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Desmond is Amazing says he was attacked in NY subway

Desmond is Amazing was attacked by an angry critic in NY City subway station.

Tween drag superstar Desmond is Amazing took to social media and YouTube on Saturday to describe what it was like to be attacked on a New York subway.

The young entertainer was with his mother and says they had just got finished with a movie shoot and decided to take the subway home. As they made their way out of the station, things got very scary. 

Students elect non-gender conforming "royalty" for homecoming

White Station High School in Memphis (WSHS), Tennessee, has bestowed a crown to a member of their homecoming court. Winners are no longer called "king" or "queen," they are instead called "royalty." 

Brandon Allen was coronated this past Friday. Pictures of his chosen regalia, including a long golden gown and diamond-crusted tiara have since gone viral.

Police treating Dallas trans shooting as hate crime, ask for public's help

Police treating Dallas trans shooting as hate crime, ask for public's help.

Dallas police are asking for the public's help in finding a suspect who they believe shot a transgender woman. They are treating the case as a hate crime. 

It happened on Friday in a residential area on the city's northwest region along a four-lane road. 

Conservative group turns violent, beats teen at Pride event

A peaceful Pride march turned ugly in Kharkiv, Ukraine, on September 15 when conservative protestors sought out LGBT participants and attacked them. The incident was caught on camera and comes with a trigger warning. 

Seattle gets a coffee house that serves beefcake too

Seattle gets a coffee house that serves beefcake too.

You've heard of Magic Mike, how about Magic Morning Joe? That seems to be the concept behind Seattle's latest coffee innovation; a walk-up coffee hut with a sign out front which reads: "Hot Guys Serving Hot Coffee."

AZ high court gives okay to discriminate against LGBT customers

AZ high court gives okay to discriminate against LGBT customers.

The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that Phoenix's anti-discrimination ordinance which was supposed to protect LGBT people is not valid in the case of Joanna Duka and Breanna Koski who own Brush & Nib Studio, an event invitation design company.