Those who cruelly implement the actions of their faith are oblivious to the destruction they cause to their religion, or the people their beliefs impact.
Governments who support “religious freedom” over the equal human rights and dignity of others condone, and even endorse discrimination.
Many churches go silent as women come to grips with marriage to gay husbands.
It’s no secret that Republicans and the religious right would like the LGBT community to go away.
Though still in its infancy, science sheds light on transgender identities. Not so much ‘transracial’ ones.
A woman who chooses to stay married to a gay man must ask herself what she is getting out of the deal.
The LGBT community is just as diverse as the straight community, and it’s often difficult for gay men coming out later in life to find their place.
The American media has an agenda, but it’s not necessarily politics. They are there to sell stuff.
Unfortunately, Frank was never willing to look at the actual legacy of his work. Had he been able to do so, I believe he would have been devastated.
Considering how Trump’s cabinet will control the future of housing, financing, healthcare, education and retirement for 99% of Americans – in which none of them have a vested interest – our future is more uncertain than ever.
Because education stands at the very heart of what will make America great, or what will destroy it.
By distracting believers with the red herring of abortion, evangelicals have kept Republican politics – still predominately anti-human – going strong.
It is clear that a Trump presidency has awakened a sleeping giant, whose collective voice appears to only be a whisper of things to come.
Our biggest concerns should not his Twitter tirades, or petulant attacks, but the people manipulating him behind the scenes.
Should religious freedom take precedence over equal human rights? If so, whose religion, and which sect do we choose?
Your words are a death sentence. They don’t offer hope; they don’t give life.