5 LGBT things you need to know today, Sept. 7

1. The FBI is now looking into a double murder in Missouri to determine whether it’s a hate crime. The suspect, who is in custody, is a neighbor of the two victims (a mother and her daughter) and he had “an ongoing disagreement” with the daughter over her sexual orientation.

2. Speaking of, an assault in Olympia, Washington early Sunday is also being investigated as a hate crime. A group of performers had left a drag show when they were heckled by a group of people on the sidewalk. Police found two women had been hit in the face.

3. Buzzfeed looks at what it’s like to go to the beach the first time after top surgery.

4. A new report reiterates that the film industry has a serious inequality problem. In an analysis of the top 100 films of 2015, just 31.4 percent of all speaking characters were women, 26.3 percent of all characters were people of color, and LGBT-identified characters represented less than 1 percent of all speaking parts.

5. VIDEO OF THE DAY: Do not miss Sia’s tribute to the Pulse victims with her latest video for “The Greatest.” Note: there are 49 dancers in the video—the same number who lost their lives in the shooting.