV version of Heathers, saying the subject matter is insensitive in light of recent school schootings.

Roseanne Barr 'Begged' ABC Not to Cancel Her Show

Barr paints herself as the victim now.