‘Equality House’ opens across the street from Westboro Baptist Church
What do you do when you disagree with an organization’s practices? You move in across the street from them and paint the house rainbow. That’s exactly what Planting Peace did to the Westboro Baptist Church.
Boy Scout controversy proves to be too hot for Chipotle
Wow, first no music and now no food. Boy Scouts’ events are proving to be a difficult ticket to sell to performers and sponsors this year as Chipotle announces their sponsorship pull from a Utah BSA event.
Hometown artist Janis Ian speaks out about Michelle Shocked tirade
"It is sad when a talented person chooses to use that talent in the service of their own misplaced rage, and their disappointment in their own life. I often wonder if people like this die and meet God, who will smack them upside the head and say ‘Did I really look like I needed your help?!” Read what else Ian had to say above.
One bold move after another for Jacob Rudolph. The 18-year old senior came out to his classmates during an awards assembly earlier this year and now stands before the NJ Senate testifying against conversion therapy. Kudos, young man!
Over the course of a decade, the percentage of Americans supporting marriage equality has risen from 37% to 58%. Is it too much to hope that in another ten years all 50 states will support marriage equality? We hope not.
Gay fan writes a letter asking that the kiss cam ‘joke’ showing opposing players on the screen is not necessary and send an anti-gay message to fans. Do you agree?