Today, May 22, is the fiftieth anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Clive Michael Boutilier v. the Immigration and Naturalization Service (1967), a long-forgotten ruling that upheld the deportation of a legal resident from Canada who was classified by the U.S. government as having a...
Militant homosexual group Stonewall says it was not directly involved with the controversial 'Made in God's Image' but applauded the pro-gay material.
The Associated Press reports: Indonesian police detained dozens of men including several foreigners in a weekend raid on a gay sauna in the capital, another sign of growing hostility to homosexuality in the world’s most populous Muslim nation. Show More Summary
The raid on a sauna in Jakarta, along with the release of pictures of the men detained, is the latest crackdown on homosexuality in the Muslim-majority nation.
After Olympian Tyson Gay qualified for the 100-meter-dash final, Christian news outlet OneNews Now published an article with the following headline: “Homosexual Eases Into 100 Final at Olympic Trials.” The mistake was caused by the site’s editorial filter, which changed the athlete’s last name automatically — in keeping with the outlet’s policy against running stories […]
The moment of resistance happened outside a screening of Robin Campillo's "120 Beats Per Minute."
Protestors shouted "Romania doesn't tolerate the homosexuals."
They'll be charged with drug possession because they were detained before engaging in sex.
Twenty-seven men were arrested on drug charges. But because they were not engaging in sex, they were not charged with homosexuality, which is a crime in Bangladesh.
'At the root of this is the work of Satan, who wants to build an actual anti-creation.'
'What Sister Lucia said in those days is being fulfilled in these days of ours.'
Authorities in Bangladesh have arrested 27 men in a crackdown on homosexuality, a criminal offense in the Muslim-majority country, and plan to charge them with drug possession, an official tells the AP. A commander of the elite police unit that made the arrests says the suspects, mostly students aged 20-30...
Police in Bangladesh have arrested 27 men for attending a secret meeting for LGBT people. Police are believed to have been tipped off about the meeting leading to the raid, during which they recovered drugs and condoms, reports News.com.au. According… Read The post Bangladesh Police Arrest 27 Men For ‘Homosexuality and Illegal Drugs’ appeared first on Towleroad.
Police in Bangladesh stormed a community center outside the capital of Dhaka early Friday morning and arrested 27 men. Their crime? They’re suspected of being gay. Zahangir Hossain Matobbar, the commander of Bangladesh’s Rapid Action Battalion, told the Associated Press that the suspects — mostly students between the ages of 20 to 30 — were […]
Gay rights groups have petitioned to unseat a Kentucky family court judge who announced last month that he will no longer hear adoption cases involving “homosexual parties”. Judge W. Mitchell Nance sits in Barren and Metcalfe counties and said his decision to recuse himself going forward from all adoptions involving gay people is because he believes... Read More »
The Blue Jays center fielder could be seen angrily saying it in the direction of another player Wednesday
The Guardian reports: Canada’s government has said it will formally apologise to the thousands of Canadians who suffered injustices during a decades-long campaign to root out homosexuality from the military and public service, bringing it in line with a longstanding demand by advocates. Show More Summary
The May 17 episode of NBC’s reliably liberal Law and Order: Special Victims Unit quickly picked up the mantle of anti-Christian media, portraying Christians as humorless stiffs who believe rape can cure homosexuality. The episode centers on Ann Davenport, a small town girl from Indiana on a church trip to New York City. Show More Summary
Pillar used a slur in full view of the camera toward the Braves on Wednesday
Organisers of Lebanon’s first gay pride festival have vowed to proceed with the celebration, despite religious figures forcing the closure of the first of this week’s pro-LGBT events. Proud Lebanon Director Bertho Makso said that Beirut Pride – which kicked off on Sunday with an exhibition on gender fluidity in fashion – will go ahead […]