Topics :: anti-gay vandalism
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By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Feb 13, 2013
Police say an 18 year old from Florida was the victim of a hate crime after vandals spray-painted his home with anti-gay graffiti.
By Jason St. Amand | Friday Jan 25, 2013
Vandals wrote homophobic graffiti on the wall of Boston College Law School’s LGBT center, including graphic sexual terms, during Martin Luther King, Jr., weekend.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Oct 4, 2012
A Texas couple say someone vandalized their property by painting "leave or die fags" on their porch. They also claim that the attack was caused by an anti-gay ad a pastor wrote in a local newspaper.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Oct 18, 2011
Vandals struck a building at North Carolina State University, located in Raleigh, NC, reported NBC News on Oct. 18. The university’s GLBT student group has space in the building that was targeted.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Oct 11, 2011
An attack against Taylor Garrett, star of Logo’s gay reality show "The A-List: Dallas," is puportedly an example of gay thuggishness targeting on the GLBT community’s own. But the GLBT online press wonders: Was the "hate crime" faked as a ratings ploy?
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Sep 29, 2011
A West Seattle gay family targeted for hate crimes by vandals have responded with plans for upgrades: Floodlights, better locks--and a Pride flag.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Sep 13, 2010
A lesban couple in a tiny town in eastern Tennessee say that the fire that burned their house to the ground and anti-gay graffiti painted on their garage were acts of anti-gay hatred. Similar vandalism has targeted the homes of gay families across the country in recent years.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Apr 27, 2010
For the third time in less than a year, a criminal act has been committed against the Memphis Gay and Lesbian Community Center. This time, a person or persons unknown kicked in the back door to the Center, ransacked the office of its executive director, and committed robbery.
By Michael K. Lavers | Thursday Apr 22, 2010
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, City Comptroller John Liu and Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer were among the more than 100 who rallied outside the LGBT Community Center in lower Manhattan on Wednesday, April 21, in response to the torched rainbow flag placed on the outside of the West 13th Street building last week.
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