They were mostly gay kids dancing in a nightclub, and their dreams, their futures, and their lives were snuffed out in an instant.

They will never know why and most not even how.

It has been a year- a year next Monday, and there are still not adequate words to explain the Pulse massacre. There never will be. In this world of ours, some things never make sense.

No matter how senseless the world seems, from London to Orlando, while you are here, enjoy the ride, buck the tide, and make your own waves. The future may be measured in short moments or by long stretches. Make today matter.


Meet the Victims of the Orlando Massacre

OpEd: The Pulse of Our Lives

Portraits Pay Tribute to Pulse Nightclub Shooting Victims

Gays Against Guns - How the Pulse tragedy launched a new movement

Blood Donations Saved Many Lives the Night of Pulse

‘Love is Love’ Comic Benefits Pulse Victims One Year Later

More Than $30 Million Raised After Pulse

Pulse in the Media, the Good and the Bad: How We Handle Representation and Notoriety

Spreading Love, Not Hate in the Aftermath of Tragedy

Pulse-Related Security Costs Present Budget Challenges For LGBT Events

Legislature Passes Pulse Remembrance Day Resolution

‘Because A Madman Had Hate In His Heart’

Charity Ride to Remember Victims.

After Pulse Attack, Gay Latino Community Seeks Strength