"A little lemonade can go a long way," and that's exactly what happened when 5 and a half year old Jayden Sink decided to sell her Pink Lemonade for Peace this weekend. Her stand was located in front of the beautifully-painted rainbow Equality House that is located across from the anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church.
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I received a tip from a GLAADblog follower about a statement posted by KRXQ radio host Rob Williams
GLAAD just posted a recap of its activity relating to KRXQ and its offensive comments against transgender children.
On May 28, the "Rob, Arnie and Dawn in the Morning" show aired a highly offensive segment that caused a lot of shock
On May 28, KRXQ radio hosts Rob Williams and Arnie States spent more than 30 minutes making dehumanizing and defamat
Today, GLAAD has received confirmations from three different companies pulling their advertising contracts from KRXQ
Oregon Health & Science University plans to increase access to medically necessary care for transgender employees. The move follows “an extensive internal review of health benefits along with discussions with transgender advocates,” according to an OHSU release issued Monday.
After over two months of contentious debate, controversy and uncertainty, the East Aurora School District 131 has called off the creation of a new policy that would add protections for transgender and gender nonconforming students.
Proponents of “conversion therapy,” a practice that seeks to turn gay people straight, gathered in the State House Monday afternoon to testify against a bill that would ban such therapy for minors.
The state Senate president said Monday she anticipates a committee vote on same-sex marriage in the coming legislative session, despite her opposition to it, if the House of Representatives endorses it.
The Montana Supreme Court has rejected a request that gay couples be guaranteed the same benefits as married couples.
Last October, Jessica Aiken and Jenny Buntemeyer lost their son in utero. To add to their grief, the Iowa Department of Public Health (DPH) proceeded to erase Buntemeyer’s name from the death certificate because she was not the child’s “father.”
After a string of political victories in Florida and across the country, gays and lesbians see 2012 as a political watershed.
From a financial standpoint, same-sex married couples have much to gain - and some to lose - if the Supreme Court overturns the federal Defense of Marriage Act.