Josh Duggar is still making headlines.
Yes, there are people who hate others that have opposing lifestyles. But there are plenty of people in the world who care and support differences.
In the late 1980’s, Doug took his boyfriend, suffering from AIDS-related dementia, to the hospital. He was escorted out by security.
In our second letter of the day to the Duggar family, gay dad Rob Watson addresses mother Michelle about her activism against the LGBT community and how her rhetoric stands up in light of the situation her family faces.
Caleb Woods looks back to a day when the values in Christian Churches were a lot simpler. He wants our kids to return to the same message about Love that he learned.
This is a plea to stop using “gay” as exchangeable for “bad”.
Homophobia hidden behind “helpful words” and guidance “to be kind” is still hurtful and dangerous, no matter who’s saying it.
Chris Thompson was moved to outrage by the hate parents showed when their son came out. And he was moved to tears when he asked his friends, “If you could choose … “
Anti-gay countries are trying to use the UN’s Human Rights Council to exempt themselves from LGBT rights obligations.
One gay person. One anti-gay person. One hug.
Months ago, when Kaleb and Kordale posted a selfie of themselves doing their daughters’ hair, they had no idea what was coming.
Rob Watson tells about a teen whose family rejected him, and the family who found a new son.
Even though I still feel troubled by our engagement with Sochi, I’m glad we didn’t boycott the Games. If we stand even the faintest chance of Working It Out, we need the whole story.
In this piece of investigative journalism, Austin Harrington discusses what may be the true reasons behind Putin’s anti-gay rhetoric.
Dustin Timbrook looks at what happens when people you care for are on opposite sides of a controversy.