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.
Speaking at the Values Voter Summit, Sandy Rios contends that LGBT activists and the media created a myth around Matthew Shepard's death.
Whether they're claiming that Hillary would be the first lesbian president or that gay rights aren't civil rights because black people didn't have Ellen DeGeneres, these are the highlights of the latest right-wing hysteria.
The leader of the hate group Family Research Council is steamed over the Minnesota-based baking goods company's support for marriage equality.
Although Voice of the Voiceless cancelled its scheduled ex-gay pride month, it declared September as national ex-gay awareness month.
Greg Quinlan makes some contradictory assertions in his fury over recent pro-gay Supreme Court rulings.