by Jack Jenkins Jul 21, 2015
“When you have an effort collaborated by multiple churches in one community to try to discredit one other way of thinking, that’s when it becomes alarming.”
by Carimah Townes Jul 20, 2015
She has been raped at least 7 other times.
by Kira Lerner Jul 19, 2015
"Did Frederick Douglass give up when he was fighting against slavery?" one conservative said.
by Katie Valentine Jul 19, 2015
Perry said he'd oppose a new Boy Scouts policy allowing openly gay leaders.
by Ian Millhiser Jul 17, 2015
In many states, it is still perfectly legal to fire a worker or deny someone housing because they are gay. That could change, if a federal agency's reasoning is embraced by the courts.
by Josh Israel Jul 17, 2015
Bush told a gay voter that “the fact that there wasn’t a law doesn’t necessarily mean you would have been discriminated against."
by Kay Steiger Jul 16, 2015
The fight over LGBT rights is getting personal in closed-door Republican meetings.
by Erica Hellerstein Jul 16, 2015
“For our pledges, we just get like, ‘hey, you know man, he’s kind of on the weird side of heterosexual. I honestly thought he was homosexual. It’s kind of weird that he is here.”
by Sam P.K. Collins Jul 15, 2015
A recent court case put Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act to the test -- and it won.
by Ian Millhiser Jul 14, 2015
Walker thinks anti-gay discrimination "protected children."