The World Cup starts this week. Amidst all the preparation, Think Progress’s Travis Waldron highlights one of the more bizarre: the rules about sex that some coaches are laying down for their teams.
Current ‘Bachelor’ Juan Pablo Galavis comments about gays were off-base, but he got one thing right.
Vaughan Granier believes that there is beauty in the “synergy between two seemingly opposing concepts,” and a good leader is comfortable with these tensions and adept at exploring them.
Is this another step towards marriage equality? Here’s a breakdown of what happened in Utah, which could have far-reaching consequences.
It’s tempting to homogenize Nelson Mandela’s views into something everyone can support. But he did not seek — or obtain — universal approval.
After seven NHL seasons riding the bench with the Minnesota Wild and being diagnosed recently with Multiple Sclerosis, Josh Harding is on the ice and proving his mettle in the face of adversity.
Adam Peck on the world’s largest fast food chain’s helpful holiday tips for their employees.
The 1996 state law says that marriage must be between a man and a woman, and that same-sex unions performed elsewhere cannot be recognized in Pennsylvania.
Rajendra Pachuari, head of the United Nation’s group of climate scientists, said on Monday that humanity can no longer be content kicking the can down the road when it comes to climate change.
The piece ignores one of the primary reasons why sex between an adult teacher and an underage student is a crime — the tremendous power gulf between the two parties.
Among the stories dominating sports’ summer landscape , there are some you may have missed. Liam Day discusses the subtle, but important shifts taking place.
Christopher Doyle and his ex-gay advocacy group PFOX insist conversion therapy would help “save gay men from AIDS and suicide.”
Baton Rouge Metro Councilman John Delgado has demanded the department apologize to all of the men arrested in the sting, condemning the actions as “despicable, offensive, hateful, bigoted.”
After a ruling by the US Supreme Court in 2003, then-Louisiana Attorney General Richard Ieyoub issued a statement asserting that the state’s anti-sodomy law could not be enforced, except in cases of prostitution and bestiality.
Bruce Hanes, the Montgomery County Registry of Wills, has decided that issuing same-sex couples marriage licenses is the “proper way to honor his oath to uphold the Pennsylvania constitution.”
There’s no need to examine, anecdote by anecdote, whether Obama is right about racial profiling in America. It doesn’t take a single case to make the President’s point; there is a lot of data already on the books to substantiate his claims.