Crossfit Training
June 14th, 2018

After an Indianapolis CrossFit gym decided to cancel a workout session planned during an LGBT Pride event, a top CrossFit employee voiced his support for the cancellation on Twitter, thanking the company for “refusing to celebrate sin.” He’s since been let go. Continue reading

no gays allowed sign
June 12th, 2018

A Tennessee store owner took a stand against gay rights by putting up a “No Gays Allowed” sign. After a photo of the sign was posted online, it quickly became the top trending topic on Twitter, and was seen by millions around the globe. Continue reading

Supreme Court sides with Christian Baker
June 4th, 2018

This morning, the Supreme Court ruled 7-2 in favor of Jack Phillips, a Colorado baker who refused to bake a cake for a same-sex couple‚Äôs wedding because of his Christian beliefs. However, the Court’s ruling didn’t address the central issue of whether religious freedom allows for discrimination. Continue reading

Anti-LGBT
May 23rd, 2018

An Oregon high school has come under intense scrutiny amid reports of ongoing harassment and intimidation of LGBT students. After years of enduring abuse from classmates, teachers, and administrators, two brave students recently went public with their stories. Among the punishments prescribed to LGBT kids was mandatory Bible reading. Continue reading

Man berates a Muslim woman in a coffee shop
May 21st, 2018

A viral video shows a man insulting a Muslim woman wearing a niqab in a California coffee shop. The incident sparked an intense debate over the merits of Islamic face coverings. Some argue they are oppressive and should be outlawed in public, but others insist this would be a mistake. Continue reading

Political protest silhouette
February 20th, 2018

Since the presidential election, a lot of relationships have been sacrificed and things have come out into the open that would otherwise be left hidden in a deep dark closet. These nasty ideas have been given oxygen, and the consequences have been brutal. Continue reading

A Confederate statue being torn down
December 13th, 2017

This past summer brought a wave of reckoning that swept across the country, as scores of statues and monuments celebrating the Confederacy were removed from the public eye. In total, at least 30 cities oversaw the removal of one or more statues. Was it the right move? Continue reading

Pope Francis speaking in Myanmar
November 28th, 2017

Pope Francis has completed a visit to Myanmar, though not without severely damaging his image as a peacemaker. Interesting enough, it’s not what he said — but what he didn’t say — that has sparked backlash from humanitarian groups worldwide. Continue reading

A sign encouraging voters to "vote no" on same-sex marriage in Australia
November 22nd, 2017

In a nonbinding referendum last week, Australians voted in favor of allowing gay couples to legally marry. The final tally: 61 percent in favor, 39 percent against. And while supporters of same-sex marriage are no doubt still celebrating this resounding victory, the months-long campaign revealed just how vast the cultural divide is on this issue. Continue reading

November 9th, 2017

A former nurse who worked in the hospital at Duke University has filed a federal lawsuit alleging religious discrimination. The woman, Sara Pedro, claims that Duke violated anti-discrimination laws by refusing to accommodate her religious objections to aiding in abortions, … Continue reading