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Musical 'From Here,' dealing with Pulse tragedy, to make New York debut

"That moment intersects with the daily drama of the show" about a group of queer friends in Orlando, says playwright Donald Rupe.

Political leaders call for honoring Pulse victims with action

“We have a saying that birthed out of the Pulse tragedy in Orlando, and it's that we don't just honor them with empty words or hollow sympathies. We honor those stolen from us with action,” said Brandon Wolf.

Two Pulse survivors are now 'ex-gays' running a conversion therapy organization

After experiencing firsthand the carnage that anti-LGBTQ+ attacks can cause, Luis Ruiz and Angel Colon are attacking what they've dubbed the "identity pandemic."

Pulse shooting remains a grim moment in LGBTQ+ history 8 years later

Forty-nine people were killed that night.

13 of the most batsh*t things N.C. Republican governor candidate Mark Robinson has said

The man representing the North Carolina Republican party is a Holocaust denier who has often compared homosexuality to pedophilia.

Florida man arrested for defacing Pride intersection painted to honor Pulse nightclub victims

It’s the second time the intersection, dedicated to survivors and victims of the Pulse massacre, has been defaced.

Gun violence ‘is always going to sit with me:’ Grief, trauma, and the rising threat of firearms in America

In a week dedicated to reflecting on loss and advocacy, two survivors opened up about their personal battles and the ongoing fight against gun violence during National Gun Violence Survivors Week.

Orlando Takes Charge of Rebooted Pulse Memorial Planning

The memorial will be dedicated to the 49 people killed in the massacre at Pulse nightclub. The shift marks less a torch passing and more a takeover following a year of controversy over the management of the planning.

Orlando Plans to Purchase Site of Pulse Nightclub Shooting

Orlando's mayor made the announcement Wednesday.

Matthew Shepard's Murder Remembered 25 Years Later With a Renewed Call to Fight Anti-LGBTQ+ Hate

Matthew Shepard died 25 years ago today after an antigay attack. How do we honor his legacy and that of less well-known hate-crime victims?

Rep. Ritchie Torres to Introduce Resolution Censuring Rep. George Santos

Censure doesn’t remove a member of Congress from office, but it stays on the member’s permanent record.

George Santos Audaciously Likens Himself to Black Civil Rights Icon Rosa Parks

The disgraced congressman and serial liar has made one of his most outrageous remarks yet.

George Santos Shocked at Ron DeSantis’s Homophobia, Says He Was Misled

The lying congressman is upset that he believed the anti-LGBTQ+ governor to be different from how he actually is.

George Santos Files Bill to Ban U.S. Aid to Anti-LGBTQ+ Countries

The scandal-plagued gay Republican's bill would deny funds to countries that discriminate.