Tales of horror and hope.
Stephanie Marie Anderson

10 Nov 2016 - 12:39 PM  UPDATED 10 Nov 2016 - 12:46 PM

Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States of America. Here's what LGBT+ celebs had to say about that:

Ruby Rose said that she was "terrified":


But also said that she was praying that we "stay strong together":

Meanwhile, Jessica Origliasso encouraged us to "pray for miracles":

Troye Sivan was speechless at first, as he - like so many of us - began to feel that we were living in a "bubble" of liberalism:

Miley Cyrus tearfully offered to help Trump open his heart:

Ellen DeGeneres vowed to find the good in the world:

Nico Tortorella said that it was time to "pick up the pieces and get to work":


Laverne Cox retweeted many lawyers who are now offering free legal advice to transgender people who need it using the hashtag #TransLawHelp, and said the following:

Find out more about #TransLawHelp here.

Evan Rachel Wood encouraged everyone to "walk into this fucked up day with purpose":

Jesse Tyler Fergusen took a moment to grieve, before looking forward:

Sean Hayes kept it simple:

St. Vincent's outlook was bleak:

Holland Taylor faced reality:

Billy Eichner was devastated:

And MagdaΒ SzubanskiΒ encouraged us to be the light that trumps Trump: