Michigan Rep. Gary Glenn seems to think a gay journalist can't report the news objectively.
The initiative, which calls for shooting of 'sodomites,' has little chance of making the ballot, but the law allows its sponsor to try anyway.
Aaron Schock's rise and fall shows that even gay people still cling to gay stereotypes.
The bill may be on a fast track to passage, but some influential voices are registering their objections.
Oregon, Iowa, and Colorado have all seen one legislative chamber approve such a bill; the chance of further progress appears best in Oregon.
Opponents call the bills a 'license to discriminate' and say they prioritize an adoption agency's beliefs over the best interests of the child seeking a home.
Wednesday night's episode of The Daily Show proves that nothing, especially Aaron Schock's excessive spending habits, gets past Jon Stewart.
This year's legislative session was marked by lawmakers' attempts at discrimination, but none of these bills became law.
With marriage equality resolution approaching, let's turn our eyes to how public attitudes fueling antitrans 'bathroom bills' have serious implications for all LGBT people.