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Isauro Aguirre has been found guilty of murdering 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez because he thought the boy was gay.
Aguirre tortured and beat the little boy who eventually died of his injuries in 2013 and now faces a possible death sentence.
The Office of the Governor of Ankara in Turkey has banned a German LGBT Film Festival which was due to take place in the city this week.
Officials said the event was likely to incite acts of terror, but organisers said the ban was an attack on the rights of LGBT people.
Bisexual rapper Lil Peep died of a suspected overdose in Tucson, Arizona Wednesday, after posting a video saying he’d taken a cocktail of drugs.
The 21-year-old came out as bisexual in August and had a history of drug use & depression.
Liberal senator Dean Smith introduced a historic marriage equality bill to the Australian parliament yesterday, receiving cross-party support.
Senator Smith said any attempt to derail the bill with ‘religious freedom’ clauses would be opposed.
And finally, designer, Marc Jacobs has joined MasterClass, the online tutoring site, for a course of 15 classes in fashion design.
The course, which will be available from early next year costs $90USD for lifetime access.
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