Protesters at US Supreme Court
October 11th, 2019

For the first time in history, the U.S. Supreme Court is hearing a case about the employment rights of transgender individuals. The case involves a transgender woman who was fired from her job after announcing her transition and refusing to wear male clothes to work. With two new appointees by President Trump, how will the new court rule? Continue reading

Pope Francis Waving at Visitors
October 3rd, 2019

Pope Francis recently met with a pro-LGBT priest who has drawn frequent criticism for his stance on homosexuality. Some are saying this is yet another sign that the pope is a progressive. But others are questioning if the pope’s words are hollow. Continue reading

McKrae Game
September 6th, 2019

McKrae Game, who founded one of South Carolina’s largest gay conversion therapy programs, has come out as gay. Now he’s trying to figure out how to move forward with his life, seek forgiveness, and undo the harm he’s caused. Continue reading

Mixed race wedding
September 4th, 2019

After learning that her brother and his fiancée had been turned down by a wedding venue in their small Mississippi hometown, Lakambria Welch thought there must have been a mistake. She drove down to Boone’s Camp Event Hall in Booneville, MS to sort things out with the owner. But Welch couldn’t have been prepared for the conversation that followed. Continue reading

Teacher teaching LGBT history in class
August 16th, 2019

Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker just signed into law a bill that ensures all public school students in Illinois learn about the contributions and history of the LGBT movement in American history. Progressive groups are praising the bill as a step towards giving LGBT youth representation in their textbooks. However, some parents believe the law is taking away their right to educate their children about sexuality. Continue reading

Young girl standing at border fence
July 12th, 2019

A prominent NYC pastor and long-time advocate for immigrant rights is suing the federal government after she was placed on a federal watchlist for conducting ministry work with migrants south of the border. Continue reading

Christian student Felix Ngole
July 12th, 2019

After his 2015 expulsion from the University of Sheffield for calling gay marriage “sinful” on Facebook, Felix Ngole won the right to another hearing on appeal. Now the school will again determine if expressing anti-gay sentiment on social media justifies student expulsion. Continue reading

a drag queen reads a book to children at drag queen story hour
June 27th, 2019

The Drag Queen Story Hour event in Spokane, Washington drew hundreds of protesters and counter-protesters to the South Hill Library, where the event took place.– but they’re hardly the first. Across the country, people are up in arms about drag queens reading books to children. Continue reading

A same-sex wedding cake
June 27th, 2019

The frosting is not yet set on this cake. That was the message sent by the United States Supreme Court after it vacated a ruling that effectively put a pair of Christian bakers out of business for sticking to their religious guns. Continue reading

A school chalkboard with 'No Gays Allowed' written on it
June 26th, 2019

After 22 months of negotiation, a Catholic high school in Indianapolis let a gay teacher go. The Catholic Archdiocese told the school to fire the teacher or lose their Catholic affiliation. Now community members and fellow educators are outraged. Continue reading