“We’re trying to smile and make people happy for the holidays, and in the back of our heads we’re thinking, I hope I don’t get shot,” Jinkx Monsoon said recently.
We can all use some help in dealing with the emotions aroused by Club Q tragedy and other attacks on the LGBTQ+ community.
Some of the events are open to the public, others strictly for friends and family.
“This community has expressed wholeheartedly their need for the space that we’ve provided for 20 years,” owner Nic Grzecka said.
Witnesses say the man “squared up” with one employee and threatened to kill another.
Sen. Michael Bennet invoked the names of the victims and heroes of the tragedy during a floor speech before the Senate voted on the Respect for Marriage Act Tuesday.
Police detained Laura Voepel, 45, just hours after the Club Q attack.