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NY Teen Says Penn State Frat Member Beat Him Over Sexuality

Oct 6
A college student from New York said he was beaten by a frat member at Penn State because he is gay.

Police File Hate-Crime Charges on Denver Man for Attack

Oct 6
A Denver man is facing hate-crime charges after allegedly attacking a man he thought was gay.

In Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Avoid 'Venomous Relationships'

By EDGE | Oct 5
"Venomous Relationships: Learn How to Avoid Common Relationship Bloopers" by Certified Life Coach and abuse survivor, Tamara Neal, exposes the most common, but often unrecognized, abusive relationships.

Man of Steal? Cops Say Superman Shirt Was Suspect's Undoing

Oct 3
Police in the Philadelphia suburbs say the Man of Steal was undone by his Superman T-shirt.

Police: NY Man Punched, Kicked in Face in Alleged Anti-Gay Attack

Oct 2
The New York Police Department said this week a 37-year-old man was kicked and punched several times in the face as his attackers hurled gay slurs at him at a Manhattan subway station last month.

'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' Actor Nicholas Brendon Arrested

Oct 2
An actor best known for his roles in the television series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Criminal Minds" got into an argument with a girlfriend, choked her and was arrested, police said Thursday.

Los Angeles Prosecutors Reviewing Case Against Bill Cosby

Oct 2
Los Angeles prosecutors are reviewing an investigation into a model's accusations that Bill Cosby sexually abused her at the Playboy Mansion, an official said Thursday.

Trial Set for Ex-W.Va. Athlete Accused of Hitting Gay Couple

Sep 30
A former Marshall University running back will face trial on Jan. 26 on charges of hitting a gay couple.

NY Man Accused of Calling Deaf Service Over 4K Times to Masturbate

Sep 28
A video calling company for deaf people is suing a Brooklyn, New York man for allegedly abusing their service, claiming he called the business over 4,000 times and masturbated in front of employees.

Raid of by Homeland Security Stirs Anger

By Tom Hays | Sep 27
Federal authorities' shutdown of a successful male escort service called has stirred anger and fear in New York City's gay community.

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