The vice mayor of Richmond, Calif. fields weekly verbal attacks due to her sexual orientation and race, but carries on in public service.
First Rick Wiles speculated about President Obama intentionally spreading the virus; then he said Ebola 'could solve America's problems.'
A man unabashedly calls a gay man a slur, cites Leviticus, and says he will pray for him in the parking lot of a restaurant.
Monica Jones was found guilty on prostitution charges after accepting a ride from an undercover police officer.
That statement came from one of three judges who today heard appeals in marriage equality cases from four states.
The legislators made the argument in a brief urging a federal appeals court to uphold the state's ban on same-sex marriage.
Marlo and her 6-year-old transgender daughter combine cartoons and conversation to take a serious look about what it means to become a woman.
A new documentary series called Living With the Enemy kicks off in September, featuring a right-wing minister who agrees to live with a married gay couple.
Archbishop John Nienstedt, an activist against marriage equality, is defending himself against charges that he engaged in sexual misconduct and covered up abuse by others.
Target joined an amicus brief this week supporting marriage equality in two federal lawsuits.
In the coming months, the California legislature will consider bills that take into account the changing state of modern families.