The Family Research Council is going around pushing the following stat, so much so that they have made several memes and even created a microsite to host the associated polling: Only thing? The stat is meaningless. And deeply deceptive. It's...
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RuPaul says that all you need to be America’s next drag superstar is Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve and Talent, but it takes more than that. It also takes GRIT! True grit. Today we’re joined by Drew Fowler who is currently working on his Ph.D. Show More Summary
City wants religious discrimination case against them dismissed. The post City of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, files motion to dismiss wedding chapel’s religious discrimination case appeared first on Equality On Trial.
Quick hearing in adoption dispute. The post Hearing scheduled for March 2 in new Alabama adoption dispute filed by successful Searcy plaintiffs appeared first on Equality On Trial.
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Another Alabama case in federal court. The post Cari Searcy, successful plaintiff in federal challenge to Alabama’s same-sex marriage ban, files new lawsuit for immediate adoption order appeared first on Equality On Trial.
News from Kentucky, Alabama, Nebraska, and more. The post Equality news round-up: Kentucky anti-transgender “bathroom bill” passes state senate panel, and more appeared first on Equality On Trial.
A few judges are still refusing to see gay and lesbian couples in Alabama. Texas has had its first lesbian marriage, and now state officials are scrambling to find a way to undo it. And some major national anti-gay figures are preparing to release a new manifesto to stop the freedom to marry. Show More Summary
News from the Defense Secretary, Alabama, and more. The post Equality news round-up: news on transgender military service, and more appeared first on Equality On Trial.
It's a complete 180º for Georgia's former attorney general — a man who almost single-handedly stopped LGBT advances in their tracks. read more
The CW network continues to move the needle forward for bi visibility. read more
Before cutting into a cake celebrating a decade of discrimination, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick urged constituents to become an 'army' to oppose abortion, 'protect marriage,' and defend the constitution. read more
A so-called 'license to discriminate' bill has died in Arkansas, but similar ones remain pending in numerous other states. read more
A major Alaskan tribal organization just welcomed marriage equality into its laws — but they aren't alone. read more
One of greater hurdles facing most pieces of tech these days is battery life. You’ve been there--out on the town, heading to a bar or friend’s place, only to realize that your phone is on the brink of death with...
Beginning today Facebook users will be able to describe their gender using whatever kind of personal language they feel the most comfortable with. The move comes after an increased demand from the public for Facebook to allow people to choose...
PAT ROBERTSON: Net neutrality is part of "socialist agenda" to "take control of everything" CHRISTINA AGUILERA: Revisits her SNL impression of Samantha from Sex and the City. WANDA SYKES: On unexpectedly coming out in public back in 2008 CAPTAIN AMERICA:...
The days of taking Truvada once-a-day may soon be over. Past research has claimed that daily use of PrEP can dramatically lower one’s chances of being infected with HIV. Now, two new studies support those claims, but one of the studies takes it a step further. 500 gay men in the U.K. participated in a study retest the effectiveness of taking the standard, […]
The Queen of the skies talks chicken or beef — and other hot-button travel issues read more