Anti-gay religious extremists behind Uganda’s “Kill the Gays” bill, which became the Anti-Homosexuality Bill (AHB), are now in full public-relations campaign mode trying to disavow their involvement…
If the sky were blue, good ole’ anti-gay Rick Santorum would try to convince you it was grey. Or green.
A group of Christian pastors in Chicago will provide safe space for LGBTs fleeing draconian laws in Africa.
A Catholic nun has provided religious counseling for hundreds of transgender people throughout the U.S.
The Supreme Court is about to hear two more cases, where the outcomes may have a wider impact than the Arizona law may have had.
Jan Brewer made the right choice — for whatever reason — in vetoing SB-1062, the anti-gay so-called “religious freedom” bill that had the nation on edge last week.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has added seven more anti-gay organizations to its list of anti-gay hate groups. No doubt the standard whine of these groups will be the same one offered up by the Family Research Council when SPLC named it as a hate group a while back, i.e.
“we are being attacked because we don’t believe in gay marriage, we are trying to preserve Christian morality, we are being silenced.”
Ugandan Parliament member David Bahati said despite losing more than $115 million in international aid because the country’s draconian ‘anti-homosexuality’ law, the price is worth it to protect Africa…
A Lebanese judge has found that a transgender woman’s relationship with a man does not constitute ‘unnatural sexual intercourse’ in a further blow to the criminalization of LGBTI people…
A committee moves the bill to consideration by the full House, and opponents say an amended version still provides ample opportunity for discrimination.
Arizona House Republicans in two committees have now passed yet another anti-gay discriminatory bill shrouded in “religious freedom.”
Conservative critical of gays who are ‘going to use the hammer of government’ to force businesses to serve them who do not want to.
While addressing his party on Friday, President Obama condemned the discriminatory nature of religious freedom bills.
Though Gov. Brewer vetoed a bill that would have legalized discrimination, another (less broad) bill might not face as much heavy scrutiny.