Pulse Shooting

Tiny Massacres: On the Anniversary of Pulse

The most privileged among the LGBTQIA+ community have not only forgotten the forebearers of our movement, but just a year later, so many have forgotten about Pulse.

Coming Out as Bi When You're Muslim and Married

I was nervous to come out to my parents, but I was infuriated by pundits who kept saying Islam and LGBT identity are at odds. Read more »

In Queer Clubs, Seeking Sanctuary from Violence

The Pulse shooting was everything I feared when I worked in a Florida gay bar. But we won’t cave to violence. Read more »

How Do We Move Forward From Orlando? By Supporting Our LGBTQ Familia

In Latinx communities, safe and welcoming queer spaces like Pulse are far too rare. Read more »

A Clockwork Trauma

Surviving as a Black and queer person in a culture built on violence. Read more »

Ask Bear: After Orlando, I'm Scared to Take My Child to Pride

“Your support is needed. Especially this year.” Read more »

Here Are Resources for Turning Our Sadness Into Action

Don’t let bigots define how we respond to violence. Read more »