US gays will not give in to hatred

GayPeople tend to a memorial at the Christopher Street West presentation of the Los Angeles LGBT Pride Parade in West Hollywood, California, U.S. June 12, 2016 in honor of the victims of the deadly attacks at a gay night club in Orlando, Florida earlier in the morning. REUTERS/Lisa Richwine

We must love, not hate. This is the message of gays across the United States and in many other countries the day after 49 people were shot dead at the club Pulse in Orlando.

“More love. Less hatred. “That was the message in a memorial ceremony on Monday was held at Joy Metropolitan Community Church in Orlando.
Across the United States, from North Carolina to New York, from Connecticut to Texas,  Americans ate making pilgrimages to commemorate the victims of America’s worst ever shooting massacre.The victims and their families have received messages and declarations  of support from all over the world, and   in Oslo, memorial ceremony was held outside the US Embassy, in solidarity with the victims  .
48 of the 49 fatal victims were identified Monday afternoon. There are still many people in hospital with severe injuries from the incident. Five out of those are reportedly in a critical condition.

 

Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today

 

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