President Joe Biden‘s administration affirmed its support for the transgender community, issuing a proclamation commemorating today, which happens to be Transgender Day of Visibility. President Biden called upon “all Americans to join in the fight for full equality for all transgender people.”
Donald Trump says he can accept the Supreme Court’s decision on LGBT rights, despite conservative outrage. The President did not criticize the move, as some believed he would.
The court ruled 6 to 3 that LGBT people enjoyed protections under Title VII of the Civil Rights act – meaning they cannot be fired simply for being LGBT. Trump-appointee Neil Gorsuch sided with the majority.
When Niki Haley voted no on a UN resolution to ban the death penalty for apostasy, adultery, blasphemy and same sex relations, she was exposed to be as incompetent as her boss. Worse, Haley told the world we aren’t the champions of human rights we used to be.
If intolerant white males have the right to respond violently solely on account of your appearance, you don't really have any rights at all.
Trump needs to make clear “'activists' within the State Department promoting" pro-LGBT policies "will be ferreted out and will be replaced"
There have been more criminal charges filed against Paxton than there have been cases, zero in fact, of transgender people entering restrooms to commit assaults.
"The only solution to the current situation is for Texas to threaten to secede. Then Washington will start cleaning up its act."
"It’s the strongest means I have for raising my voice in opposition to those who won't recognize the human rights of all of our citizens."
Apparently, 5 days in jail did little more than embolden the newly crowned martyr to thumb her nose at Judge Bunning's condition of release
Senator Cruz accuses the media of being obsessed with sex because they asked him questions about where he stands on LGBT issues.
In a pointed response to the discrimination brought about by Indiana's so-called "Religious Freedom" law, House Democrats announced a resolution to protect the civil rights of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community on the federal level.
On Monday, the state of Alabama began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. A defiant Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice, Roy Moore, demanded that probate judges refuse to grant the licenses, but was unsuccessful.
It's time for the Supreme Court to officially recognize that marriage equality triumphed over homophobia.
Republicans and conservatives gathered in Utah to issue a call for an uprising against same-sex marriage.
The south is becoming more and more socially progressive, which is leading to an educated populace that should no longer be stereotyped.
Justices must acknowledge the prohibition on same-sex marriage, and homosexuality in general, has no other foundational basis than it is prohibited adherents of the Christian religion.
Score one for equality, today a New York court ruled that DOMA unconstitutionally discriminates against married same-sex couples.
Republicans are supporting government that dictates to Americans who they can love, when women have children, and giving employers and clergy rights of making healthcare decisions.
The opposition to gay marriage is based solely in religious dogmata, and by legislating against same-sex marriage, Republicans are sanctioning unconstitutional church-based discrimination laws.
The Prop 8 ruling was a victory for the gay community, but it was a bigger victory for equality and the Founding Fathers’ belief that the Constitution is a higher power than the Christian bible.