"In a civil society we would say, 'Oh, you don't want to service me? Fine. I'll go next door, I'll go down the street.' Who would fathom the idea of going into a kosher deli and demanding a ham sandwich? We wouldn't tolerate that!"
The Seattle Stranger reports: Washington Gov. Jay Inslee followed the lead of Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and others today, banning any state administrators from spending state money to travel to Indiana after that state passed a controversial "religious freedom" law that could make it easier for businesses to discriminate against LGBT customers. Show More Summary
This pair never thought they'd see marriage equality in their lifetimes. read more
UPDATE: Here is some of the editorial. Only bold action — action that sends an unmistakable message to the world that our state will not tolerate discrimination against any of its citizens — will be enough to reverse the damage. Gov....Show More Summary
Indiana is getting a well-deserved black eye for the passage of a law that makes it perfectly fine to discriminate against LGBT people if Jesus tells you to. (For the record, Jesus doesn’t.) But a lot of the brouhaha over the new law fails to capture just how awful it really is. In fact, much […]
"The names of our sisters shouldn’t only make headlines when we walk a red carpet or lay in a casket," according to Janet Mock. We couldn't agree more. read more
Premiering December 3, the cast has not yet been announced...but Willow Smith's around. Just saying.
A few nationally known companies have been vocal, but not every Indiana-based business has spoken out publicly about the state's new law. read more
Julian Bond was at the forefront of the civil rights battles of the mid-20th century. He says the 'religious discrimination' bills now cropping up all over the nation are a return to the institutional intolerance of those days. read more
If Mike Pence wasn't getting the message before, the Indianapolis Star tried to get his attention. read more
Okay, we’ve been very appreciative of all the corporations, politicians, cities, celebrities and rock bands stepping up to cry foul over Indiana’s newly minted Religious […]
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I like Bill Maher and like his show even more. But his closing monologue on this past week's show was largely off-base and misdirected: Regardless of his personal feelings for the stories he mentions, Maher's take is actually the on...
In a Wall Street Journal piece, Gov. Mike Pence says his state's new 'religious freedom' law is not a license to discriminate against LGBT peop.e read more
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On tonight’s episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race, the mini-challenge involved re-creating infamous red-carpet outfits with colored paper. As Ru revealed, the challenge was inspired by the work of paperdragrace, who whips […]
The famously LGBT-friendly automaker says it does not agree with Indiana's so-called Religious Freedom Restoration Act. read more
Add Washington State and Portland to the growing list of cities and states banning government-funded travel to Indiana in the wake of its newly passed "religious freedom" bill allowing businesses to discriminate against gay customers. Via Washington Gov. Jay Inslee's...