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Conservative group turns violent, beats teen at Pride event

A peaceful Pride march turned ugly in Kharkiv, Ukraine, on September 15 when conservative protestors sought out LGBT participants and attacked them. The incident was caught on camera and comes with a trigger warning. 

Seattle gets a coffee house that serves beefcake too

Seattle gets a coffee house that serves beefcake too.

You've heard of Magic Mike, how about Magic Morning Joe? That seems to be the concept behind Seattle's latest coffee innovation; a walk-up coffee hut with a sign out front which reads: "Hot Guys Serving Hot Coffee."

AZ high court gives okay to discriminate against LGBT customers

AZ high court gives okay to discriminate against LGBT customers.

The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that Phoenix's anti-discrimination ordinance which was supposed to protect LGBT people is not valid in the case of Joanna Duka and Breanna Koski who own Brush & Nib Studio, an event invitation design company. 

NYC Council wants to repeal ban on conversion therapy

The New York City Council has taken steps to repeal a ban on conversion therapy in order to avoid a suit that they fear will reach a conservative U.S. Supreme Court. 

Las Vegas LGBTQ Center hit with homophobic graffiti

The Las Vegas LGBTQ center in downtown Las Vegas was vandalized with a homophobic epithet this week, the incident comes just three months after a tree outside the building was set ablaze by an arsonist according to KLAS.

Boston Straight Pride Parade sinks amid counterprotesters

Boston Straight Pride Parade sinks.

The not-so-highly-anticipated Boston Straight Pride marched into infamy this past Saturday as more counterprotesters attended the event than actual supporters. 

According to Out, only about 100 to 200 people cared to participate in the rally and parade, including alt-right and openly gay internet reactionary Milo Yiannopoulus. 

Drag show cancelled because it featured artists with Down syndrome

Drag show cancelled because it featured artists with Down Syndrome.

Peter Meijer, the owner of the Tanglefoot Building in Grand Rapids, Michigan canceled a drag show because it features entertainers with Down syndrome. 

The British troupe of performers known as Drag Syndrome were scheduled to appear on August 19, but Meijer, who is also running for Congress, pulled the plug because he felt the actors were being "exploited."