Patrick Paglen discusses the latest controversy over Pope Francis.
What would you do if you were stuck in a room full of people who don’t know you but hate you anyway?
Matthew Rozsa deconstructs the dangerous logic being used by the anti-gay rights movement in America today. — Over the last week or so, there has been a growing problem with the logic of the anti-gay rights movement. Let’s see if this article from the right-wing blog InfoWars about Vester Lee Flanagan, the African-American gay man who shot two reporters […]
I don’t care if gays get married or not. I care if we can look indiscriminately with eyes of love on everyone.
What can we expect from anti-LGBT activists in post-Obergefell America?
Matt Rozsa dismisses the top three arguments against #MarriageEquality so everyone can embrace the change.
Generations of boys have been forced to suppress their authentic emotional selves because of the fear of being kicked out of the man club and called a queer.
The four liberal judges on the Supreme Court were expected to support marriage equality, but the fifth is going to take a lot of flak for it. A doff of the hat to Justice Anthony Kennedy.
Homophobia remains a real concern in sports, but attitudes on the field toward LGBT athletes are slowly changing. David Saunders reports that leadership on this issue is coming from unexpected places – including outer suburban football in Australia.
Helping out at the Gay Games taught Ty Phillips that we all have heavy lifting to do when it comes to gay rights.
The corporate backlash shouldn’t be a surprise. Companies have increasingly played a more active role on social issues.
“Grandma, I’m a good person and always try to do the right thing. How can you tell your own grandson that he is demonic?” I said. “Well,” she said, “the truth hurts.”
Indiana politicians thought they were holding the line; instead, they crossed it.
The Presbyterian Church (USA) vote to allow gay marriage will have multiple consequences now and in decades to come.