Sunnivie Brydum, news director for Advocate.com, weighs in on the U.S. response to Uganda's 'jail the gays' law on Pivot's TakePart Live.
On Melissa Harris-Perry, MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capehart reads an open letter to Franklin Graham, deeming his support of Vladimir Putin "breathtakingly offensive."
Fred Phelps and company set out to make the world hate LGBT people but achieved the opposite.
The newspaper was apparently way ahead of this trend, deciding back in 1987 not to use "homosexual" in place of gay or lesbian.
The antigay group says the snack brand’s inclusion of gay families attempts to ‘normalize sin.’
Gay statistician and politics guru Nate Silver drew fire this week for hiring a polarizing science writer, Roger Pielke Jr., for Silver's newly launched website.
He's dedicated to bringing data-driven journalism to the forefront
An editorial slide show that ran in Sunday's New York Times declares, perhaps prematurely, that the LGBT boycott of Barilla pasta has ended.
Laura Ingraham calls it a 'totalitarian' act, while other conservatives also denounce Guinness's move, which was motivated by exclusion of LGBT-identified groups from the New York parade.