David and Jason Benham, the twin brothers who were fired from an HGTV reality show because of their opposition to gay marriage, have slammed President Obama's transgender bathroom directive to public schools, calling it a means to create "chaos."
Conscription into the sexual revolution continues. In Wyoming, the state supreme court is now set to consider whether a municipal judge should be tossed from office merely for stating that she would not officiate at same-sex weddings. Show More Summary
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore has been suspended on charges of violating judicial ethics in his opposition to gay marriage by the state's Court of the Judiciary. Despite a ruling by a federal judge in Mobile making gay marriage legal...Show More Summary
Since the late 1970s, the American conservative movement has been an uneasy -- and unstoppable -- alliance of big-business-friendly finance boosters and poor, evangelical Christians whose major issues were things like gay marriage, abortion, and forcing women into "traditional" gender roles, not taxation and "small government." (more…)
America isn’t the only Western country where expressing opposition to gay marriage will unleash serious backlash from progressives. At Sheffield...
Media coverage of Pope Francis’s Amoris Laetitia typically noted that it reaffirmed the Catholic Church’s opposition to gay marriage. Slate’s William Saletan acknowledges the literal truth of that reporting, but suggested in an April...Show More Summary
A Christian student expelled from England's University of Sheffield because he quoted the Bible's stance on homosexuality in a Facebook post has lost his appeal.
A Wisconsin-based Catholic university is expected to fire a professor it suspended for criticizing a teaching assistant who barred a student from speaking in class because he opposed gay marriage.
Queen Elizabeth II opposed the legalization of same-sex marriage in England, a close friend has reportedly told London-based news website.
A postgraduate student studying to become a social worker was expelled from his college for voicing his opposition to gay marriage on Facebook.
A Christian postgraduate student in the UK has been expelled from a university for expressing his opposition to gay marriage in a Facebook post. Here’s the story from The UK Telegraph: A Christian postgraduate student has been expelled from his course, effectively ending his chances of a career as a social worker, for voicing opposition […]
The Philippine Catholic church on Sunday defended boxing hero Manny Pacquiao for his opposition to gay marriage, saying he was only quoting the Bible. But Father Jerome Secillano also said over radio station DZMM that Pacquiao should respect homosexuals and not judge and condemn them after the...
Ted Cruz on Wednesday took every opportunity he could to blast the Supreme Court’s ruling on gay marriage. Cruz lamented the Court’s ruling during a CNN Town Hall in South Carolina when asked about “more and more opposition to Chris… Read The post Ted Cruz Laments ‘Tragic’, ‘Disastrous’, and ‘Fundamentally Illegitimate’ Gay Marriage Ruling – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Manny Pacquiao says he respects Nike's decision to sever his contract but stands by his controversial opposition to gay marriage. Pacquiao insists on his views and is happy "a lot of people were alarmed by the truth," according to an...Show More Summary
Nike Ends Multi-Million Dollar Endorsement Deal With Manny Pacquiao Boxing star Manny Pacquiao apologized today for stating that gay relationships were as “worse than animals” but stands by his opposition to same-sex marriage. The fallout from Manny’s anti-gay have officially
From Fox News: Boxing star and Philippine Senate candidate Manny Pacquiao apologized Tuesday for denouncing people in gay relationships as “worse than animals” but said he stood by his opposition to same-sex marriage. Fellow Filipino celebrities were among those criticizing his remarks, made when a TV network asked candidates about their views on same-sex marriage. […]
Manny Pacquiao Says Gay People Are Worse Than Animals Boxing star Manny Pacquiao apologized today for stating that gay relationships were as “worse than animals” but stands by his opposition to same-sex marriage according to ESPN reports: Fellow Filipino celebrities
Boxer Manny Pacquiao apologized on social media after saying that being gay was worse than being an animal, while reiterating his opposition to gay marriage.
Boxing star and Philippine Senate candidate Manny Pacquiao apologized Tuesday for denouncing people in gay relationships as "worse than animals" but said he stood by his opposition to same-sex marriage. Fellow Filipino celebrities were among those criticizing his remarks, made when a TV network...
While visiting a New Hampshire diner on Monday, Marco Rubio was confronted by a gay man who challenged the presidential hopeful's opposition to same-sex marriage.