Try not to 'aww!' at this Boston mom's public declaration of love for her young transgender son. read more
The college, with two out volleyball players, has adopted a 'statement on human sexuality' proscribing 'sexual relations outside of marriage or between persons of the same sex.' read more
It was a long road for Eusabia Dominguez and Jason Gilbert, but they found their happy ending. read more
Comedian Rye Silverman tells us how her eight cats helped her transition to womanhood. read more
While Monica Jones and her supporters are celebrating the end of her legal battle, they say the decision has allowed Phoenix to avoid a constitutional challenge to its vague 'manifesting prostitution' laws. read more
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The right-wing American Family Association has published a map identifying many LGBT organizations (among others) as being 'deeply intolerant' of Christianity. read more
"In Arkansas, two courageous state legislators, Rep. Ballinger and Sen. Hester, have introduced HB1228, the Conscience Protection Act, in the Arkansas state assembly. The legislators of the state of Arkansas need to hear from you right away... Show More Summary
The Benham brothers have long battled against LGBT rights in their hometown and on Monday they will lead a hate rally against Charlotte's proposed rights ordinance.
Via press release: We’re not going to stand by and let Scott Walker smear hard-working Americans, simply because the exercise their first amendment freedom to disagree with him. You don’t attack good men and women who give their time every day to make this country a better place. Show More Summary
From the Associated Press: Two Mississippi Supreme Court justices say the court should find the state's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional and not wait for a gay marriage ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court. Thursday's 26-page statement, written by Justice Leslie D. Show More Summary
Via the New York Times: Leonard Nimoy, the sonorous, gaunt-faced actor who won a worshipful global following as Mr. Spock, the resolutely logical human-alien first officer of the Starship Enterprise in the television and movie juggernaut “Star Trek,” died on Friday morning at his home in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles. Show More Summary
At this writing the Drudge Report is completely blank.
Via the Human Rights Campaign: This week, Apple Inc., the world’s second largest information technology company, issued the following statement condemning the anti-LGBT bill in Arkansas, HB 1228 - a bill that could allow any person to...Show More Summary
Via the Washington Times: A movement is underway to stage an informal protest when former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush hits the CPAC stage Friday. William Temple, a member of the Golden Isle Tea Party, told The Washington Times that the party...Show More Summary
Via the Guardian: Google has backtracked on plans to ban sexually explicit images from its blogging platform Blogger, in the face of widespread opposition from users. The company had initially announced a ban on “sexually explicit or...Show More Summary
A couple of weeks ago we showed you the interview on The Today Show between the stars of Fifty Shades of Grey and a very enthusiastic Matt Lauer. Today we bring you a clip of him appearing on Ellen to...
Alabama Governor Robert Bentley may have expressed his desire to see Alabama "move forward" on the issue of gay marriage and not repeat some of the same mistakes that have plagued his state in the past, but if it was...
A cop car was parked on the street in suburban Stafford Township, NJ with the dashcam running, meaning it was almost perfectly situated to catch footage of one of the local houses exploding. The explosion was credited as a natural.....