Why does Fox News' Todd Starnes say a wedding of a wide range of couples is "intolerant"?
Indiana and Utah will both host anti-marriage equality rallies. Both programs feature anti-LGBT activists who have said some of the most jaw-dropping things about LGBT people.
Why is one of the biggest TV producers in America, Mark Burnett, and his actress wife, Roma Downey, signing up to lead a new coalition right alongside four of the most extreme anti-LGBT activists?
Jeremy Hooper examines how having a child has dramatically changed his LGBT advocacy work. He's not just advocating for himself. He's advocating for her.
New evidence suggests that Brian, losing so fully and clearly here at home, is planning to make an even bigger push onto the international stage.
Uganda's parliment passed its draconian anti-LGBT law that has been under consideration since 2009, including a life sentence for LGBT people
Tony Perkins was on CNN again, using rhetorical acrobatics to connect the Utah ruling on the religious freedom of straight people to the LGBT community.
A Russian actor, Ivan Okhlobystin, recently said that LGBT people should be burned in ovens. Bryan Fischer backed away from that comment, but Jeremy Hooper calls him on his role in creating such violent rhetoric.
The American Family Association has led a multi-platform, multi-spokesperson rhetorical assault against the decorated musical, Kinky Boots, its costuming, and its themes of acceptance.