German lawmakers have voted to quash the convictions of 50,000 gay men sentenced for homosexuality under a Nazi-era law. Although the law dates from 1871, it was rarely enforced until the Nazis came to power. In 1935 the law was amended to carry a se… Read The post Lawmakers to Annul Convictions of 50,000 Gay Men In Nazi-Era Germany appeared first on Towleroad.
The sexual revolution always unfolds the same way, says TN Pastor Greg Locke.Somehow, it includes animals and musicians.
Sadly, the Catholic hierarchy is caving in to outside pressures and the foundation of the Church is starting to crumble.
The European Court of Human Rights ruled that a Russian law banning what it describes as the promotion of homosexuality to minors breached European treaty rules, but Moscow said it would appeal what it called an unjust decision. Under...Show More Summary
Many NFL players have trouble figuring out what to do with their lives after their athletic careers end. Ryan O’Callaghan’s plan was to end his life, all the better to take his secret to the grave. O’Callaghan was a gay man who dared not let anyone know about it and who saw a football career as […]
Homosexual online sites celebrated the preteen lesbian for 'coming out.'
A federal appeals court has upheld the Richmond Police Department’s firing of a longtime employee who claimed the department discriminated against her because of her religious disapproval of homosexuality. The Police Department had valid...Show More Summary
Ryan O’Callaghan, a former offensive tackle for the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs, has come out as gay in a new interview with Outsports. O’Callaghan, 34, grew up in Redding, California, where, he says, homosexuality was not accepted. “If you’re a gay kid and you hear someone you love say ‘fag,’ it makes... Read more »
The 26-year-old fled his homeland after relatives threatened to kill him because of his homosexuality.
The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday blasted as discriminatory Russian legislation banning the promotion of homosexuality. The court said such laws "reinforced stigma and prejudice and encouraged homophobia," which was "incompatible with the values of a democratic society". Show More Summary
The European Court of Human Rights ruled Tuesday that a Russian law banning the promotion of homosexuality is discriminatory and encourages homophobia. The court also said the law breached European treaty rules on freedom of expression. “In tod… Read The post European Court Of Human Rights Condemns Russia’s ‘Gay Propaganda’ Law appeared first on Towleroad.
STRASBOURG/MOSCOW (Reuters) - The European Court of Human Rights ruled that a Russian law banning the promotion of homosexuality to minors breached European treaty rules, angering Moscow, which said on Tuesday it would appeal what it called an unjust decision.
Gay UK: Love, Law and Liberty explores gay lives through personal testimony, cultural expression and legal reform, from the 1895 trial of Oscar Wilde to the posthumous pardoning of historical homosexual offences this year. The free exhibition,...Show More Summary
"The record is aggressively, unabashedly homosexual."
The Moscow Times reports: A religious leader for Russia’s Old Believers has called on Russian men to stop shaving to “protect themselves from homosexuality.” Metropolitan Kornily, Primate of the Russian Orthodox Old Believer Church (RPSC), said that men with beards were less likely “corrupted” by same-sex relationships. Show More Summary
Metropolitan Kornily, Primate of the Russian Orthodox Old Believer Church (RPSC), a friend of Vladimir Putin, urged Russian men to stop shaving to “protect themselves from homosexuality,” the Moscow Times reports: Metropolitan Kornily, Pr… Read The post Putin-Backed Russian Priest Says Beards Protect Men from Being Gay appeared first on Towleroad.
‘I love the students, but I love God more,’ a special education instructor wrote in explaining his reasons for speaking out on the sinfulness of homosexuality.
The country's media council objected to scenes, language and sexual activity in The Dinner Club that are 'against Ugandan values.'
Here's some advice: When a friend of yours dies, don't use her death as an opportunity to condemn everything she stood for.
Metropolitan Kornily, Primate of the Russian Orthodox Old Believer Church, told a Russian media outlet that "God created everyone with a beard."