The couple who refused to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding and were fined for discrimination find humor in their defiance of civil rights.
Like other such proposals, it would let businesses or individuals get away with turning away LGBT people by citing religious objections.
'The Lord picks the unlikely source to convey the message,' the antigay clerk claims in a new AP interview.
A Catholic cardinal's antigay comments about the gay U.S. ambassador to the Dominican Republic, Wally Brewster, only goes to prove why it matters that LGBT diplomats live openly, says the U.S. State Department.
Despite the anti-LGBT hate spouted by right-wing self-proclaimed Christians, this holiday-loving guy believes the reason for the season makes room for queer people too.
Those cheerful bell ringers who stand on sidewalks collecting cash and change in their kettles — are they and their 'army' secretly working against LGBT people?