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The LGBTQ community displays their pride and solidarity on Twitter.
In the aftermath of America's deadliest mass shooting ever, the LGBTQ community responds to homophobic rhetoric and legislation with the hashtag #GaysBreakTheInternet. Alongside #PrayforOrlando and #OrlandoUnited, the hashtag was created to support the LGBTQ community and to honor the victims of
To be banned from helping your community in need is a major blow.
On Sunday afternoon, my Twitter feed was filled with pictures from blood banks around Orlando. Massive lines curled around buildings and parking lots, snaking out of view. In the wake of a tragic shooting at an LGBT nightclub early that morning, local
Love is love is LOVE. And NO unforgivable curse can get in the way of that.
After last weekend's horrific mass shooting at the Pulse gay night club in Orlando, Florida, the whole world showed their support for the victims-including the Wizarding World.On Monday night, a day after the shooting, muggles and wizards at The
'He had to watch his mother die. He feels it was his fault.'
One of the 49 victims of the Orlando nightclub massacre was Brenda Lee Marquez McCool, a 49-year-old woman, who, according to the New York Daily News, was at Pulse to dance with her son Isaiah Henderson and stepped in front
'You can not take away our love.'
A survivor of the horrific mass shooting last weekend at a gay club in Orlando, Florida, has a message for the gunman Omar Mateen: Even though he took the lives of 49 people early Sunday morning, hatred will never win."I'm
Omar Mateen allegedly looked into Downtown Disney—which has fewer security measures—too.
A federal law enforcement source told PEOPLE Omar Mateen recently scouted Orlando's Disney World as a potential target before he attacked Pulse on Sunday morning, killing at least 50 people in what turned out to be the deadliest mass shooting in
'He would just come home and start beating me up because the laundry wasn't finished or something like that.'
The Washington Post spoke to the ex-wife of Omar Mateen, the man suspected of killing approximately 50 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando early Sunday morning. On the condition of her anonymity, the woman shared stories about her life with