Don't bother asking Governor Mike Pence if Indiana's new law lets businesses discriminate against LGBT people.
The tech company was ready to break ground on a new project but just pulled its plans.
Indiana's only the beginning: bills to deny services to LGBTs have appeared in two dozen states under the guise of 'religious freedom.'
A century ago, politicians claimed that 'religious freedom' required legal racial segregation. Today, they're making the same claim against LGBTs.
“To be honest, I expected this, but I didn’t expect so many so soon,” director Parvez Sharma said. “I totally planted my resolve. I have to do this. I have to do this because of this [hate].”
'Let the Lord take care of it because there isn't a whole lot else you can do,' says the antigay televangelist.
The American Family Association takes out a full-page ad in The Washington Post to oppose marriage equality — and it's illustrated with a painting by gay artist Michelangelo.
Bob Jones III, chancellor of Bob Jones University, apologized for the 1980 statement in response to a petition by LGBT students and alumni.