In this excerpt from Leah Lax's acclaimed memoir, Uncovered, the writer discovers her true desire — one that will eventually lead her to come out and break with her religion.
The bill, which creates special protections for faith-based objections to marriage equality, now goes on to the House for consideration.
Gov. Jay Nixon is not pleased that lawmakers in his state spent an entire week debating a constitutional amendment that would protect individuals and businesses that oppose marriage equality.
Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, who has been controversial as the Vatican's ambassador to the U.S., is on his way out, sources say.
If the proposal passes the Republican-controlled House, Missouri voters will be asked to amend the state constitution to allow businesses and individuals to refuse service to same-sex couples.
It’s not all antigay fire and brimstone among the regular folks who make up the religious right — but even the tolerant can’t seem to detach from 'love the sinner, hate the sin.'