As marriage equality cases move forward in Arkansas, some pray for the state's ban on same-sex marriage to be upheld.
At the I Stand Sunday rally in Houston, opponents of an LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance portrayed themselves as victims of dictators and evildoers — and Phil Robertson promised he wouldn't use the women's restroom.
Antigay pol Rick Santorum claims young people support LGBT rights only because gay activists have kept them from hearing the alternative view.
Antigay leader Tony Perkins calls same-sex marriage the 'evil bidding' of courts; Ted Olson counters as a strong voice for equality.
That's one of the choice quotes from the right wing in the wake of today's decision not to take up marriage equality cases, along with calling the action the 'Roe v. Wade of sodomy-based marriage.'
Two gay candidates for the U.S. House and a gay-friendly nominee for the Senate are 'wrong on critical, foundational issues,' say the archconservative organizations.
Peter Sprigg's circuitous argument: Williams's suicide shows rehab doesn't always work, and therefore reparative therapy is no less successful than rehab.
In the past two years, Kelly has featured the noted homophobe more than all other Fox News hosts combined.
Americans who oppose marriage equality don't care to put forth the effort to stop it.
The head of the Family Research Council asks if Christians are to be hauled off in 'boxcars.'
The results are contrary to those of some other recent polls, but the right-wing groups that commissioned this poll say others were skewed by how questions were worded.
The Illinois Family Institute, an anti-LGBT Christian organization, issued a fake nutritional label that tries (and fails) to be clever in its opposition to marriage equality. This is not the first written disaster from the organization.