The NFL is taking a stand against Georgia’s“religious liberty” bill that discriminates against the LGBTQ community. If the legislations is approved by Georgia governor Nathan Deal, Atlanta’s chance to host the Super Bowl might be in jeopardy.
Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who was jailed last week for breaking the law by refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, has magically turned into some sort of martyr for whom, many people may refer to as the Bible-thumping crowd.
Kim Davis the Kentucky clerk who refuses to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couple, despite the Supreme Court saying it’s her job to, is going to jail.
The Supreme Court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriages naturally didn’t come without opposition. Perhaps the biggest challenger publicized was out-of-touch Justice Clarence Thomas, who, as a Black man, had the gall to make a slavery analogy after he disagreed with the ruling.
Count Donnie McClurkin as one of the people upset that the Supreme Court of the United States had the nerve to legalize gay marriage. Apparently the minister and gospel singer, who used to be gay but was allegedly “delivert,” isn’t here for man and man or woman and woman getting married.
An anti-gay marriage measure taken by a former Judge Advocate has lawmakers up-in-arms and shaking their head with disgust. Chris Sevier says he’s out to represent the “other minority sexual orientation groups” and feels he should be able to marry his Apple computer filled with porn because, Florida.
Yoruba Richen has taken on what would be an ambitious task for any filmmaker by turning her lens on examining the presence of homophobia in the Black community and marriage equality. Her latest documentary, The New Black, opened Wednesday (February 12) at the Film Forum in New York, and she spoke at length about what […]
A scientist in Nigeria has come up with the zany theory that gay marriage is wrong via an experiment using magnets and other methods. Chibuihem Amalaha, a graduate student of chemical engineering at the University of Lagos, claims that same-sex unions can be disproved scientifically and has the academic support of his university.
Although the recent upswing in solidarity surrounding the marriage equality debate in the Supreme Court has been mostly positive, a woman in Harlem is strongly against it. A coffee shop owner lost a customer after the owner drew a pink Human Rights Campaign logo on an erasable board. The customer later aired her disdain on social […]
If you’ve been on Facebook this week, then you’ve noticed celebrities and regular folks changing their profile photos to red Human Rights Campaign (HRC) logos in support of marriage equality. Upping the ante a bit, singer Beyoncé Knowles took to Instagram to show who side she’s on.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker has apparently come a long way in his acceptance of the gay community. Back in 1992, Booker wrote an opinion piece published by The Stanford Daily, and was open and honest about his feelings.