Effort part of growing movement to allow religious intolerance of gay people.
News 2006-04-21 Expelled gay Kentucky student will be allowed to finish school The University of the Cumberlands, a religious school in Williamsburg, Ky., will allow a student it expelled
Tyler Chase Harper (pictured), a suburban San Diego teenager who was barred from wearing a "Homosexuality Is Shameful" T-shirt to class, has lost a bid to have his high school's dress code suspended.
A week before the United Methodist Church's Judicial Council is set to meet, 75 gay ministers have outed themselves in a letter, stating that the church's "current policy of homophobia" hurts not just gay clergy but the church itself.
News 2006-04-21 St. Martin detains two in beating of American tourists, more arrests expected Two men were arrested last week in connection with a tire iron attack on two gay American tour
News 2006-04-21 Dismissing gay student may not affect Kentucky school's accreditation Dismissing a gay student may not hurt the University of the Cumberlands when it applies for accreditation for a pha
News 2006-04-20 School board chairman apologizes, sort of, for antigay slur Palm Beach County, Fla.'s school board chairman has apologized for referring to gays and lesbians as a "protected specie
News 2006-04-20 Virginia legislature to debate proposed same-sex marriage ban Gay rights advocates expect to argue Wednesday before two legislative committees in Richmond, Va., against what