The far right is trotting out scare tactics about transgender people and "anti-Christian bias."
The toilet paper brand released a spot that feautures a gay couple using rippled toilet paper for a clean "booty," and homophobes want to boycott.
Marc Short says his views have changed since he wrote those words in college in 1992.
Some of Trump's most fervent supporters feel betrayed by the move, although they're reluctant to blame him specifically.
Porterfield, who recently compared LGBTQ people to the KKK, ominously said that if he had gay kids, he'd "see if they could swim.”
The legislator, Lynn Hutchings, told visiting students that having sex with children and dogs could be considered a sexual orientation.
Diaz, long known for his homophobia, said the City Council is "controlled by the homosexual community."