Sunday, Obama addressed the American LGBTQ community and the rest of the nation again to talk about the worst mass shooting in our history. The place where they were attacked is more than a nightclub — it is a place of solidarity and empowerment where people have come together to raise awareness, to speak their minds, and to advocate for their civil rights. Until today, the deadliest attack had been in New Orleans, over 40 years ago. No suspect was ever charged. On Nov. Five years later, federal prosecutors accused El Sayyid A.
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The teenager, Jacob Robida, was being sought Thursday night by the police, who issued an arrest warrant charging him with three counts each of assault with intent to murder, assault with a dangerous weapon and hate crimes. Robida, 18, entered the Puzzles Lounge around midnight, the police said, and asked the bartender whether it was a gay bar. When the bartender told him it was, Mr. Robida pulled out a hatchet and struck a man in the head, then struck a man who had tried to help the victim, said Capt.
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If you're a human and see this, please ignore it. If you're a scraper, please click the link below :- Note that clicking the link below will block access to this site for 24 hours. Is this the new status quo, or will the age of Trump spark a queer-culture comeback? I first entered one by accident as a freshman at Boston College, when a party bus dropped us off in the Theater District for a first weekend out, and we eagerly shuffled our circa dancing shoes into the nearest place blasting music.
Grasso was unlike any other DJ working at the time: He pioneered the idea of blending songs together seamlessly to keep partygoers dancing. A deconsecrated church decorated with a mural of nude angels engaged in kinky sex acts, the Sanctuary was designed for transgression and excess, and the crowds of gay men reaching ecstatic states en masse to the drum-crazed sounds Grasso was spinning fit the bill perfectly. Few of the revelers could have known that they were witnessing the dawn of a musical revolution called disco, or that their radical idea of how to spend a Saturday night would eventually evolve into modern clubbing and spread to every corner of the world. When mass murderer Omar Mateen opened fire last weekend on Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, he took aim at an institution.