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The Texas Republican Party now endorses so-called “reparative therapy” for gays, under a new platform given final approval.
Phil Robertson, star of the popular “Duck Dynasty” television show, defended his controversial comments on homosexuality, giving a church sermon in which he ridiculed media coverage and others “blurring” the lines between “sinners” and homosexuals.
The Houston City Council has delayed a vote on a proposed ordinance to extend a city ban on discrimination to protect gay, lesbian and transgender citizens.
Chatting in the living room one night, Ron Orr gave his 15-year-old son Andrew a choice: He could stick with the Boy Scouts of America and his mission to become an Eagle Scout, or he could join Trail Life USA — the new Christian-based alternative that excludes openly gay boys.
Cyd Zeigler of Outmagazine.com joins Sean and Rich. We talk about Michael Sam coming out as the first openly football player.
Bucky Brooks joined MaD Radio to talk about who he thinks the best player in the draft is, who the Texans should take and what Matt Schaub may do to impact that.
Two same-sex couples are challenging Texas’ constitutional ban on gay marriage in a San Antonio federal court.
For Mitch Anderson, his salutatorian speech was as good a time as any to tell everyone that he was gay.
The Boy Scouts of America will convene a two-day meeting of 1,400 local leaders to consider changing its long-standing ban openly gay boys belonging to the scouting movement.