Appeals court rules Wisconsin and Indiana marriage bans unconstitutional
A three-judge appeals court panel has rules that both Wisconsin's and Indiana's bans on marriage equality unconstitutional today.
Roman Catholic institutions don't stop firing LGBT employees
The streak of firings continues in St. Louis, Missouri, and Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
For the first time since Windsor, federal judge upholds Louisiana's ban on marriage equality
On Wednesday, a federal judge ruled that Louisiana's statewide ban on marriage equality is constitutional, marking the first time a federal court has done so since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down parts of the discriminatory "Defense of Marriage" Act in 2013.
Lawsuit filed on behalf of South Carolina teenager denied a license photo for wearing makeup
The Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund (TLDEF) has filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of the family of Chase Culpepper, a gender non-conforming South Carolina teenager who was refused a driver's license at the Department of Motor Vehicles until he removed his makeup.
This video should make every Christian cringe. What do we do about it?
A video making its way through the internet depicts one of the worst coming out experiences one can have. We hear a mother start with "I love you," and move quickly to kicking her son out of her home, to attacking and beating him.