An ex-gay contestant on the Maltese version of the musical reality series "X Factor" has drawn backlash after he declared on the show that homosexual "love" is "sin" and that he left the lifestyle after he found Christ.
The McArthur's won their court appeal after it was decided that they did not discriminate against a gay man by refusing to make a SSM cake.
By an almost two-to-one vote, the National Council of Switzerland have voted on a measure to criminalize “homophobia” and “discrimination.”
A leftist student group defended Stalin’s Gulag labour camps, calling them more “compassionate” than the “western, capitalist notion of prison”.
According to a Yale survey of freshmen students, more students of the class of 2022 identify as LGBTQ than as conservatives, Protestants or Catholics.
American college students will have the option of taking classes discussing “queering childhood,” “queering the Bible” and “transgender Christs.”
Italy’s Catholic Deputy Prime Minister has ordered that the words “parent 1” and “parent 2” be deleted from online government forms that parents are required to fill and be replaced with “mother” and “father.”
Out Magazine cheered an upcoming "queergender" adaptation of Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet" set "after society has exterminated cisgender men."
The California Senate has voted to approve the nation’s broadest proposed ban on treatment for overcoming unwanted same-sex attractions.
Christine Hallquist, the new Democratic nominee for governor of Vermont and America's first major party transgender candidate, once tweeted that "radicalized Christians" are a problem that Americans currently "tolerate."