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New Jersey mayor calls LGBTQ rights movement 'an affront to almighty God'
A New Jersey mayor called the LGBTQ rights movement "an affront to almighty God" at a town council meeting and warned that people who support "unrighteous laws" will be held accountable.
Barnegat Township Mayor Alfonso Cirulli, a former assistant principal, began Tuesday by condemning a state law that requires LGBTQ-inclusive material be taught in public school. He said the law "crossed over the line into absurdity" and politicians "have no right to promote the LGBT agenda."
NYPD Seeks Man Who Sprayed ‘Kill The Gay Away’ on Side of Building: WATCH
George Michael’s Ex Arrested for Allegedly Smashing Up the Late Singer’s Mansion
“Police were called to the North London mansion after neighbours reportedly saw Fawaz, 46, standing topless on the roof. According to The Sun loud smashing noises could be heard inside the building and water was seen gushing out of the front door.”
According to police a man had been seen on the roof of the mansion but was not there when police arrived. Fawaz was later arrested on suspicion of aggravated criminal damage.
Trans woman attacked 3 strangers with an axe after being shamed by her date
Hate crime? NYPD investigates vandalized Megan Rapinoe posters
The New York Police Department (NYPD) assigned its hate crimes task force to investigate vandalized posters of Megan Rapinoe found in a Manhattan subway station.
Misogynistic and homophobic graffiti covered the posters of the US soccer star.
According to USA Today, people found and reported the vandalized posters on Monday (8 July). Only a day before, Rapinoe, as co-captain, helped lead the US Women’s National Soccer Team (USWNT) to their fourth World Cup title.
The posters featured Rapinoe in her kit and read: ‘Dream with us.’
NYPD detective Hubert Reyes said authorities quickly worked to clean and replace the ruined posters at the Bryant Park station.
Reyes added the NYPD hate crimes task force is currently investigating one suspect.
Gay Star News
Man arrested for 'murdering man by slashing his genitals after sex'
Police arrested a man suspected of murdering a drunk man by cutting his genitals after having sex.
K Muniyasamy, 35, is suspected of two crimes in the Indian city of Chennai. They are a murder on 25 May and attempted murder of another drunk man on 1 June. Police apprehended him on Wednesday (12 June).
The accused allegedly engaged in sex with men under a flyover in Retteri, north Chennai.
The first victim died of his injuries in hospital. However, before he died he told police he was not sure if someone else did it or he injured himself. According to police, he reported being drunk and depressed.
According to the Times of India, police received a tip from Muniyasamy’s employer after CCTV footage of a man appeared on TV channels.
Gay Star News
London: Teen girl and man arrested after gay man is raped and killed
OUT NEWS Woman found anti-LGBTQ sticker on her car. Police reached out to help.
Police Arrest MAGA Biker for Trashing Rainbow Crosswalks with Burnouts in Albuquerque
‘The Notebook’ author Nicholas Sparks tried to ban LGBTQ club at school he co-founded, lawsuit claims
Straight Oklahoma Ally Creates Anti-Bigot Pride Truck, Ends Homophobia
A straight man in Oklahoma became a viral queer ally after decorating his truck in honor of Pride month. Cody Barlow used colored duct tape to create a rainbow flag on the back of his truck, writing on Facebook that he’d “found a way to show my support for pride month” with the flag and using mailbox letters to write a message: “Not all country boys are bigots. Happy Pride month.”
“This is important to me, not only because I have family and friends that are LGBTQ+, but also because countless people have dealt with hatred and judgement simply for who they are, and/or who they love, for far too long,” wrote Barlow. “Obviously doing this isn’t going to change the minds of those who are intolerant, but hopefully it can help drown out the hatred with love.”
Vandals Target Gay High School Student’s Home with ‘Kill Yourself’ Graffiti, Forks, and Suicide Hotline ‘For-Sale’ Sign:
1 in 3 LGBTQ+ Youth ‘Seriously Considered’ Suicide in the Past Year
White supremacist appears to urinate on an Israeli flag as nationalist group interrupts LGBT celebration in Detroit by tearing apart Pride flags and giving Nazi salutes
Gay man, 28, robbed, shot, and murdered in Atlanta, Georgia
HALSEY GIVES EMPOWERING SPEECH IN LONDON AFTER HOMOPHOBIC BUS ATTACK
Activists Call for Resignation of Mayor Who Posted About Killing Gays
Theater cancels shows after actors targeted in homophobic assault
Mom who won marriage equality now in a fight against 'religious freedom'
Texas school district donates cash from antigay church to local Pride festival
Ohio Gay Couple's Car Torched as Neighborhood Dispute Escalates
A gay couple in southern Ohio say their car was torched as part of an ongoing campaign of homophobic harassment by a neighbor, and now they fear for their lives.
One of the men, Nathan Paris, found the car burned last week when he met a reporter from Cincinnati TV station WKRC at the home, located near Sardinia in Brown County. “Oh, my God, it’s burnt,” Paris told the reporter, who was there to do a story on the previous harassment. “He burnt it.” A neighbor had previously turned the car upside down and fired shots at Paris and his partner, the station reports.
Neighbors come together after Charleston family's pride flag is burned
A family in Charleston, South Carolina, said their rainbow pride flag was torn down from the front of their house and burned in their driveway last weekend.
“We were taken aback and thought, ‘Wow, somebody must be really bothered by this to go to this end here to do this.’ But we called the police to let them know about it,” the homeowner, who lives with his wife and three young children, told NBC News.
“There's people on our street that have South Carolina flags, United States flags, different college flags, garden flags … obviously the rainbow is what attracted them to ours,” the homeowner, who asked that his name not be printed to protect his family’s safety and privacy, added. “I wouldn't be surprised if the people who did this didn't even know who we were or who lived in the home, that it was just the fact that it was a rainbow flag, and they didn't agree with that.”
After a Dallas woman was violently attacked by man, she was charged. Now she's cleared.
Prosecutors in Dallas County, Texas, are dropping a criminal mischief charge against a woman violently attacked by a man last month following an argument.
On Tuesday, Dallas Police Deputy Chief Thomas Castro said a warrant had been issued for the arrest of L'Daijohnique Lee for allegedly smashing the windows of Austin Shuffield's truck during an altercation in Dallas on March 21.
The district attorney's office however, said Wednesday that it was dropping the charge against Lee and recalling the arrest warrant.
Creep sucker-punches woman who told him to stop harassing women
Arizona police officers forcibly removed 2-year-old boy with fever from home, video shows
An Arizona lawmaker is questioning a local police department's use of force in removing a feverish child from a home after a doctor reported the parents to the state's Department of Child Safety.
On Feb. 25, the mother of a 2-year-old child, who is not vaccinated, took the child to a naturopathic doctor with a fever of 105 degrees, ABC Phoenix station KNXV reported.
The doctor instructed the mother to take the toddler to the emergency room as soon as possible, but since the child's fever later broke, she took him back to their home in Chandler, about 25 miles southeast of Phoenix, instead, according to a statement from the Chandler Police Department.
When the doctor learned from the Cardon Children's Hospital that they parents never showed up with the child, she called Arizona DCS, who then contacted the Chandler Police Department for assistance, an incident report shows.
Chicago Police with guns drawn raid wrong home, crash 4-year-old's birthday, family claims
Police chief, friend charged with raping child over 7 years
Think of the late fees! Man burns library books in antigay protest
And for the latest in Trump-era Neo-Nazi chic…
A man filmed a 26-minute video outside the Orange City, Iowa library, burning a series of books with LGBTQ content.
A group known as “Rescue the Perishing” has taken responsibilty for the “protest,” claiming that they filmed the video as a denouncement of recent gay pride celebrations held in Orange City. The man in the video is Paul Dorr, director of Rescue the Perishing, which he describes as “a crisis center and pro-life, pro-family movement.”
Police Have Made Their Second Arrest Of Members Of The Far-Right Men's Group That Beat Up Protesters In New York
Two members of the Proud Boys, the far-right men’s organization that assaulted left-wing protesters after a Republican event last week in Manhattan, were arrested for the brawl, the New York Police Department said.
Jesuit Priest Slams Homophobic Attacks on Gay Pastoral Associate After Offices are Vandalized, Tires Slashed
Jesuit priest Father James Martin blasted what he says are ongoing attacks against a gay pastoral associate working in his California parish after vandals broke into the offices of St. John The Evangelist Catholic Church in University Heights and tagged the walls with the words “NO FAGS”.
The slur was aimed at Pastoral Associate Aaron Bianco.
Police: Fast-food worker threw hot cooking oil at customers
Police say a Philadelphia fast-food worker threw hot oil at customers during an argument at the drive-thru window.
Police allege the employee threw the cooking oil through the window during a dispute with three women over an order at about 3 a.m. Saturday at a Checkers restaurant.
Wife allegedly kills estranged husband in front of daughter at Walmart parking lot
Arsonist Who Tried to Burn Down Planned Parenthood Caught on Video
Man armed with assault weapon captured on home video ringing doorbell: Police
A gay man lost an ear in a brutal beating that almost left him dead
Police say that a gay man in New York suffered extensive injuries and almost died after he was beaten this past weekend.
Albany police arrested Hubert Dabbs, 37, in connection with the beating of a gay man.
Shantee Tucker 19th trans person killed in the U.S. this year
Gay Man Files Suit Against Redmond O'Neal for Antigay Attack
17th ‘hate bias’ incident occurs at Maryland’s College Park campus in 2 years
Tyler Clementi Foundation Takes On Faith-Based Anti-LGBTQ Bullying
Kavanaugh could destroy Kennedy’s LGBTQ legacy
Funny how the Trump resistance has no problem with his anti-LGBTQ policies
Pride Posters Defaced at Amazon Headquarters
Around 10 employee-designed posters in the elevators at the Amazon headquarters in Seattle were defaced over the past two months, leaving employees uncomfortable with both the incident and the company's reaction.
According to internal emails seen by CNBC, the posters were designed to encourage inclusivity. An unknown culprit crossed out the "T" in "LGBT," or simply wrote "Why?" over the Pride message.
In response, Amazon replaced the posters and included the message, "Posters are company property. Defacing posters is a violation of Amazon's policy."
That was not good enough for a number of employees, as depicted by over 100 responses in an internal email thread last week. Many felt that that Amazon did not effectively stand up for LGBTQ employees.
"The proper response to widespread pride poster defacement is not only a policy that prohibits defacement, but also a massive and overwhelming show of support for pride in many forms," one email read.
Lesbians Harassed by Antigay Neighbors Paint House Rainbow
Meet the lesbian couple changing the Palm Springs gay landscape
Adults threatened to mutilate this 12-year-old trans girl. Now she’s speaking out.