Stories of real people being reported on by journalistic outlets, or voices that deserve amplifying
Why the anti-LGBT movement should fear greater TV representation
Brent Bozell and FRC head Tony Perkins seem to believe that their anti-LGBT extremism might have a fighting chance, if only they had some fictional counterparts populating sitcoms and dramas.
Some things should remain fringe: The story of a pastor against Girl Scout Cookies
A Denver pastor doesn't like the Girl Scouts of the USA. That's really clear.
Customers leave anti-gay note instead of gratuity after "excellent" service
A twenty year old Kansas man who is a server at Carrabba's Italian Grill was denied a tip by a couple he provided service to. The couple acknowledged the "excellent" job he did, but instead of acknowledging his excellent service by tipping him, the couple wrote him a message on the back of the check about their objection to his sexual orientation and used their understanding of God to support their decision not to tip.
Survey: LGBTQ youth are more inclined to report sexual harassment
Research and data collected as part of The Teen Health and Technology online survey has revealed that LGBTQ adolescents were more likely to report being sexually harassed when compared to their straight piers.
Methodist Bishop defies Alabama Bishop and will preside at gay couple's wedding
Retired United Methodist Bishop Melvin Talbert arrived in Birmingham Alabama on Friday to preside at the wedding of Joe Openshaw and Bobby Prince on Saturday. It will be the first public marriage of a gay couple presided over by a United Methodist bishop.