Indiana, Arkansas Approve Revised Religious Objections Laws Amid Worries Of Anti-LGBT Discrimination
Lawmakers in Arkansas and Indiana passed legislation Thursday that they hoped would quiet the national uproar over new religious objections laws that opponents say are designed to offer a legal defense for anti-gay discrimination.
Veteran Giants Pitcher Jeremy Affeldt says it’s time for his fellow Christians to realize that Jesus loves everyone, including members of the “gay community.”
The Oakland A’s will be hosting their first LGBT Pride night in June and the girlfriend of A’s closer Sean Doolittle wants to make sure the stands are packed.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff says he doesn’t want his employees subjected to discrimination as part of their work for the San Francisco-Based company, and he is cancelling all required travel to the state of Indiana following the signing of a religious freedom law that some say allows business to exclude gay customers.
The status of the event during Pride weekend was in question after the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence said they were stepping away.
‘You’re not my sister Maya, you’re Myron my brother’ CBS Daytime’s B&B Reveals Transgender Character
For two years on Bold and the Beautiful, character Maya Avant has been carrying a secret. She is transgender.
Lesbians, gays, bisexual and transgender people who have flocked to City Church of San Francisco are no longer required to practice life-long celibacy in order to become members.
Despite Texas’ statewide ban on gay marriage, county officials in Austin married a same-sex couple on Thursday under a one-time court order issued for medical reasons.
‘Pink Saturday’ In San Francisco’s Castro District Canceled By Organizers Citing Increasing Violence
San Francisco’s Pink Saturday, the annual the street party held on the eve of the LGBT Pride Celebration in the Castro District, has has been canceled due safety and security concerns, the event’s hosts said.
Urban Outfitters Tapestries Resembling Nazi Concentration Camp Uniforms Spark Outrage In LGBT, Jewish Community
Urban Outfitters’ use of symbols reminiscent of Nazi oppression on home decor has sparked outrage in gay and Jewish communities here in the Bay Area, and around the world.