If this question were any more loaded, we’d have to take away its car keys.
Christian privilege meets Orwell.
Why does religion engender sympathy for what would, in a secular context, be considered odious?
The “gay rights vs. religious freedom” juxtaposition is misdirected and harmful.
The campaign should be instructive for what the LGBT community will face in future battles.
Yet another masterful takedown from gay America’s favorite straight guy.
The EEOC ruled this summer that anti-gay hiring discrimination is already illegal. Will higher courts agree?
He knows he’s on the wrong side of the issue, but he doesn’t want to reverse himself completely.
The Religious Freedom Restoration Act was never intended to grant sweeping licenses to discriminate.
Religious worries over religious liberty are really just Christian worries over their receding hegemony.
The Equality Act would grant anti-discrimination protections to the LGBT community across seven categories.
LGBT equality hasn’t been, isn’t and never will be a “states’ rights” issue.
The ruling currently only applies to federal workers, but that could soon change.