Heart of Art Gallery has announced the start of a fundraising campaign to support their relocation after a hateful attack.
A woman in Nebraska has decided she can be the spokeswoman for God and Jesus in a lawsuit against all gay people on Earth.
The Oklahoma Tax Commission has rejected an application for the personalized license plate LGBTALY (“LGBT Ally”), claiming that the term “carries a sexual connotation.”
A group of chefs that have taken issue with Mississippi’s new “religious freedom” law – set to come into effect in July – are hosting a protest dinner, which they are calling the Big Gay Mississippi Welcome Table in partnership with City Grit in Manhattan.
If you’ve ever watched Wheel of Fortune, you probably remember host Pat Sajak. Queerty estimates he’s been on the show for the last “2,348 years” or so, meaning it’s no big surprise to learn that he’s known to be politically conservative—but a recent tweet of his takes a not-so-entertaining shot at the LGBT experience.
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has broadened their contractual requirements for the Catholic school’s teachers and administrators to remove any “public support of or homosexual lifestyle” as well as public support of sexual activity outside of wedlock, abortion, IVF and couples living together outside of marriage.
Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz from Florida’s 23rd congressional district discussed the future of marriage equality during her recent interview with SiriusXM radio. The district representative took a moment to discuss various issues—including a conversation she had with her son, explaining what it means to be gay.