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Woman Gets Brutally Beaten By Five Men For Being A Lesbian

Sabrina Hooks and her girlfriend Morgan had no clue one night would changed their lives forever. The Los Angeles natives were victims of a hate crime with Hooks facing…

‘Master Of None”s Lena Waithe Reflects On Her Historic Emmy Win

Lena Waithe made history Sunday (Sept. 17) as the first black woman to win a primetime Emmy award for comedy writing. She and her Master of None co-star Aziz Ansari took…

Pulse Nightclub’s Owner Plans To Reopen At New Location

Barbara Poma, the owner of Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., is planning to reopen the venue, Jezebel reports. The club endured the largest LGBT massacre in U.S. history…

Atlanta Woman TeeTee Dangerfield Is 16th Trans Murder Victim Of The Year

Atlanta authorities are asking for help in finding out details behind the life of TeeTee Dangerfield, who was found with multiple gunshot wounds in a complex parking…

Angela Rye, Eric Andre & More React To Trump’s Transgender Military Ban

President Trump’s recent administrative decision from the White House has left the LGBTQ community in dismay as the troublesome leader announced a ban of transgender…

Ava Le’Ray Barrin Becomes Youngest Trans Murder Victim In The U.S. This Year

Ava Le’Ray Barrin has become the latest trans woman of color victim of 2017 after a verbal altercation turned fatal. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports Barrin was…

Clay Cane Talks Surviving The Intersections Of Sexuality, God & Race In ‘Live Through This’

Journalist, author and filmmaker Clay Cane explores the trials and tribulations that many LGBTQ people of color endure—especially after jumping life hurdles like race…

Boosie Was Left Traumatized After Seeing Two Men ‘Shake Hands’ In Prison

Boosie BadAzz isn’t the person you’d see at a pride march. Over the years, the rapper has made his views on the LGBTQ community abundantly clear with statements about…

Four Men Used Grindr App To Rob And Assault Gay Victims

According to a report from the U.S. Department of Justice, four men between the ages of 18 and 21 are facing the possibility of life in prison due to federal hate crimes…