Op-ed: Religiously Backed or Not, 'Conversion' Therapy Is Child Abuse

Op-ed: Religiously Backed or Not, This Therapy Is Abuse

A progressive rabbi says faith leaders promoting 'reparative' therapy are dangerously distorting religious freedom.

More of You Could Be Fired for Getting Married

More of You Could Be Fired for Getting Married

Necessary But Dangerous: If the Supreme Court rules in our favor, not all of the effects will be positive. The Advocate explores those possibilities in a special series.

Op-ed: New Jersey's Most Antigay Teacher Shouldn't Have Her Job

Op-ed: New Jersey's Most Antigay Teacher Shouldn't Have a Job

Scott Lyons lived through Patricia Jannuzzi, Immaculata High School's notoriously homophobic teacher, and he doesn't want one more LGBT student to endure the same lesson.

Bobby Jindal: Louisiana's Antigay Marriage Bill Isn't About Discrimination

Bobby Jindal: My Antigay Marriage Bill Isn't Discriminatory

The Louisiana governor claims the bill won't really allow discrimination against same-sex couples, but opponents say it will do just that.

World Goes Bonkers On Antigay Michigan Repairman

World Goes Bonkers On Antigay Michigan Repairman

After proudly declaring he won't serve gay people, Brian Klawiter's past gets dug up.

Gay Jesuit: Catholic Church Must Discover 'Tender Compassion' for All

Gay Jesuit: Catholic Church Must Discover 'Tender Compassion' for All

A candidate for the priesthood openly discusses being gay in a column published today, but points out that he is more than his sexual orientation.

Day of Silence Protested With Antigay Day of Dialogue

Hate Group Launches Antigay Day of Dialogue

The anti-LGBT group Focus on the Family organized the event in response to GLSEN's 'sexual activism in classrooms.'

Bobby Jindal Wants to Give Louisiana a 'License to Discriminate' on Marriage

Bobby Jindal Wants to Give La. 'License to Discriminate'

The legislation is broader than measures caused outcry in other states, but Jindal says passing it is one of his priorities.

POLL: Hoosiers Reject Business Discrimination, As Indiana Spends Millions on Damage Control

POLL: Indiana Gov. Learns the High Cost of 'License to Discriminate'

The state hires a prominent PR firm to help rebuild its image, while a poll finds most residents don't approve of faith-based antigay discrimination.

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