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Trump's "Ask the Gays" Remark on Wednesday Incited All the Rage on Twitter

Donald Trump is catching a lot of heat on Twitter for his speech at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta on Wednesday. During the speech, Trump told anyone who doubted his LGBT friendliness to 'ask the gays'.. Well, the LGBT community responded.

"Ask the gays what they think and what they do, in, not only Saudi Arabia, but many of these countries, and then you tell me – who's your friend, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?"

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The controversial Christian talk show host Pat Robertson has fallen victim to the Streisand Effect after unsuccessfully trying to get rid of a YouTube video clip in which he claims that San Francisco gay men with AIDS have been intentionally trying to spread the virus by cutting people with "special rings" on the pretext of shaking hands.

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Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Bill, a legislative proposal that was introduced in 2009 to prosecute the gay population across the country, will be put to vote before the end of this year, according to the Speaker of the Parliament Rebecca Kadaga. If passed, all same-sex relations will be categorized into two classes of offense: "aggravated homosexuality," in which an offender woul

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"It's easy to dehumanize hate speech online because we've gotten so used to seeing it," says writer/director Charlotte Moore. "We tell ourselves that it's the product of trolls, of random, anonymous strangers. Except they're not. They're real people. Many of them will be parents. And some of their children will be gay."

Her new PSA brings to life the worst of the tweets with Twitter hashtag #tomyunbornchild, which was

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Truthfulness of the Day: In a rare out-of-character appearance, Stephen Colbert shares a touching anti-bullying anecdote from his past as part of Dan Savage's ongoing suicide-prevention project It Gets Better.

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