In case you hadn’t heard, an app developed in France for Android smart phones has caused quite a bit of controversy over the last week.
Bloggers in Italy have published a list of ten politicians there whom they allege to be “gay but homophobic,”* promising to name clergy and others
Because Christian pastors had put his name onto a public blacklist, gay gospel singer Daniel Dyson fled the violently homophobic Uganda for the Bay Area.
Someone I know–let’s call her Mariah–is entering her senior year in high school this fall. She and her four younger siblings are being homeschooled by
[Warning: This piece is completely freaking long. I have tried to make it enjoyable. If you don't like that, read something different.] I have been
Frank Talk is the blog of Frank Neudecker, a city councilman in Jackson, Tennessee. As such, one would expect that, even if not everybody agrees
For a while now, it’s been interesting to watch as scientists have learned about the connections between physical and emotional/mental well-being, so here’s another one
The thing about wingnuts is that everything they disagree with is, in their minds, endowed with superpowers and possibly capable of bringing about the very
Peter LaBarbera is a little bit too excited about a “homophobia test” he took, in which his [self-reported] answers resulted in a score of “not
WorldNetDaily Readers Express Solidarity With Insubordinate Army Officer Who Won’t Implement DADT Repeal [UPDATED]
Comments sections at wingnut websites are always pretty funny, so I tend to question the logic of “Brian Fitzpatrick,” writing for WingNutDaily, when he chose