Officials announced this week that the anniversary of the massacre at Pulse nightclub will be dedicated as Orlando United Day – A Day of Love and Kindness
There have been at least 10 attacks on LGBTQ centers since last February, according to our count; here’s a brief run-down of all of them
Indianapolis man Brandon Savage was arrested for entering a local gay bar and attempting to rob the place while threatening an Orlando-style shooting
A Google search has revealed nine attacks on gay bars or patrons since the Orlando shooting and almost as many threats against gay bars or neighborhoods
The FBI have confirmed that Pulse shooter Omar Mateen’s wife Noor Salman was arrested Monday morning in connection with their investigation.
Mayor Buddy Dyer has offered to buy the nightclub for $2.25 million, honoring the 49 people murdered there
This year’s Orlando Pride was a beautiful way to begin the healing process after the Pulse nightclub shooting.
You’ve heard about Pulse, but here’s the story about the people who helped heal Orlando’s LGBTQ community and the Pride event that’s bringing them together.
Imran Yousuf helped 70 people escape the Pulse nightclub on the night of the Orlando Shooting. He may not consider himself a hero, but one LGBT Military group does.
The Pulse Nightclub hasn’t been open since the June 12 mass shooting the occurred there. It might reopen as a permanent memorial though.
Possibly bisexual singer Frank Ocean shared his thoughts on the Orlando Shooting, religious violence, queerphobia and the future ahead.
Muslims and hispanics were most harmed by the Orlando Shooting. So why did major news networks largely ignore them when covering the tragedy? We take a closer look…