In a recent interview on Huffington Post Live, Bishop T.D. Jakes expressed his views and believes that the LGBT community and black church will be able to coexist peacefully.
Chad Pitt from MIX 96-5 discusses the upcoming Rainbow on the Green event with the President of Discovery Green: Barry Mandel. Rainbow on the Green returns Friday, June 12, 2015! This year’s lineup features Derrick Barry as Lady Gaga and Britney Spears, one of RuPaul’s Drag Race top 5 contestants, Coco Montrese, a live performance from international best-selling recording artist Reina, and Grammy nominated Marie-Claire “Amber” Cremers will dance on the Anheuser-Busch stage.
“Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson calls criticism of his comments about homosexuality part of a “spiritual warfare.”
Gay and lesbian groups say they were offended by Robertson’s anti-gay remarks in a magazine interview.
NBA Hall of Famer Bill Russell said Wednesday that gay athletes’ current fight for equality and acceptance reminds him of some of the same struggles black athletes faced in the 1960s.
Okla. Bill That Allows Business Owners To Refuse Service To Gays Over Religious Beliefs To Be Rewritten
An Oklahoma bill that would allow business owners with strongly held religious beliefs to refuse service to gays will be rewritten and likely won’t be considered in its current form this legislative session, the measure’s House author said Tuesday.
Lauren Beth Czekala-Chatham wants to force Mississippi, one of the America’s most conservative states, to recognize her same-sex marriage. She hopes to do so by getting a divorce.
The sheriff of Houston’s Harris County has adopted a sweeping policy designed to protect and guarantee equal treatment of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender inmates, including allowing transgender individuals to be housed based on the gender they identify with instead of their biological sex.
San Antonio’s leaders on Thursday approved anti-bias protections for gay and transgender residents, despite the disapproval of top Texas Republicans and religious conservatives who packed a City Council hearing and occasionally shamed supporters for comparing the issue to the civil rights movement.
Before they were college basketball stars and the future of the WNBA, Brittney Griner, Skylar Diggins and Elena Delle Donne had something else in common: They were all bullied when they were kids.