The video for "Giving What It’s Supposed to Give" shows the rapper holding up a sign that reads "AIDS," and urging viewers, "Don’t fight hate with hate."
"I really don’t recognize this as the person I worked with," the pop star said of her "Levitating" collaborator, whose sexist, anti-LGBTQ comments have stunned fans.
The music legend said “HIV misinformation and homophobia have no place in the music industry" and implored the rapper to "spread compassion and love."
Paul Harfleet hoped the need for The Pansy Project would fade with time. He's still memorializing the hate 16 years on.
The singer claimed that if people did not like the slur he used, then they must be the slur he used.
Many who identify as LGBTQ responded appropriately to the musician's hate speech on Twitter.
Confections, a shop in Lufkin, rolled in the dough after haters showed their poor taste.
Pastor Jim Conrad's Georgia church was expelled from the Southern Baptist Convention for accepting a queer couple and their kids as members.
Gaetz's boast that he does his own makeup for TV sparked a homophobic response from the Wyoming lawmaker's aide.
For some queer college students, online learning amid COVID-19 means more than just awkward Zoom classes. It means hiding their sexuality or gender identity.