When the Family Research Council says it wants everyone to be "free to believe," it means "free to discriminate."
The Family Research Council (FRC), an anti-LGBT hate group, has launched a new site called “Free To Believe,” a new effort to emphasize “religious freedom” as a means of denying LGBT equality. The site is a catalog of the stories of 20 individuals, all of whom either run businesses that are committed to refusing service to same-sex couples or have otherwise experienced public backlash for opposing LGBT equality."
MOSCOW - A gay Russian demonstrator was detained Saturday for unfurling a rainbow flag during the Olympic torch relay as it passed through his hometown of Voronezh, 560 miles north of Sochi, where the games will begin Feb.
Jay H's insight:
Some people still imagine Russia to be a demoncracy. It isn't. It's not even a benevolent dictatorship.
Pico Rivera transgender teen tired of 'mixed messages' from school officials Whittier Daily News Transgender student Staceyy Holidayy, 15, who received a two-day suspension on Wednesday for a dress code violation at El Rancho High School in Pico...
International Business Times Gay In Nigeria: LGBT Life In One Of The World's Most Homophobic Nations International Business Times LAGOS, Nigeria -- Life in Nigeria, one of the world's most anti-gay nations, according to a recent study, is a daily...
Tasmania goes it alone on gay marriageHerald SunTASMANIA is set to go it alone on gay marriage after the state's ALP conference voted to introduce laws that could have wedding bells ringing by the end of the year.
A transgender woman who was a national Scrabble champion took her own life after receiving abuse for being different, an inquest has heard.
Mikki Nicholson, 36, told a psychiatric nurse that she “felt stigmatised” for being transgender and was being taunted in the street. She wanted to leave Carlisle where she was living because she hoped she would be less abused elsewhere, but had recently discovered that she would risk homelessness by moving.
Fortitude Magazine 'Everyday Homophobia': The New Leading Edge of the LGBT Rights Movement Huffington Post At the outset of the modern lesbian, gay bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights movement in the 1970s, many early activists endorsed the...
Mister Cee, the popular New York City-based HOT 97 DJ who was forced to resign after his solicitation of a male prostitute was leaked to the public, Tweeted later that day that he may be “better off dead.” The scandal began on Wednesday, according...
Jay H's insight:
Not male. Trans woman, you ignorant moron of a journalist.
Gambian President Yahya Jammeh has once again made outspoken remarks about HIV and is repeating claims that he can treat the virus with herbs.
People like this are dangerous. Their false claims kill, their hate kills; their mismanagement of the country (in this case) destroys, impoverishes and - indirectly - kills. Povery, exclusion, violence - all flow from rabid, pathological intolerance and lying.
The GuardianGay relationships could be factor in US deportation casesThe GuardianHomeland security spokeswoman Marsha Catron said on Friday that binational gay couples are eligible for consideration under a federal program designed to focus...
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