Laura Muldoon was flying from London to Seville, Spain when she says a group of men started harassing her.
The pastor, who is also a detective, made headlines when he delivered a sermon at his church calling for the government to execute members of the LGBTQ community.
“As the mother of a transgender student who will be attending your school this year," said one parent, "I am upset, embarrassed, and worried for my child."
A bride decided not to hire a hair and makeup artist in Lubbock, Texas, after discovering the makeup artist was gay, saying, "I don’t want you walking into my church."
“I put my stickers on my car to let people know that I’m a safe person, and to see something on my car - it immediately made me feel uncomfortable,” the woman said.
Melania Geymonat says that she and her girlfriend were the subjects of a homophobic attack that took place on a late night bus in London.
“The only way to change it would be to kill the problem out. I know it’s bad to say but without killing them out there’s no way to fix it,” Alabama Mayor Mark Chambers wrote on Facebook.
People are upset about the "Crazy White Boy Tour" featuring controversial "hick-hop" performers Adam Calhoun and Demun Jones.
The couple claims a worker at Big Boy Gyros, located across the street from their high school, told them "We can't have two guys hugging in here," and that their "kind" was not welcome.
"Children in second grade simply do not have the tools to comprehend sexuality, nor do we want them to," one Rocklin, California community member reportedly said.
Swarthmore College has suspended fraternity activity pending an investigation into newly leaked documents with racist, homophobic dialogue and rape jokes.
The inebriated honeymooner was escorted off the flight as his bride shouted some choice words at her new husband.
The signs, which teachers rushed to take down, also featured a racist comment about black people picking cotton.
A seventh grader was asked to cover up a shirt that teachers found offensive, but the girl's parents say the shirt touts a message of anti-discrimination.
Gay conversion therapy, the discredited and dangerous practice described in Garrard Conley's memoir, is now outlawed in 14 states and the District of Columbia and is considered ineffective and harmful to LGBTQ people.