August 28th, 2017

Let’s say you are opposed to same-sex marriage, and are trying to prevent it from becoming law. You want to bring people over to your point of view, but polite tactics aren’t working. How far is it OK to go? … Continue reading

A rainbow American flag
August 10th, 2017

In contrast to recent signals from the White House, statistics show that public support for gay marriage has been steadily increasing in recent years. Across America, people are more accepting of the LGBT community than ever before. And it’s not … Continue reading

gay adoption
May 15th, 2017

Alabama has recently passed legislation that would allow for private adoption agencies to refuse to house orphaned children in the homes of gay couples. Continue reading

Felix Ngole was expelled for his anti-gay views
April 27th, 2017

Sheffield University has been recognized as one of top 100 colleges in the world, but now the college is making headlines for the wrong reasons. Controversy erupted last year after university officials expelled a Christian student for his views on … Continue reading

A lesbian couple chosen to be co-pastors at Calvary Baptist Church in Washington D.C.
April 13th, 2017

A historic Washington D.C. church has taken a gigantic step by appointing its first lesbian couple to partner-lead the congregation. Although many denominations are trending toward more tolerant beliefs, there has been no shortage of criticism for the decision to put a same-sex couple on the pulpit. Continue reading

LGBT teens are at a much higher risk of suicide.
February 23rd, 2017

An astonishing 29% of LGBT teens attempted suicide in the past year, compared to just 6% of heterosexual teens. However, a new study links the legalization of gay marriage to a marked decrease in suicide attempts among this vulnerable group. Continue reading

Westboro picketing Kim Davis.
October 27th, 2016

Westboro Baptist Church is picketing the workplace of Kentucky County Clerk Kim Davis. The virtually universally loathed group, known for protesting anything from the funerals of American soldiers to the San Diego Comic-Con, leveled a new accusation that Davis was … Continue reading

A pro-LGBT group protests the Anglican Church's stance toward gay marriage.
October 7th, 2016

“Hate has no place in the house of God” – Desmond Tutu In early 2015, the Episcopal Church (the U.S. branch of the Anglican Church) voted to formally allow same-sex marriage. Few were happier to hear the news than Gene … Continue reading

Many people argue that Christian religious freedom is discriminatory
July 12th, 2016

Religious freedom has been a hot topic across America in recent years. It has generated contentious debate around the First Amendment right to free exercise of religion, and, specifically, how far this right should extend. Since Christianity is the dominant … Continue reading

Supporters of marriage equality gathered in front of the Supreme Court last year
June 24th, 2016

It’s June 26, 2015: All eyes are fixed on the front steps of the Supreme Court in Washington D.C. Suddenly, several people burst out of the doors, come bounding down the steps, and break into a sprint across the courtyard … Continue reading